Evernote Makes Lincoln Research Easier
Clip What You Read on EverythingLincoln.com and Save It in Evernote
Taking notes for a school or college report? Read something on this site that you think you'll want to remember later? Evernote makes it easy to clip/copy the text and images on these pages. Whatever you clip is stored in your free Evernote account in the cloud so you can access it anywhere, from any computer or any device such as an iPad, iPhone, or Android phone.
Let's look at an example. In the article on this site that describes the Battle at Hampton Roads between the Monitor and the Merrimac, there is an Evernote "Remember" button at the bottom of the page, like this:
Click the "Remember" button. A small window opens so you can sign in to Evernote (or quickly create your free account).
Once signed in, you can add tags and notes if you want to.
Click the Clip button in that window, and the EverythingLincoln.com page that looks like this...
...gets saved in your Evernote account like this, with text, links, and pictures:
You can save all sorts of content in your free Evernote account, so it's easy to build a repository of information that you can access anytime, from any device with an Internet connection--including not only your computer but also iPads, iPhones, and Android phones.
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