Not a Onenote Newbie
I first used Onenote when Microsoft released it in 2003. It was different than any software available and made organizing easy and fun. Organizing was effortless, and finding pertinent information was easy.
It was part of the Office suite in 2003 and allowed complete control and creativity. It was super.
As a salesman, it was a great way to keep notes together about a particular customer: Notes, documents, emails … all of it. I loved Onenote.
Evernote released their application in 2008 in a public beta. It made an immediate impact on the note-taking community. The buzz in the tech community was loud and clear, “you have to try this software.” So I did.
I joined the Crowd in 2009
I opened my account with Evernote in October 2009. I admit I didn’t get it. I searched for articles and information on how to set up and use Evernote. I found a lot of information on the ways people were using Evernote. Soon, it became my “go to” application for information storage.
Along with many others, I became upset with Evernote when they changed up the plans. I had been a “free” user for years, and they removed the one feature I used all the time … email to Evernote.
So what did I do? I upgraded to the lowest paid plan. Then later to the highest personal plan. Why? I finally got it.
Still an Amateur
I’m still an amateur user compared to most with only 3300 notes, but it grows every day.
Have you switched from one to the other? I’d like to hear about your experience.