Monday, February 25, 2013

Back to OneNote and Still Using EverNote: Maybe That's The Way It Should Be?

As you know if you've read my blog, I find myself moving back and forth between OneNote and Evernote.  OneNote has the best interface by far in my opinion.  It's sleek, easy to organize, and easy to work with.  With Skydrive, keeping it available whereever I am is no problem.  Evernote, on the other hand, automatically syncs folders I want it to and has the cool feature of the audio notes which I use for so much more than audio notes. I remain...confused....Which will I end up with?  I wish Evernote looked like OneNote and then there would be no question.  But, it doesn't..alas...I find it's interface cumbersome and, well, boring. OneNote is the app I open on my iPad and people want to know what it is because it looks so cool!  It's fun to work in.

What to do?  What to do?   Tell me, Dear Readers, which is your favorite? Or, is there perhaps another one that I should investigate out there?

Articles to help you decide:

Evernote Vs OneNote | OneNote Review


After trying out dozens of different software programs, it has boiled down to two note taking programs — Evernote vs OneNote. And they are very different. It is actually quite surprising how different they are. Since they serve ...

Which one? OneNote or Evernote? -


Evernote or OneNote? I dunno. It just depends. My suggestion is to try them both out. While OneNote can be purchased separately or with Microsoft Office, their free OneNote Web Application can be used. It doesn't have all ...
Choosing between Evernote and OneNote | Stefan Johansson


I have been living with Evernote and OneNote for quite some time. They are both very good at what they do but neither one fully supports my needs. Here are some of my thoughts about choosing between Evernote and ...

Bookatarian: Thing 8...Update on Evernote vs. OneNote


When last I posted on organizing tools, I was torn between Evernote and Microsoft OneNote, each with distinctive advantages and drawbacks (outlined in my previous post). I've been using both throughout the year, and I can ...


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