- Evernote site/computer download <http://www.evernote.com>
- Evernote Mobile <http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/evernote/id281796108?mt=8>
- Getting Started Guide <http://www.evernote.com/about/getting_started/>
- Mac Guide:EvernoteForMac-UserGuide.pdf
- Windows Guide:EvernoteForWindows-UserGuide.pdf
- YouTube Resources:<http://www.youtube.com/user/EvernoteAndrew#p/u/0/LNE0R3rEe5Q>
While Evernote is immensely useful as a desktop note-taking application, its true power lies in its ability to synchronize your notes to the Evernote on the Web. This allows you to create and find your memories on virtually any computer, web browser or mobile phone.
This means that you can clip a cornbread recipe from the web on your Mac, read it on your iPhone when you're at the grocery store buying the ingredients and look it up from your friend's Windows PC when you're at his house preparing to bake the cornbread. Evernote on the Web is constantly updating all of your computers and devices with the latest versions of your notes, so you'll always have the right information, wherever you are.
All of the Evernote applications are in regular contact with Evernote on the Web. Whenever a new note is created or edited on any of your Evernote-capable devices, the note is uploaded to the Evernote on the Web where all of your other devices will download it the next time they sync.
Safari Web Clipper
The Safari Web Clipper installs automatically when Evernote for OS X is installed (unless you installed Evernote from the Mac App Store, in which case you'll need to install it by clicking the option in the Clipping section of the Evernote preferences).
There are three ways in which content can be clipped from a web page using the Safari clipper:
1. Click the elephant button in your toolbar without highlighting any part of the web page you're currently viewing. This will clip the entire page.
2. Click the elephant button after having highlighted a portion of the web page. This will clip only the selected content.
3. Hold the Shift key while you click the elephant button. This will create a PDF of the current web page. This can be useful if you're interested in maintaining the formatting of the page, but hyperlinks and other clickable elements will no longer respond to mouse clicks. If you want to be able to visit links within a clipped page, you'll need to use one of the first two clipping options listed above. All of the above actions will clip the relevant content into a new note whose title will be the title of the web page being clipped.