If you’re thinking about getting into Evernote, or have finally created an account, congrats. It’s a great tool to organize your thoughts, and your life for that matter. First on your list of Evernote to-do’s should be to decide what level subscription you should sign up for.
Of course your Evernote experience will be different than others, so it’s hard to tell you specifically which plan: Free, Premium, or Business you should sign up for. But what I can do is provide a quick breakdown of the main features that differentiate the plans that I’m sure will help you choose what plan go to with.
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For the past year or so, I’ve started to spread my wings and sign up for more speaking gigs. On a chance, I reached out to the folks at the …