Evernote Case Study


Create, capture & access everyday notes on mobile devices

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Evernote use case: Briana Myricks

Briana Myricks

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12th of December, 2016
My Portable Brain

I refer to Evernote as my portable brain because it literally houses everything I need. Thoughts, notes, recipes, bookmarks, swipe files, you name it. Evernote has been a major part of my life since 2009. I started using it to take notes in my college classes, and haven't given it up. I love using it on my flights because the offline notebook option is a lifesaver. The fact that I can clip it for later, set reminders, and share notes with friends just makes it even easier to use. Evernote can be used for personal and professional use. I discovered stacks, where I can organize my notebooks by the types (personal, business). It's available on just about every device you need it on.

What do you like best?

Notebooks are available offline, and can be shared. Apps for just about every device.

What do you dislike?

It can be a learning curve initially to figure out just how many different things it can do.

If so, why did you switch?

I tried it and it was much more readily available than OneNote.

What is your main use case with Evernote?

I use Evernote to organize my business ideas.

Give one example how Evernote has improved the way your organization functions

Evernote allows me to brainstorm in a more organized manner, and be able to refer back to previous versions.

What is your ROI?

It's priceless honestly.

Likelihood to recommend


Recommendations to others considering Evernote

Try it! Your notes app on your phone is okay, but Evernote does so much more.

Time used

2+ years

Frequency of use


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