Evernote is a dream come true for information hoarders like myself. In a snap, I can bring text, screenshots, photos, and files into Evernote, annotate them, and combine them into notes.
To fit different style of working, Evernote provides abundant tool options to choose from. On my phone, I use their iOS app and sharing extension. On my tablet, I use their Android app. On my Mac, I mostly use their native app and sometime their web UI. I also use the Evernote Helper that shows up in the Mac menu bar and the Evernote Web Clipper in the web browser. That covers all of my workflows nicely.
Chances are, you’ve heard the phrase “We need to be more innovative!” or even uttered it yourself, at some point in your career. The problem is, we can’t just decide to be more innovative and expect it to happen magically. If we could, I’d be in my flying car right now! But there are some simple things we can do to give ourselves a better chance at coming up with great new ideas.
Ok, that may be a slight exaggeration. I’ll concede that Mark Korir (and many others), crossed the finish line ahead of Krumplr and me this past April 12th. But for me, Krumplr was the real winner.
Phase 1 of our Evernote integration was our Christmas gift to you. It allowed you to easily turn any Evernote into a to-do. Earlier this week, we made “Phase 2: Evernote Lists”, available to all of you.
Evernote Lists automatically search the private notebooks in your connected Evernote account and show all of the notes that match their configuration (if you’re already using Gmail Lists that should sound pretty familiar). Check out this short video to see them in action:
Earlier this week, we released phase 1 of our Evernote integration. Connect your Evernote account to Krumplr, and you can now add Evernote notes to your lists. Perfect for those notes that need followup or that are really just detailed to-dos.
With the addition of this integration, Krumplr now allows you to bring together your Gmails, Quip documents, and Evernote notes into a single place where you can organize and prioritize them together!
We put together a short demo that shows connecting your account and working with Evernote notes so you can see it in action…