6 Ways To Get Data Into Evernote

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By Kevin Tea

If, like me, Evernote has become the main focus of your data storage system, then you will be looking at ways of maximising the ways that you capture all that “stuff.” The ability to be able to enter all manner of file formats into Evernote is one of its key features and the developers have gone full on to ensure that as many conduits into the app are there for you.

So, what options are available?

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Boomerang-Gmail Management Made Simple

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By Kevin Tea

If you are like me then you want to manage your email not the other way round and increasingly there are a number of excellent tools to assist with email management.  I recently discovered Mailbox for Android  which helps me prioritise my emails when away from base where I use Postbox to manage four email addresses including the inevitable Gmail account. Another GMail based tool that provides you with some extra clout in managing your inbox is Boomerang.

With Boomerang, you can write an email now and schedule it to be sent automatically at the time you decide. Just write the message as normal, then click the Send Later button. Use the calendar picker or our text box that understands language like “next Monday” to tell Boomerang when to send your message.

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PushBullet A Killer App For Data Sharing

Whether you work in an organisation or are self employed sharing information can be a right PITA!  While email infrastructure has been greatly improved it was never originally designed for sending large files which seems to be . It can also be a bit of a time consuming task addressing emails, writing an explanation, attaching … Read more

The Infinite Dropbox: Book Review

infinite dropbox I have, in the past, been critical of Dropbox. I was a confirmed SugarSync enthusiast but I have to admit that for relative newcomers to online sync-n-storage services Dropbox is one of the simplest, working as it does straight out of the, er, box, so to speak.  Given my criticism re security, referrals to the FTC, miserly 2gb of free space compared to SugarSync, Google Drive etc, why am I reviewing a book on Dropbox, a book that I actually paid for, it’s not a review copy?

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