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About This Blog Entry: A quick thanks to university student, GIS expert (as far as I'm concerned), and this week's Around the Corner guest blogger, Aida Guhlin (@arguhlin), for sharing her insights into Evernote. Aida Guhlin publishes regularly at The Prospect and WannabeScientist.Full Title: The Search for the College Document: Prevent the Mental Breakdown and Uncontrollable Sobbing
Note: This blog entry composed 100% in Evernote and originally published with Postach.io at http://mguhlin.postach.io“How can I quickly collect and organize my walkthroughs? I don’t want to carry another piece of paper," asked a campus administrator. “I want to go digital, just use my smartphone to collect data, not necessarily make a report about it. I use it for coaching conversations." If you are in the same boat as this campus administrator, then consider using Evernote’s Checklist feature.
STOP! PREPARING TO USE DIGITAL ADMINISTRATOR CHECKLISTS
Before going further, go get a free Evernote account. If you are on Mac or Windows, you may want to install the Evernote program on your computer. Or, consider an Evernote Premium account.
Looking for more ways to use Evernote? Check out my 28 Tips to Turbo-Charge Your Leadership article.How To Get Started?
Tutorial: Here’s a quick illustrated step-by-step of the process you can follow to save the ENEX file I’ve made for you and then import it into Evernote. Want to try some more? Stephen Millard (Thought Asylum) includes some ENEX files you can also import into Evernote online at his blog.
Note: Unfortunately, if you are just using the web version of Evernote, you will NOT be able to import the ENEX file. If you do import it with your Mac or Windows Evernote client, it will be accessible via the Web, though.Here are some resources that you may find helpful. Again, remember, making checklists is fairly easy. Resources:
Note: You can only create ENEX files on Mac or Windows version of Evernote, not the Evernote Web version.To accomplish export a notebook, right-click on the Notebook and choose export: (this is the Mac version of Evernote)