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Going paperless workshop set for August 6

Posted: Friday, August 1, 2014

Thinking of going paperless? Need a way to organize your recipe collection or simplify genealogical or school research? Huntington City-Township Public Library presents “Remember Everything with Evernote,” a workshop on using the popular note-taking and organization app, at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, August 6 at the main library, 255 W. Park Drive. Evernote makes it easier to keep track of things big and small from everyday life using a computer, tablet, phone or the web.

Designed to help users stay organized in ways that go far beyond a notebook, Evernote makes it easy to add text, images, audio, scanned documents, files and more to notebooks, synchronize them across multiple devices, and quickly find anything with powerful search tools that can even recognize text inside images.

HCTPL’s Evernote workshop will introduce the basic functions of Evernote, including note creation, notebook management, tagging, synchronizing and using Web Clipper to save information from websites, and sharing notes and notebooks with others. The session will include real-world examples of how library staff members are using Evernote to go paperless at home or at the office, organize recipe collections, and serve as a virtual genealogy research archive.

This workshop is free and the public is invited. Attendees are highly encouraged to bring their laptop, tablet, or mobile device. Registration is appreciated but not required. To register, call the library at (260) 356-0824 or email with your name and contact information.