Note-Taking Apps – OneNote or Evernote?

Image: Onenote vs. Evernote

If you have been following my blog since I started it, now is a good time to introduce to you note-taking and time management apps. As you start blogging or running your business, you will find that you will quickly become overwhelmed. You will also see really great ideas everywhere for your next inspirational blog post. What do you do? Grab a pen and notepad? Use a text editor like WordPad? I have a better idea.

Here are two of the most popular note-taking apps. Which is best for you? When it comes to note-taking apps – OneNote or Evernote? OneNote is a free app for Windows or Mac for consumers. Evernote has a free and a business paid version that is currently $10 USD per user per month.

So, whether you are just starting to use a note-taking app or if you are considering switching, the first thing I suggest you do is to think about what features you will need and use the most. Both applications work on the same platforms now (including Windows OS X,  Android, iPhone, iPad, tablets).

What is the main reason you should use a note-taking app? To help you get organized by keeping all your ideas, saved web pages, and other documents in one place. They also offer similar features, such as a web clipper, Optical Character Recognition (or OCR, which interprets images or scanned information as text), instant syncing of notes to all your devices, and integration with third-party services.

What a great time to do business! With all this technology, there really is no excuse not to be organized and on time for all your tasks and appointments both personal and business. As I reminded you in my post about your blog security, I am not a techy blogger so I will not be doing a heavy in-depth review about these two apps. I am just going to go over the main points and differences that will be important for the average user. I have done all the research for you so you don’t have to. At the end of this post, I will reveal which one I intend to use after I take you on my research journey. Let’s see if you agree with me!



OneNote functions as a digital notebook by organizing your notes into colored-tabbed sections when you create a new notebook. Firsst you break your notebook up into sections using tabs. You will be pleased to know that there are no limits as to how many tabs you create in each notebook! Any section tab can contain any unlimited number of pages

Just like a page in a notebook, you can add pictures, text, charts, and other things anywhere just like in a Word document or PowerPoint. You can customize each page in your notebook including the background color, page sizes and so on. You can also use text formatting for headers and footer, use the format painter to copy and apply formatting. There are also various templates you can use to make your pages (or notes) stand out. It even includes a research panel so you are able to look up reference sources, a spell checker, a thesaurus, and language translation.

One feature that I think will be great to me is that you can dock your note to a small window on your desktop for easy note-taking while you surf the web.

OneNote also offers browser add-ins for all the top browsers like Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari and Firefox. Internet Explorer actually has two convenient page clippers: Send to OneNote and Link to OneNote. The clippers preserbe the page formatting, it will timestamp when you clipped, and adds the source URL If you are on a web page and you decide you want to clip content, you can click and drag just like when you use the Windows Snipping Tool and grab whatever you want. If you grab a section with links in it, be aware the links will not work, the clip is an image.

Image: OneNote Installation

I couldn’t believe it, you can actually embed just about anything on your page such as photos, images, audio and video, files — all drag-and-drop. For example, let’s say you attended a lecture. You could put your text notes to the left on the page, a photo of the lecturer on top, and an audio recording of the lecture to the right. You can link your notes to the original document, or to a meeting from your Outlook calendar.  This is particularly handy to get the agenda, job titles, or make sure you have everyone’s name spelled correctly. You can send information from any file or web page directly into OneNote.

What’s really neat for a person like me that enjoys images with quotes, I can insert an image and optical character recognition picks up any text in it automatically. As a photographer, using all the visual mediums that your eyes love is a high priority and it seems OneNote will let you get as creative as you desire.

Now, this is really powerful; you can search for text within images, audio, and video files! Even your handwritten notes! It can actually read your handwriting without you having to convert it to text (which you can if you like but it’s not required). I read that stylus support is one of OneNote’s best features which actually sets it apart from other note-taking apps like Evernote. To use a stylus you will need a tablet PC. OneNote 2013 seems to have improved support for the writing or drawing on your pages with your fingers.

