3.65 (33 reviews)
☑ Setup and use Evernote for Mac
☑ Fully implement the getting things workflow in Evernote
☑ Have greater control on their projects, goals, to-dos, and much more
☑ Use Evernote and have a full setup of getting things done.
☑ Do more by using Evernote to track projects & goals
☑ Use email to send notes to Evernote
Over 1000 students enrolled in this hugely popular course.
This course is about showing you how to set up Evernote using the Getting Things Done System.
I used to think of Evernote as a tool for storing reference material, documents etc. But having read Getting Things Done by David Allen and searching around for a tool to implement the GTD system I’ve found Evernote to be very useful for managing actionable items as well.
This course will show you how to configure and populate Evernote for your project lists and plans, next action lists and reference material.
For those of you who are new to Evernote this course is an excellent starting point for you to start your GTD journey. If you already use Evernote, then this course will serve as an opportunity to fine-tune or simplify your current system.
Read what some of my students think...
"Thanks Tony! Great insights and method in Evernote! Years ago I tried Evernote and abandoned it because I didn't know how to manage it. I decided to give it another try, but not without some guidelines to make it work for me. I think you just gave me those guidelines :) Thanks again!" --Stan de Wijs
"Quality basic overview of the Evernote system, good presentation (good sound quality, no typos in on screen material, explanations and examples clearly presented) - I found it worth my time~~" --Marshall Mellow
What is GTD (Getting Things Done)?
An Introduction to Getting Things Done
Setting Up Evernote
How to setup your Evernote notebooks for Getting Things Done
How To Set Up Your Notebooks
Adding Content to Your notebooks
Moving items from notebook to notebook
Creating an inbox in Evernote
Sending Items to Your Evernote Notebooks
Emailing Notes To Your Evernote Account
Adding Due Dates & Reminders In Evernote
How To Add Due Dates and Reminders
Adding A Completed Items Notebook To Evernote
Managing Email & Evernote Together
Managing Email & Evernote Together
Getting Your Inbox To Zero
What Goes Into Your Calendar
How To Setup A Reference System in Evernote
How To Create a Filing Cabinet
Your Weekly Review
How To Do a Weekly Review of Your System
Could go a little further explaining the GTD method, but the instructor clearly knows his method and Evernote well
The description of the course was misleading. This course is more designed for how to use Evernote to facilitate the Getting Things Done book. This was not very helpful for anyone looking to expand upon using Evernote beyond a novice level.
Quality basic overview of the Evernote system, good presentation (good sound quality, no typos in on screen material, explanations and examples clearly presented) - I found it worth my time~~
Thanks Tony! Great insights and method in Evernote! Years ago I tried Evernote and abandoned it because I didn't know how to manage it. I decided to give it another try, but not without some guidelines to make it work for me. I think you just gave me those guidelines :) Thanks again!
Clearly Tony is a huge Evernote fan and uses it to the max. I have been using Evernote for a long while as my knowledge safe and using it to run all your activities using the detailed method suggested by Tony, is a great idea. I doubt this can be done effectively with the free Evernote account but there are some great tips here. One small request - it could be nice if list of suggested notebooks and top tips would be added in a document. Many Thanks! Sam
Great course about using Evernote to get more organized. This certainly is helpful for me. I've already set up my notebooks and will begin organizing.
Well explained for an avid Evernote user especially for the GTD follower. I don't find the reminder/due date function to be that great inside of Evernote, but willing to give it another try after doing this course.