Category Archives: Evernote & One Note

Evernote, by Phil Isherwood – Webinar

This interesting webinar on Evernote, by Phil Isherwood, may provide help for those who struggle with organising their research … which I suspect may be many of us! Phil has worked in the software industry for 30 years and has … Continue reading

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A-Z Challenge 2019 – N is for Notes

Whatever research you are working on, whether that be a school or college project, a genealogical one or a more specific genealogical project such as a One-Name or One-Place study you are going to take notes. Notes are only as … Continue reading

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Evernote & OneNote – Decisions, Decisions!

Readers of this blog may remember that I moved the majority of my material from One Note to Evernote a few years ago, whilst keeping an archive within OneNote.  At the time I loved the interface of Evernote and did … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip ~ Microsoft OneNote

Last September I wrote this post, Embracing One Note. I formally declared that I thought I was in love! I loved the feel and workability of the software. I loved the flow of updating between iPad, iPhone and laptop. Then … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip – Embracing OneNote

At a risk of sounding ridiculous, I think I am in love…..well I am married, but sadly my other half is not the purpose or content of this post, OneNote is. Until I purchased my new laptop a couple of … Continue reading

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