16: Evernote for Writers #3 – Organizing Evernote

Most writers use Evernote to collect research material, be it web information or data from books and journals. But having all your research in one place won’t help much if you can’t find the specific information you’re looking for because your Evernote is a tangled mess. That’s why I’m tackling organization first. In this episode I break down the ways Evernote gives you to organize as well as some strategies for how I and others have made it work for us.

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