At the end of July Evernote and Fastpencil announced a partnership which will allow Evernote users to publish their note content to a PDF or ebook ready for distribution.
For writers using Evernote, here’s a nice idea that recently came through via the Evernote community – write yourself a letter to be read in a year’s time.
This is week 18’s post for the #52Tech series. Today I look briefly at a free webservice which lets us look at our Evernote files in a visual mind-map type environment.
This post also doubles up as an #E4W or #Evernote4Writers post.
The X post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge is not about reality television programming, nor will it immediately make you a celebrity despite your obvious talents.
These apps and services keep your tablets and browsers full of regular design or creative inspiration. Which may or may not give you some more X-Factor.
Included below is a brief #E4W or Evernote for Writers tip on creating a visual mood board format within Evernote.
This is a supplementary post to today’s #26Tech A-Z Submission and Sales Tracking Apps post.
This post falls under the #Evernote4Writers book to blog series.
Read on for how to create and maintain a submission tracking dataset within Evernote.
The S post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge discusses submission or sales tracking apps – predominantly for writing queries or submissions, but also applicable to creative needs.
The R post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge profiles the many apps and tools I use to make use of any time space in my day, and catch up with my (digital) reading.
A small portion of this post gives a tip on Evernote usage and falls under the #Evernote4Writers series.
This is a supplementary post to today’s #26Tech A-Z Quotes App post. This post falls under the #Evernote4Writers book to blog series.
Read on for a tutorial on using the free Evernote notes app for collecting inspirational quotes, book excerpts or citations.
The Q post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge profiles a couple of favourite methods and tools I use for collecting inspirational quotes. Because collecting quotes seems to be something that a lot of creatives do.
This post has a supplemental post in the book to blog series, Evernote for Writers #E4W.
The N post for #26Tech A-Z Challenge profiles a few alternative over-all note-taking apps to Evernote.