38 Responses to Evernote Review: Online note taking software Pc and Mobile

  1. Mark - Productivity501 says:

    Have you ever played around with DevonTHINK? If so how do you think the two programs compare?

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  8. Lauren says:

    Hi Michael,

    I found this older post when I came to your blog this morning… I’m Lauren from Springpad. Since I saw that you had posted about your experience using Evernote, I thought I’d let you know about Springpad which is similar to Evernote in that you can upload any notes or clip websites and access all your stuff online or on your phone. But, we take it a step further by putting all the info you store to work for you in our free apps. For example, you can save recipes from any website and then have them all neatly organized in your recipe box and then use our free meal planner app to create a dinner plan and a complete list of ingredients. You can also keep track of all your wine notes , keep a list of restaurants you want to try or easily store all your travel plans like confirmation numbers, maps, places to go, etc. You can also set alarms to send emails or text reminders. Other great apps include a budget tracker, a meeting notebook, a holiday gift planner, a date night planner, and other useful tools to help people get organized. Would love to get your feedback or do a demo for you!

    • Michael Fletcher says:

      I’ve signed up and am going have a look around for a week like I did with Evernote. (love the GTD app)Looks interesting at the moment though I have a few big concerns. I suspect just at face value I may do a review on Springpad as it’s is strong where Evernote is weak.

      • Lauren says:

        Thanks for signing up, Michael! Please let me know if you have any questions about Springpad–I’m here to help. We’re looking for as much feedback to help the product grow, so we’d love to see what you thought in a review as well.

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  14. [...] Goal and Objective tracking in Evernote Pt. 2 – Capture January 11, 2010 By Michael Fletcher Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. In my previous post on Collection for tracking your goals in Evernote, I started bringing together all my clutter and also setting up the bare bones of a Getting things done (GTD) system to organize and review your goals in Evernote. In today’s post we’re going to look at the best ways to capture all the information you’re going to be using into Evernote. [...]

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  17. Paul says:

    Looks really good! I’ve never tried Devonthink either so I was wondering if you’d given it a go and could report on the similarities/differences?

    Thanks!
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    • Michael Fletcher says:

      After many many months I still haven’t gotten around to trying Devonthink out :( I am busy trying two other alternatives to evernote out right now and will be sharing my thoughts on them soon.

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  26. mike012003 says:

    I recently started using Evernote and its “free” storage space is severely limited. I have over 4000 pics on my iphone and have used only half the iphone capacity. I uploaded 166 pics from the iphone to Evernote, used 99% of Evernote upload capacity and recieved a warning notice that Evernote utilization would be restricted until the next cycle. From a practical standpoint Evernotes data restriction allows only 2% utilization of my iphones capacity per month. With this strict data limitation, it is more functional to use my iphone, ipad, and laptops and “Forget Evernote”.

    • Michael Fletcher says:

      Evernote, and certainly not the free version, is not meant as a back up service. It’s primary function is to capture and organize notes and reminders. For capturing and processing notes 40Mbs a month should be sufficient for most people. The only time ran out of space was when I did a large GTD purge of my home office.

      Simple solutions would be to either upgrade to Evernote Premium or use a free document storage solution with higher capacity like Google documents or Picasa

  27. Emma says:

    It is actually really good idea to use your notes online. So you can access them from anywhere. It is bad that it has some limitations.

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  33. Michael Fletcher says:

    I haven’t actually had a look at Devonthink popped around the website and am now officially curious with a capital C. I’ll be having a look at a couple of note taking solutions this week and looking at doing a head to head post in a week or so thanks for input. As an avid follower of your blog I must say I was very pleasantly surprised you took the time to comment on my humble start-up. Live long and prosper.

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