My favorite multitasking app

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I’ve been using Evernote for a few years now, but more than ever it’s become a vital tool to daily operations both in life and in work.
If you aren’t familiar, Evernote is an app that runs on your phone, desktop, or any other mobile device and automatically syncs with the other devices after you’ve made a change in a note.
For example, I can type in a few blog post ideas on my phone and when I sit down at my desktop to write them, I’ll just open up the Evernote app to get the prompt and start working. I love that I can make checklists and use different font features as well. I’m able to track my progress on a list and add to it from wherever I am.
I use Evernote for business lists, from blog post ideas to other ” to do” lists. I also keep a running grocery list open that I’ll add to throughout the week. When we are traveling, I make a checklist for each person and then print it out so I can manually check the box once I pack a certain item.
I’m sure there are a ton of features that I’m not using that would also be helpful! Do you use Evernote? Or have another note keeping app that you love?

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  1. Posted August 23, 2018

    I love Evernote! I don’t know why I stopped using it lately, though. I think iPhone’s note functions has become much better, maybe that’s the reason, haha! 🙂

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    • Julie Bokor says
      Posted August 23, 2018

      Love Evernote specifically because I am on different platforms! Syncs between my Mac at home, iPhone, and my Dell at work seamlessly.

      • Amanda S says
        Posted August 23, 2018

        I love Evernote as well! I like to use it as a recipe box for my favorite go to recipes. You can easily organize recipe categories with notebooks, and it’s great if you’re at the store and you need to check a recipe for the ingredients. And easy to share favorite recipes with friends and family!

    • Kassy says
      Posted August 24, 2018

      I’ll have to try Evernote That sounds awesome! I’ve been using Microsoft one note for a long time because it’s free in very similar.