Did you know that you can put lots of different stuff into a single note?
Try it. Create a New Note, then:
- Type text
- Add a few checkboxes
- Record some audio
- Drag in a file or two (documents, PDFs, presentations, spreadsheets)
- Snap an image
Working on an article? With a client?
If you're a new Evernote user, you may not be aware that you can store lots of stuff in a single note.
I use Evernote as a repository for research notes, for fiction, and nonfiction. I also keep multiple drafts of a project in Evernote.
This can all become confusing, so keeping one primary note for a project helps you to get organized. It also helps keeps your material safe.