I am a person that likes to stay organized but I like things to be attractive as well. Since the notebook idea is very familiar to me, I am sure it would work great when I am brainstorming to write a new post, create a new journal entry, take notes for my continuing education in photography, and draw or hand-write notes anywhere I like as well. There is also the option to make some notes “subnotes” or “subpages” so they appear inset from the main page menu to create a visual hierarchy. To this day, my brain still works in an outline format so again, this is very comfortable for me.

A fellow blogger and friend of mine, Sue Bride, created a post about how she uses OneNote for her business and personal life.

I always keep One Note open and available for every time I want to make any kind of notes. I have a few separate “Notebooks” open at a time, which are all accessible from any page I am on. Within each Notebook I have different “Sections”, subdivided yet again into different “Pages” and “Sub-pages”. Automatic color coding of the different areas makes it easy to find what you are looking for. If you are familiar with Evernote then One Note Notebooks are like Evernote Stacks and One Note Pages equate to Evernote Notebooks.

Read Full Article here: One Note Examples of Use


Here’s a short video to see OneNote 2013 in action:



I should add that I am a PC user, not MAC. But Microsoft does have a MAC version of OneNote. I have asked some MAC users what they think. Here are some of the things they told me:


The MAC version is free as well and includes 7GB of storage on Microsoft’s servers with no limit on the amount of data you can upload/download in a given time period. If you choose to subscribe to Office 365, you are given 20GB of space. Now since I already reviewed the Windows Version of OneNote, let me just state some of the important differences in the MAC version.

MAC users say that there are features that still make using OneNote desirable. It just depends on the user’s needs. You will notice online collaboration immediately though you won’t be able to track changes. Easy to use editing environment. Most felt that OneNote for MAC systems is still not at a point where it is a clear choice above Evernote. Microsoft says they are addressing the above issues and will resolve them over time.



Evernote also works on all devices with Web access, and also provides native apps for Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry. It also has dedicated client software for Windows and Mac OS X. Evernote has also developed a community with a variety of its own apps and third-party apps as well. Evernote is more of a digital file cabinet. Why the elephant logo? It’s slogan is, “Remember everything.” It has a simpler, less fussy user interface. It has a simpler note-taking style rather than more stylish like OneNote.

Since the purpose for both apps is very similar, note that Evernote can be your digital file cabinet and note-taking tool, your daily journal, task or project management system, favorite recipe saver, and more. Because it has so many uses and different features, Evernote can both appeal to a lot of people and feel like way to much to others.

Image: Evernote install

It may not be super-stylish but it’s so easy to use. Quickly create a note, tag it, share it, and set a reminder for it. Some users claim that you can do all that by the time it would take you to find out how to share a note in OneNote? Even though it uses the term “notebook,” it seems to be more of a database of everything you’ve ever saved.

You can filter your notes by the notebook name and tags, these items can appear in Google searches — one powerful feature that puts it ahead of OneNote when it come to information you’ve reviewed before. OneNote does have a really neat summary pages feature that works similar to saved searches, but seems to be a bit easier to use.

Both apps can help you go paperless, scan everything into either OneNote or Evernote. Since they are searchable like a database, you’ll be able to find whatever you want quickly.

Here’s one user’s experience with Evernote:


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After researching these two applications for the past two weeks, my conclusion is this:

There are two main streams of computers in the world; MAC Users and PC Users. Each feels that their choice is the very best choice and they are fiercely loyal to whichever system they have chosen. Each has pros and cons. It all comes down to the individual user, how they use their computer, and what features they need. It can also come down to third-party app availability.


OneNote Or Evernote?

For an initial review of the two apps, I believe it will be the Apple or Microsoft scenario. As I stated above, it will depend on the individual user and how they are going to use the apps. I know, this is probably a big letdown for you but I must be honest! They both have strengths and weaknesses, are pretty much neck and neck at this point. If we were talking about the OneNote 2010, I might say Evernote had an edge. Now that OneNote 2013 is free and Microsoft has raised the bar, they are pretty even.

