How To Automate Evernote

How To Automate EvernoteA few weeks ago, a gentleman named Kosio Angelov contacted me about a new book he has released that takes you through how to “automate Evernote, save boat loads of time, and make your life easier and more organized”.

Nothing like a modest claim. On the flight down to Macworld I finally had to read it on my iPad, and it is quite good. Kosio’s book is called How To Automate Evernote.[1]

It is a quick read (76 pages) without a bunch of filler. I like how it is broken down between universal tips, Mac tips, and Windows tips. That way you don’t need to waste your time with tips that don’t apply to you.

If you are a super Evernote power user already, there are a lot of things you will be familiar with, but my test for these types of books is “did I learn something new?”

I’m happy to learn that I did pick up some ideas that I hadn’t thought of doing before. There’s some clever stuff in there, especially around calendars and import folders.

You can learn much more about How To Automate Evernote on Kosio’s site. It’s $7, so whether that is worth it to you depends on how much you want to supercharge Evernote.


  1. That’s a referral link by the the way. If you pick up the book you’ll be buying me a coffee so thank you.  ↩

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6 Responses to “How To Automate Evernote”

  1. Kevin April 11, 2014 at 2:08 pm #

    I just downloaded How to Automate Evernote on my iPad but cannot find where it downloaded? Any ideas? I downloaded from Zite.

    • BrooksD April 11, 2014 at 3:48 pm #

      Hmm. Not sure what would happen to the document if you downloaded it through Zite. I don’t have that app. But reach out to the author through http://blog.highperformancelifestyle.net/ (if you don’t already have his email) and I’m sure he’ll get you sorted out. Let me know if you can’t get it.

  2. Ruthanne April 16, 2014 at 3:05 pm #

    I just downloaded this – some great tips. However, I am not a Google Apps user (I am on MS Office/Exchange for Email and calendar) so the lion’s share of the tips weren’t of any relevance to me. I would suggest that some sort of descriptive that this is most useful for Google Apps/Gmail/Google Calendar users.

    But otherwise good stuff

    • BrooksD April 16, 2014 at 4:32 pm #

      Thanks Ruthanne, I’ll pass that on to the author.

    • Greg May 4, 2014 at 7:29 am #

      Thanks for the tip Ruthanne – like you I don’t use Google Apps so you have helped me out here! Sorry you had to find out the hard way.

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