Alfred Evernote Snippets

This is sort of a plugin to a great OSX app, Alfred. It adds all notes in Evernote “Snippets” Notebook as a quick-paste snippet in Alfred.

I use both alfred and evernote extensively, so Im quite happy about this one!

Usage

  1. Provided you have Evernote, Alfred and powerpack and this workflow installed
  2. Put some snippets in “Snippets” notebook in evernote
  3. Hit afred `s your_note_title`
  4. enter
  5. note content is now pasted to your focused window

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Workflow on Packal

Alternative download here

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Evernote: Using Online Notes for Performing Qualitative Research

In June issue of Qualitative Sociology Review (Issue here) you can find mine and Krzysztof Stachura’s paper about using Evernote platform in the course of academic research. Please, keep in mind that paper is in Polish.

Abstract

The paper is a presentation of potential ways to use Evernote as a simple and cheap alternative to professional CAQDA (Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis) software packages, along with pointing specific limitations of the tool.
The main functions useful in research and for analytic purposes are depicted, as well as techniques that enable the application of grounded theory methodology using Evernote are. Moreover, similarities and differences between Evernote and NVivo 10 are presented, and the analytical perspectives for the near future concerning the evolution of Evernote are drawn. 

KeywordsEvernote, CAQDA, qualitative research, organizing data, NVivo

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Warning: The paper is in Polish

You can download paper from QualitativeSociologyReview.org [PDF]

Evernote for Travel

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© Stolen from Evernote team.

During sightseeing, how would you like to have an interactive map with cool places to see, specifically suited to your preferences? A map with location of your airport, bus, hotel, with gps capability and tailored information about stuff you really want to see? Like opening hours, recommendations from your friends and information for YOU.

Well, you have and it’s name is (no surprise there), evernote.

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