3 Ways To Organize & Sync Your Digital Notes

3 Ways To Organize & Sync Your Digital Notes

Anthony Nguyen
Dec 9, 2010

I've been working on and off on a couple of huge projects lately and keeping things organized have been more of a chore than something I enjoy doing on a daily basis. However, I've realized how important it is to have a good way to keep track and sync those digital notes so you can readily pull it up whenever I need them.


1) Evernote: I've had my ups and downs with this software. Until its recent UI revamp, I really hated using Evernote to do anything. However, now that they've gotten most of the bugs worked out, it's actually quite nice having the ability to sync up with my PC, Mac, and iPhone to have a ubiquitous, ongoing notepad of things.
2) Notepad + Dropbox: This was what I was using before I switched over to Evernote. I had a folder on my Dropbox called "Notes" and I just created *.txt files and did my notes there. It would sync to both my PC, Mac, and iPhone and I could easily organize notes within a folder structure.
3) Thumbdrive + Folder Syncing Software: I guess this is where my really important stuff goes - on my security locked USB drive. I used some folder syncing software for a while, but none of them really worked out, so I kind of just work off my thumbdrive directly when I need to. However, if anyone knows of a great syncing solution that has a lovely UI and is non-obtrusive, I'd love to hear it!

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