Wonder how you could use OneNote? This is a marvellous guide to using Microsoft’s OneNote for keeping your research discoveries organized and annotated whatever the media type. See How to Use OneNote Like a World Famous Scientist – by Rob Nightengale, Make Use Of (Mar 9)
If you’ve been using Evernote a lot to capture and save content, you’ll need to quick ways to search. This article shows how to use the advanced search operators.
How to find anything in Evernote: 6 advanced search tips, by Alex Castle, PCWorld (Jul 14)
Instead, hone in on what you’re looking for using Evernote’s advanced search operators. These modifiers let you find notes based on where or when they were created, which notebook they’re filed in, or even what type of media they contain. Here are the most useful operators for narrowing your searches.
Microsoft OneNote has a lot of power as we see from this article.
5 Ways To Get Productive With Microsoft OneNote by Ryan Dube, Make Use Of (July 14)
Tips on access, saving, linking, clipping, and even recording (audio or video) with OneNote. Can also save items to OneNote using IFTTT triggers.
Google has added strong tools to Google + for online photo editing. Stephen Shankland describes them as sophisticated and responsive. Tools are only available through Chrome. I wonder what this will mean for Picasa?
Google+ gets sophisticated array of photo editing tools by Stephen Shankland, CNet (Sep 12)
The new tools open up a wide range of fine-tuning possibilities for the sort of person who might use consumer photo-editing tools like iPhoto or Photoshop Elements. You can tweak Google’s auto-enhance editing choices, edit the entire photo or selected parts of it, and apply a number of highly customizable filter effects.
From Mashable – The Beginner’s Guide to Evernote (Aug).
Evernote has been with us for 5 years – and getting better with each new release. Use it on the desktop, laptop, and mobile.
Daniel Russell has a sobering piece of advice — Be prepared: What will happen to your content when you die? that describes use of the Google’s inactive account manager.
If you’re using Google Drive, check this out – Free Google Drive tools you’re not using (but should be) in PCWorkd (June 6)
Windows 8.1 will enjoy a Bing search engine as part of the operating system – it will search the PC, the Web, and the user’s personal cloud.
Bing “Re-Imagined” For Windows 8.1: More Beautiful, Comprehensive And Integrated, Greg Sterling, Search Engine Land (May 30)
There’s no end to ideas on ways to use Evernote, the all purpose note taker and clipper. These tools and suggestions will be especially helpful for people on mobile devices. Take pictures, record audio, convert audio to text, draw with SKitch and save to Evernote. MakeUseOf has the guide – 7 Tools to Improve the Way You Use Evernote (May 23)