I suggest since each app is free, download them both. Set a time period of say 1 week or 10 days and use each one the way you will be using the application for daily use. See which one seems comfortable, easy to use, is intuitive, and handles in an expected way. Then you will know which one is best for your particular lifestyle.

They are both great so don’t be afraid to try them out and make a mistake! It’s easily corrected! Whatever you do, get organized, manage your time so that you are the most productive and not wasting time, easily prepare your receipts and documents for tax time (it will be here before you know it!), and feel confident that you know right where everything is and that you can find anything at a moments notice!

My personal preference? OneNote. You should be able to tell that I like colorful pretty things. I want notes with style! I’m a big Google/Microsoft Fan. :)


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  1. Monna Ellithorpe December 14, 2014 at 6:35 PM #

    Hi Deborah,

    What a great review. I did download both and although I do love the color options of OneNote, I found that Evernote was more suited to my needs.

    Thanks for the great review for someone still looking for an organizer.
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    • Deborah December 14, 2014 at 8:34 PM #

      Hello Monna!

      Thank you for stopping by and letting me know your experience. I’m so glad you found an app that works for you! That’s what really matters most.

      Glad you tried them both and found your winner! :)
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  2. NT Izuchi November 30, 2014 at 4:19 PM #

    I came across evernote before but forgot the name of it until now. Had wanted to start using but started with something else. Will def revisit and check it out. Thanks for the reminder! :D
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    • Deborah November 30, 2014 at 4:38 PM #

      Hello NT,

      You are welcome. We all get used to certain tools and platforms. From time-to-time, it doesn’t hurt to check and see what else is available. Technology changes so quickly and can become outdated. Hope you find what resonates with you.

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  3. Elise Cohen Ho November 30, 2014 at 12:46 PM #

    I am all for anything that helps with organization and, in turn, productivity. Thank you for the review of two of the interesting options available to all of us.
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  4. Jassica Bella November 24, 2014 at 6:13 PM #

    Hi Deborah,

    First This is a Superb and Great Post and Wonderful Apps. Notes Taking is 100% Important , Really Helpful Post , Thanks You Very Much For Sharing me. I am First Time Visit Your Blog and my First Comments.

    I am Really impress with Your Blog post , information Website , Keep it Up Great Work , i like it!

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  5. Sonia November 16, 2014 at 1:40 PM #

    Hi Deborah!

    What a great article and in depth review of these two great tools for keeping us organised.

    I had a One Note account and I must say I was loving it – then I lost my login and locked myself out of it! Haven’t used it since – it was on an old laptop that I blew up some years ago now.

    I do have Evernote and must say that as an Apple user I like the convenience of being able to access Evernote from all of my different devices including my regular PC. However, I am yet to learn how to organise it better as all of my notes and clips end up in one particular note and so it looks really messy and I can never find anything without looking through the whole app!

    Love this review and will revisit One Note and perhaps start a whole new account to see if I can organise myself – so many notebooks and scraps of paper on my desk I’m losing space fast!
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    • Deborah November 30, 2014 at 4:45 PM #

      You know Sonia, apps change and get updated from time-to-time. They are always changing! It’s hard to keep up sometimes!

      I hope that you will be able to quickly get reorganized and feeling back in control. Whatever app works for you is the BEST app! Lol!

      Thank you for visiting and commenting. I really appreciate it! :D

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  6. Jenni Ryan November 16, 2014 at 3:56 AM #

    Wow thanks for sharing this. I did look at Evenote at one stage. But I did not know how powerful it is. I am always taking notes on bits of paper and in notebooks and never can find anything. This is a perfect solution. I use a MAC so i guess i am best to look at evernote.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    • Deborah December 2, 2014 at 3:05 PM #

      Hello Jenni:

      I too have been using pen and paper, tracking in notebooks. I knew I had to do something so I can find things later and cross-reference documents and things. Also, I wanted to keep better track of inspirational ideas, blog post subjects, technology and so much more!

