It seems like only seven months ago that Brett Kelly released Version 3 of Evernote Essentials. Oh wait, it was.
I don’t know when that man has time to see his family because I just received word that Evernote Essentials Version 4 is out this morning. If you’ve purchased one of the earlier versions, you will probably hearing about how to get the new copy soon.
For those unfamiliar, Evernote Essentials is a great guide for getting started with Evernote. In fact, every time I read through a new version I pick up a new tip that I either didn’t know, or had forgotten about (I am 40 now after all).
From reading through this new version, here are a few new sections:
- Evernote Reminders
- Evernote Business
- Evernote security (very timely and reasonable discussion)
As usual there are some clever tricks, including one for creating a “table of contents” note for a given notebook and have it stick at the top. I also like some of the tips around searching. As I was reading the new version, I learned that you can search for just your handwritten notes. I had no idea.
The first version of Evernote Essentials came out in 2010, and you can read my original review if you’d like. To this day, I believe it is the definitive guide for getting going with Evernote, and highly recommend that you check Evernote Essentials out.
One nice thing with this release: there is an introductory price of $14.99, which is $15 off the regular price of $29. It is also available on the iBookstore for the first time, if you prefer to go that way.
If you buy through that link, you’ll be buying me a torta. Thanks! ↩