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How to use Evernote & Trello to get organized!

How to use Evernote & Trello to get organized!

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Learn how to use Evernote & Trello to get organized!

How many times have you:

  • spilled coffee on your “To Do” List?
  • lost your “To Do” List?
  • discovered your child has drawn and colored on your “To Do” List
  • spent hours search for an image you used in a blog post or a picture of something you’re making or designing?
  • been totally frustrated because it feels like you just can’t find anything!

Using Evernote & Trello to get organizedSounds like it’s time to sharpen your organizational skills!

Evernote is a free app

You can use it on your smartphone, tablet and your computer.  It’s designed for note taking, organizing, task management, and keeping track of everything you could possibly imagine losing track of.

Think of a notebook that never runs out of paper!

I’ve used it for maybe 10 or so years and absolutely love it.  Yes, I’ve tried other Note Taking apps, but I keep coming back to Evernote.

Trello is also free

It’s an online corkboard. You use it to organize “cards” into lists—those cards can be tasks, notes, projects, shared files, or anything else that helps you stay organized.

I’ll be honest, I’ve only used Trello for the last couple of months (so I don’t know EVERYTHING about it).  But I love it!

When you use Evernote & Trello together, it’s magic!

Evernote holds all the written out details for a:

  • blog post that you’re drafting
  • pattern that your writing/designing
  • project that you’re working on
  • course you’re taking

Trello on the other hand, holds:

  • the images for that blog post you’re drafting
  • pictures of that pattern you’re designing
  • important links for that project you’re working on
  • a list of the courses you’re taking

What you’ll learn about using Evernote & Trello to help you get organized:

This is just a few of the things I have planned for tomorrow’s live.  How to:

  • use the Trello “Power-Ups” to link Evernote to Trello
  • create a “template” in Evernote
  • use the template you create in Evernote
  • work with Lists & Cards in Trello
  • attach an Evernote “note” to a Trello card

{This is the post for Day 5 of the Ultimate Blog Challenge.  The topic – to teach visitors to your site something.  Monday or Tuesday is my “normal” day to post a helpful tip here on the blog, but in trying to stay current with the blog challenge I’ve changed things up a bit.}

Are you ready to take your organizational skills to the next level?

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