I use email a lot and probably so do you as it is like fire hose of information that is constantly coming in, and if you are a human being reading this, probably you too.
As I am writing this I have 15.508 conversations in my Gmail. I am sure that many of you have even more. As the number continues to grow rapidly and because I cannot modify the past emails, relevant information could get harder to find later.
Storing some of the emails I receive in Evernote could be useful, as Evernote gives me better structuring options.
Is there a way to quickly import emails into Evernote without going through copy-paste subject / email body, download-upload attachments?
Glad you asked, there is, and this is the subject of the video bellow. We don’t have a dedicated button like in the first image, but we have a good alternative, see more in the video bellow.
Hope it was useful, if you have any questions let’s talk in the comments bellow.
Evernote is an important topic on this blog because it helps me a lot to organize information around me. In this article I want to talk about a feature that was key in developing an applicant tracking system using Evernote. If you could read the headline you’ve probably seen that I am talking about the import folders feature.
I am using Evernote to store all my CVs, I am looking for an easy way to put 10,50, 500 CVs into Evernote without having the need to attach them one by one.
In the video bellow you can see import folders in context, this video is part of my Evernote online course that I posted on Udemy.
I told you about import folders for importing CVs into an applicant tracking system, I would be very curious how you use it, let me know in the comments bellow.