14: Evernote For Writers #1 – Page Camera

The first in our series on Evernote for Writers in which we dive deep into one feature at a time. Evernote is one of those apps that seems useful from the outside, but can sometimes feel overwhelming and overly complicated when you first try to use it. It’s easier to get past feeling overwhelmed if your entree into the program is through one key feature. So this week we’re going to talk about Page Camera, a feature in Evernote where you can snap a picture of typed or handwritten text, save it to the app, and search for words in both kinds of text later. Sounds fabulous, right? Get your pen and paper and get ready to take notes.

Duration: 16:07:00

Present: K. Tempest Bradford.


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