      I agree that at this time, Evernote may be a better option with a MAC. Let me know what you think after you’ve given it a go!

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  7. Willena Flewelling November 16, 2014 at 3:26 AM #

    Great review on OneNote and Evernote! I’ve tried using Evernote, but I got lost in no time. I have a few ebooks on Evernote for beginners that may help. But this a good overall view you’ve done. Thank you!
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    • Deborah December 2, 2014 at 3:01 PM #

      You are very welcome Willena! I know there are many options out there. It’s important that the learning curve isn’t too great and that you feel comfortable with the note-taking app. That’s why it’s important to know what your needs are so you choose the proper app to take care of your needs.

      Thank you for reading and commenting Willena! :D

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  8. Liz Delaney November 15, 2014 at 11:02 PM #

    I had to chuckle. I like to stay organised but I also like colour and an attractive layout – even for my scribbles.
    I have heard of both Onenote and Evernote but have never used them.
    Thanks for outlining their uses Deborah.
    I am going to give OneNote a go first.
    Have a great week.
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  9. David Merrill 101 November 15, 2014 at 10:13 PM #

    There was a time when I attended webinars or followed trainings and took notes with a pen in wire-bound notebooks from the dollar store. I thought I was getting really advanced by grouping topics into notebooks organized by color… red ones for this, yellow for that and so forth.

    Then I discovered Evernote. It was love at first sight and I’d never consider anything else… not even Onenote… not even after your glowing description of OneNote.

    Unlike you, Deborah, I’m not visual. I like black and white movies, no-frills labels, and I can easily mix argyle socks with checkered pants and a plaid shirt… although it doesn’t make me very popular around the house.

    So the plainer, the simpler, the less complicated I can get, that’s for me.

    Now, this was a wonderful presentation and I know a LOT of research went behind it. There are probably lots of people (I’m think about Donna, here) who would die rather than mix plaid with checks. Those are probably your OneNote followers, and I’m sure they’ll benefit greatly from this article.

    Thanks so much. It was fun!
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    • Deborah December 1, 2014 at 12:19 PM #

      I do so appreciate your comments David! Personal stories and contributions mean so much.

      As you describe your clothing and pattern choices, you make me laugh! :D I guess I’m more like Donna… I do however truly appreciate monochromatic photos for certain shots. Sometimes they’re more powerful and make more of a statement than color photos. So it depends on the situation and the subject.

      I just wanted to share my research and journey trying to decide which one to use. Thanks for sharing your experience with Evernote. So glad that’s working out for you!

      Thanks so much!

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  10. Dawn Golden November 15, 2014 at 9:05 PM #

    I share your love of color, so I can understand your choice. You offered such a great review here Deborah, I am inspired to give them a second look. Paper and pen is usually my preference.
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    • Deborah December 1, 2014 at 12:11 PM #

      Hello Dawn:

      Yes, color is a big part of my world. It can truly affect my emotions. Appearance means a great deal to me. Whatever you decide, I hope you will be very organized and have great success in 2015!

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  11. Andy Lockhart November 15, 2014 at 10:32 AM #


    Great review of the two apps/products but just like Mac v PC I will come down on the Evernote side as I have used it for years and I have it on my phone, my iPad and my Mac.

    We are all creatures of habit and that’s my excuse…

    For anyone who doesn’t use either yet they need to read this article it is just full of useful information.

    Thanks Andy
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    • Deborah December 1, 2014 at 11:33 AM #

      Hello Andy:

      You don’t need an excuse for using whatever tools you want to use! :D My main point of the post was just to share my research and experience evaluating both from an objective position. I’m happy that Evernote has worked so well for you!

      Thanks for sharing your experience!

