This is an index and explanation to those posts.
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|Journaling with Evernote||Step by step on how to create and use a simple in-app diary notebook within Evernote, and a rundown of some of the best third party device apps which integrate with Evernote.|
|Using Evernote for a Quote, Excerpt or Citation Collection||Step by step on setup and collecting quotes or citations into Evernote.|
|Using Evernote to Keep Track of Writing or Creative Submissions||Step by step and walkthrough of linked notes and reminders in Evernote.|
|Mohiomap your Evernote||Review of a web-based mindmapping app which takes your Evernote or Dropbox files/notes, and maps them out in a virtual diagram.|
|Evernote Webclippings||Walkthrough of the many options to clip your research data into Evernote, from desktop browsers, Clearly, and mobile/tablet browsers. And third party apps.|
|Reading Offline with Evernote||Part of a post on apps for reading web articles and everything else offline, this features how you can use Evernote for reading PDFs offline.|
|Note-taking Apps and Alternatives to Evernote||A review and compare of the features of Evernote, OneNote and several others.|
|Write Yourself a Time-Capsule Letter in Evernote||Send yourself an inspiring letter from the past, using Evernote’s reminder function.|
|10 Tips to be more Productive Using Evernote||Part of a three week Productivity series, this post also includes a freebie PDF to download, Top 10 Power User Hacks – Writers using Evernote|