Airmail is a great email client, but my favorite reasons are not what get the mentions in the blogs. In fact, two simple features make it an indispensable part of my daily productivity. Check out how Airmail makes productivity with Evernote supper easy and effective.
They said, “It can’t be done.” Well, here it is! Follow this recipe to automatically create complex notes with reminders set to a specific time at whatever frequency you need to remember to get your work done.
Back in “The Dream” post, I talked about how important it is to have Evernote reminders sync to a calendar that enables my day to be “drag and drop” for easy scheduling and flexibility. I had a friend come back to Evernote recently, but they couldn’t figure out how I made that connection happen. Let’s connect our Evernote reminders to our Google calendar using Cronofy.
We all get enough email. Too much email. WAY too much email. It’s hard to keep up. Keep checking for blog posts to help you to deal with your inbox in effective ways, but today, here’s a helpful way to get the emails you actually want out of your way and into Evernote where you can manage and even schedule them for when you have time to actually do the things you want to do. Assuming important emails are included in the list of things you want to do, let’s get started!
Evernote works because it’s always with me. I can capture whatever I need to remember no matter where I am. Here are some ideas for capturing those gold you can’t afford to forget from everywhere and saving into Evernote.
This is a snapshot of my week managed by Evernote. Wondering why you don’t have this view? Read on to learn how a simple email or memo ends up filling a time slot in my day.