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  12. Monisha Kapur November 15, 2014 at 10:11 AM #

    Hi Deborah,

    Thank You for this informative post on Evernote and One Note. I use Evernote because, as you state, it’s so easy. However, since I’m a huge MS user I probably should give One Note a try.
    Thanks for listing out all the pros and cons!!

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    • Deborah November 22, 2014 at 10:50 AM #

      Hello Monisha:

      I love hearing feedback. I am new to both apps at this point so I think I was able to give an objective overview. All I know is that it’s hard staying organized the busier you get so whatever works for you! That’s what’s most important.

      Thank you for commenting!

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  13. Joan Harrington November 14, 2014 at 6:59 PM #

    Hi Deborah,

    Thanks so much for breaking down both of these 2 ways of note taking, Onenote and Evernote…….I personally have not used either, but after reading your post, I am definately going to take a more closer look at these awesome apps :)

    Excellent share :)

    • Deborah November 22, 2014 at 10:47 AM #

      Hello Joan!

      I appreciate your comments and kind words. I think both are worth taking a serious look at. We can all improve on our organization skills I think. It’s a rare person that has everything under complete control. Maybe these apps will get us closer!

      Thanks Joan!

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  14. Nathaniel Kidd November 14, 2014 at 2:44 PM #

    This was a great review. I love OneNote and I use it all of the time. These types of tools are vital to keep up with the busy lives of a blogger. Thanks for sharing.
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    • Deborah December 1, 2014 at 11:29 AM #

      Thank you Nathaniel!

      Glad to see that OneNote is working out for you. We do sometimes need a little help to get and stay organized.

      Appreciate your comments!

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  15. Rachel Lavern November 14, 2014 at 11:58 AM #

    Hi Deborah,

    I have been using Evernote but might be checking OneNote out during the upcoming week. I am partnering with a company that uses OneNote exclusively and it may be worth it to expedite collaboration.

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    • Deborah November 22, 2014 at 11:12 AM #

      Hello Rachel :)

      You are welcome! You just might find that Evernote is better for some things and OneNote for others? I don’t know but it was fun doing the research. I hope that you found something useful in the post.

      Thank you for commenting!

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  16. Mi Muba November 14, 2014 at 10:49 AM #

    Hi Deborah

    Very balanced and perfect comparison of two of the greatest note taking apps.

    It is good to know you have done full justice with both and despite comparing both well described features of each on stand alone basis also.

    It is wrong to assume if someone advises one needs to first try onenote that is free and then go for the premium version of evernote.

    I think there is nothing techie involved in it and one should decide viewing his objectives of note taking.

    If someone has just to note down his daily chores both official and person he can use the onenote.

    But for a busy professional who has to do most of the official work he should straight away go for the evernote that has a few wonderful features of doing more in lesser time.

    Thanks a lot for sharing this very informative post where you described all their features in so simple to understand terms.
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    • Deborah November 22, 2014 at 11:10 AM #

      Hello Mi Muba!

      I certainly appreciate the visit and your comments. Both apps have their merits for sure. Like you say, I think it’s advisable to write down your daily duties and responsibilities (what is it you want to track?), and then decide which one would be best for your own personal use. There will be a learning curve no matter what but since you can use either app for free, one should know pretty soon which is more useful.

      Thank you so much for commenting… and stopping by!

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  17. Chery Schmidt November 13, 2014 at 8:04 PM #

    Hello Deborah, I have never heard of either One note or Evernote, I do take notes using my Google docs, but this one note looks so much better. I love the video you shared as well.

    Perhaps this will help me get more organised, this is an area I could use some help in LOL Great share, Now I am off to see what Sue has to say about this.

    Thanks for sharing.. Chery :))
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    • Deborah November 22, 2014 at 10:42 AM #

      Hello Chery:

      So glad you commented! Made me laugh! I hope that you found the post useful and that it can assist you in making a decision to get more organized!

