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6 Ways Evernote Embraces Handwriting – Evernote Blog

At Evernote, we see the benefits of both the digital and analog spaces and we’ve spent a lot of time developing features that connect the two. You can tap notes directly into Evernote, but it’s also just as easy to snap a photo that instantly makes your handwritten words digitized and searchable.

Source: 6 Ways Evernote Embraces Handwriting – Evernote Blog

  1. Search handwriting
    I use this all the time. I also love that it searches inside PDF documents too.
  2. Evernote Moleskine notebooks
    I have one of these! It was worth it just for the quality journal and the year of Evernote premium. *I purchased mine long before their recent payment structure changes. I haven’t looked to see how things are offered now.
  3. Evernote for Android
    This is literally my most used app. I use the document camera all the time to help reduce the paperwork pile. #1 on that list of paperwork is receipts!
  4. Jot Script Evernote Edition Stylus
    Never tried it. It looks like a slick stylus. My current stylus is challenged by the fact that it takes AAAA batteries. Those are hard to find! All the same, I prefer writing on paper than on my tablet.
  5. Post-it Note Camera
    This could be expanded to include “document camera” – it smart recognizes and does OCR on post-its, business cards, and other documents differently than “just pictures.”
  6. Penultimate
    I’ve never tried this because I do not have any iThings.
  7. LiveScribe Pen
    They didn’t list this one, but it is a tool I use in conjunction with Evernote all the time! I love this pen. It has one drawback in the latest version regarding the ink, but overall I still have huge love for this pen that allows me to write pen to paper and then export those pages to PDF in Evernote with the Livescribe app. Easy peasy!

What Pages are Popular on Your Site?

This is an instructional piece for finding your website’s most popular pages for the past 30 days utilizing Google Analytics.

#i: Log in, and get to your website’s Google Analytic’s dashboard.

#1: Select Behavior > Site Content > All Pages from the left-hand menu.

Behavior > Site Content > All Pages

#2: In the upper-right of the screen, is a pull-down for the date range settings. The last 30 days is the default date range. However, you can select any number of different options from the Date Range drop-down.
#3: Click on the Apply button to update the results to any changes you made.

Set Date Range

#4: Below the graph, there’s click on “Page Title.” This option simply makes the table below easier to read.

Page Title Selection

#5: The default is to show 10 results. If you need to see more than that, select a larger number from the “Show rows:” drop-down. This option is on the bottom right of the results table.

Show More Results

#6: If you’re just looking to know, you’re done! If you need this information for reports and whatnot, make a selection from the Export menu at the top of the page.

Export Google Analytics