I use Evernote for my personal notebook. Oh my God I’m obsessed. I’m addicted to my Evernote for everything.
Co-founder & CEO - inDinero
I personally use Evernote a lot. It has a great web clipper function that you can embed into your browser and allows you to save the data that you want. You can save the whole page as a note and write on it. When you scan business cards, Evernote recognizes the fields and connects you to that person automatically through LinkedIn. I can tag each note, or even geotag them, and it is really easy to search through them. When you are looking at your notes, it gives you suggestion of similar notes that you have written or it pulls up relevant articles. With the premium version, you also get storage and the ability to take a snapshot of the cards.
Co-founder & CEO - WearWorks
We are using Evernote for everything--we have the premium version. We created a separate notebook for each of our employees. It’s really good for note taking, but we cannot add a timeline for a specific task to be done.
Founder & CEO - Bonbouton
We use Evernote to share ideas and notes between each other. Small things start on Evernote and then continue as a card or board on Trello.
Co-founder & CEO - Adeva
I use Evernote for personal stuff--it is great for digitizing notes.
Founder & CEO - Glass-U
Evernote is where we keep articles and publications relevant to our field; we like the dirty tagging and the advanced search features.
Co-founder & CEO - Breeze
I use Evernote personally--it helps me manage my busy schedule.
CEO & Founder - Direct Cannabis
I recommend Evernote: it allows you to collect any kind of notes and tag them for easy referencing and consulting.
CEO - Jack Media
We use Keep. We like that you can organize your ideas into cards and share them. We also use Evernote. It is a heavyweight version of Keep.
Co-founder - LivePoll
I personally use Evernote for everything: marketing, for drafts etc. I really appreciate the search tool in Evernote. That is what makes all the difference for me.
Founder & CEO - Coach.me
Evernote is super searchable so we put everything in it.
Co-founder & CEO - Impact Health
Previously, I was using Evernote Work Chat, which works well too.
Co-founder - ElectroSpin University
I use Evernote religiously. I’ve been using it personally for a long time, and it turns out it works nicely for business purposes as well. I love Evernote’s search capabilities, and pretty much everything about Evernote. Being able to create multiple notebooks in Evernote is great, but you can only make one subset. That’s probably my biggest complaint.
Co-founder - ElectroSpin University
All of my notes are in Evernote, and I use it for my to do list as well.
Co-founder & CEO - Neurotrack
People use everything from Google Docs to the Notes app on the iPhone, but I prefer Evernote.
Founder - VentureOut
Evernote has changed my life! I started out as a writer, and always kept hardcover notebooks. But it’s impossible to find anything with notebooks; you can’t index the things your write, especially if you go back 4-5 years. In Evernote, I’ve been able to switch from indexing chronologically to indexing based on content. And I love that it’s available on my computer, smartphone, tablet, etc. If I’m on the subway and I get an idea, I can type it into Evernote, sync everything up, and then have it on every device. It has totally organized me! They should really call me to be a spokesperson for them. Their Moleskine journal is fantastic as well. They’ve made it so you have your office on your smartphone, and you really can work from anywhere.
President - Martin Waxman Communications
I’m obsessed with Evernote! I use it for everything. It makes me feel like I have work/life balance. I have all of my research and notes in Evernote, AND my recipe notebook in there. It’s my default personal project management tool. I also love the Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook. My social media and marketing manager lives in Switzerland, and we do all of our work in Evernote together.
Founder & CEO - Creative Business Inc.
Evernote falls into same category as Trello for us; some people use it, some people don’t. It makes it easy to share things with others.
VP of Product Development - RescueTime
I use Evernote for my personal organizational needs.
Head of Growth - Overlap
I’m addicted to Evernote.
Co-founder - TheSquareFoot
Evernote is where we store long-term projects and reference information, such as articles we’ve read and want to reference later. It is our library of information.
Co-founder - GoKid
Evernote is heavily integrated into Cloze, and we draw a lot of Evernote users. We integrate with all Evernote products (e.g., basic, plus, premium, business, etc.). We share notes, track features, product sets, and pretty much everything we’re working on. It’s a really simple way to do it. You can go a lot further with other platforms, but the way we operate, simplicity rules, and Evernote works really well. We use Evernote because we were already using it from the beginning. There has been no need to add another project management tool; it just becomes another place to go. But each company is different, and it really depends on how big your team is and how many layers you have. For a seed startup like ours, we don’t have tons of layers, and don’t need tons of different products.
Founder & CMO - Cloze
I put any and all documents in Evernote. It’s so easy to share everything with others on my team.
Founder & CEO - Writing It Right For You
I’ve been using Evernote since 2008. Everything goes in there. It really is a brain dump, but an organized one! You can put all of your web clippings in there from all of your devices. Ivan (my awesome full-time executive assistant) and I talk every morning at 9am and then the rest of the day, we can just put notes into Evernote and review it all at our next meeting.
Founder & CEO - Writing It Right For You
I use Evernote every day. I use it to keep track of things that I read, information that I gather, articles I see, etc. I create keywords to watch, and keep track of everything related to those keywords. Evernote is like a filter for my brain and helps me keep track of everything I come across, while also allowing me to go back and make decisions on what to read (in depth) at a later time. It’s so nice to be able to look at things, skim them,and tag them, and then go back to them at the end of my day. I recently had a terrible user experience with them, though, when I realized I didn’t use all of the Prime version’s features, and I downgraded back to the basic plan. They asked me three times why I was downgrading, and every time, I explained that I was not using the feature functions of the Prime version. They just kept asking me over and over again why I was downgrading. I almost canceled it because I was so annoyed, but I stuck with it because I really need it. “We love you guys, you don’t have to be so clingy.”
Founder & CEO - Halo Life Science
Evernote is used for saving clipped articles in one place, as well as storing miscellaneous information that is not needed for daily work, such frequent flier numbers, staff birthdays, etc.
Founder & COO - Book In A Box
When we started out, and our team was just the founders, we used Evernote a lot. We still use it like Slack, but without the chat feature. We use it for sharing important links, information, snippets and PDFs.
Co-founder - Claim It!
Evernote for sharing notes with my co-founder. If we do interviews, our notes end up there, and we can both see them. It's not good for collaboration, though. They don't have it figured out the way Google Docs does. But Google Docs feels too heavy for note-taking.
Co-founder - Cloudo
We use Evernote for internal team project management. Each team member has their own Evernote account to keep track of their projects, clients and campaigns.
Founder & CEO - Sociallybuzz
We all use it personally, and it’s a really helpful tool.
CTO, COO - Parrable
This is a great note-taking app to organize thoughts and product specs.
Founder & CEO - Framed Data
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