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  18. Miriam Slozberg November 13, 2014 at 6:38 PM #

    Thanks for sharing this. Note taking is so important to keep you organized in every way and form. A lot of people get scared off by Evernote, including myself :) Thanks for getting this out there though.
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    • Deborah November 22, 2014 at 9:57 AM #

      Hello Miriam:

      I hope there was something useful in the post! Being organized is important both on a personal level and for business.

      Thank you for reading and commenting!

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  19. Sue Bride November 12, 2014 at 9:41 AM #

    Thanks for mentioning my One Note articles Deborah. I’m totally biased towards One Note. I use it for everything possible: reminders and to dos, taking notes, storing urls, writing blog posts and embedding pdf files I want to refer to. I store my notebooks on my pc and synch them to have a copy online.

    I also use notebooks for team projects where we can all add and edit.
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    • Deborah November 12, 2014 at 7:37 PM #

      You are so welcome, Sue!

      I am just getting started with OneNote and so look forward to having all my notebooks set up so I can be extremely organized. Thank you for the two posts you did on OneNote they really helped me when I was in the research phase. :)

      I appreciate your visit and thanks so much for commenting!

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      • Sue Bride November 22, 2014 at 6:40 PM #

        I’m going to set up a blank notebook based on the tabs and sections I find useful to share with others. I’ll make sure you get a copy to edit to suit you.

  20. donna merrill November 10, 2014 at 9:41 PM #

    Hi Deborah,

    What a great review on Evernote and OneNote! I use Evernote all the time and am used to it. But seeing how OneNote works, I’m tempted to try that one.

    I just put a not on my Evernote to check this out lol. The next several weeks are pretty crazy and I cannot take the time to learn something new, but as soon as things clear up, I want to check OneNote.

    You did a fine job comparing the two and all your research is so appreciated because you have saved me the time to research it.

    As for PC vs Mac: It is so funny…I’m a mac user and my husband swears by PC. Together we have 4 computers. It works out pretty well because what works better on one and doesn’t on the other we split. But every time I need a new computer, hubby just shakes his head at me he he he.

    Thanks again and have a wonderful week ahead.
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    • Deborah November 11, 2014 at 10:05 AM #

      You are so funny Donna! :)

      I always appreciate your sense of humor! In with it, you always have wisdom. I can see why you are such a great teacher!

      On March 17, 2014, Microsoft released OneNote for Mac. It is compatible with Mac OS X 10.9 and above and can be downloaded for free from the Mac App Store. If you want to see an overwhelming amount of data about all note-taking software, Wikipedia has the data in chart form.

      You and David make an awesome team! Glad I could be of help. It was quite a lot to research. :)

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      • donna merrill November 29, 2014 at 10:36 AM #

        Hi Again Deborah!

        Coming over to give you a big Thank YOU! I went over to check that link and found out more about it.

        Thanks for increasing my knowledge my friend an taking the time to do this.

        Greatly Appreciated!

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        • Deborah November 30, 2014 at 4:31 PM #

          Awesome Donna Merrill,

          Thank you for checking in with me and for enjoying the link I sent you. I’m always glad to help when I can. We are all here to share knowledge, experience, and to help each other.

          You are welcome! :D

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  21. Kyle Holcomb November 10, 2014 at 7:40 PM #

    Hello Deborah,

    Wow, it looks like this little piece of software can do a lot! You are correct with what you said about taking notes. People really do not know the importance of it until they start becoming successful with their blog. Taking good notes and managing your time can make the difference between making a sale and losing one. Thank you for sharing!


    • Deborah November 11, 2014 at 10:08 AM #

      Welcome again Kyle!

      Thanks for your support, note-taking is indeed a skill. It’s good to learn it early on so that when your blog really gets rockin’ and rollin’, you can keep up! For me, I have an insane amount of creativity that flows through my brain on a daily basis and I don’t want to forget it! It needs to be organized.

      I have been using Outlook but I do need to have a more powerful “do-it-all” system in place.

      Thanks for leaving your comments! :D

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