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I've read pretty much all of the eBooks about Evernote on Amazon and this one isn't that great. It's well written and very helpful in places but overall it is VERY short (took me less than 15 minutes to read it) and not very comprehensive. Basically the author describes how to use Evernote in different ways in specific fields of business. That can be helpful and the way the author lays it is helpful, but honestly it's not as well done as other books. The Evernote bible has a section called 99 uses that sums up much of the content of this book. There is also little content on the inner-workings of Evernote which is what I look for in a book on the subject. So this isn't a bad book, but it just wasn't for me.
I agree with the other reviewer. It was very short, and really didn't have that much added value. I was looking for more than "keep a list of your to-do's in evernote" altho I hadn't used stacks before reading this book....
I wanted a little more how-to, not a reference to go by another book about Evernote besides this one. I really didnt want to buy multiple books, its not that big a product, one book should have covered it all.
Well written but is very light on content about Evernote. I didn't learn enough to make it worth the price. Felt more like an extended blog post than an ebook. I recommend finding another resource if you're looking for help using Evernote skillfully.