If you’re like me, taking digital notes can feel somewhat magical. That semi-infinite space in the cloud is there just waiting for you to fill it up with your notes, documents, PDFs, web clippings, photos, drawings, even tables — anything you can think of or toss at it, it’s there forever, accessible from anywhere. Before you know it, there are piles and piles of notes!
The coronavirus pandemic that began in March 2020 caused the largest disruption of the education system in history, affecting almost 1.6 billion students in more than 190 countries. The closure of schools and other educational institutions affected 94 percent of students worldwide and up to 99 percent in low- and lower-middle-income countries.
According to a policy brief by the United Nations (August 2020), school closures will not only have immediate economic consequences, but also long-lasting effects. Education accounts for a third of key dimensions in the Human Development Index. For the first time since its conception, the Human Development Index will likely show a striking drop (Figure 1).
Such disappointing forecasts required a quick response from educational institutions.
Figure 1. Human development is facing an unprecedented hit since the concept was introduced in 1990
As the saying goes, two heads are better than one. Indeed, working together makes completing tasks easier, faster, and more fun. This is why businesses are beginning to see the importance of collaboration software in increasing productivity in their workplace.
In fact, a study by Markets and Markets estimates that the worldwide market for enterprise collaboration solution will increase from $31.0 billion in 2019 to $48.1 billion by 2024. As companies look for ways to innovate teamwork among their employees, various types of collaboration tools are now available on the internet.
Such software paves the way for a more proactive and open communication between your employees and a more streamlined approach on tackling projects and issues within your company. From note sharing, virtual meeting rooms, real-time document editing, and online planners, these are just some of the collaboration tools examples that can improve and streamline your workflow.
Aside from those, here are more ways on how collaboration software can increase your business’ productivity.
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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we’re all stuck in our homes. We’d like to share some ideas and
Nimbus Note templates that will make your quarantine much more productive. Here’s our list of tips:
1. Stay fit! As our movement is now limited to the kitchen, living room, and bathroom, we have fewer opportunities to work off calories, which can add up when we’re at home. So the best thing to do is get some exercise. You can use this template for recording your workouts. Monitoring progress is a great way to stay motivated in any health-related project, whether your goal is to tone your muscles or increase your strength.
You can easily import all your notes to Nimbus Note.
If you are moving from Evernote, your first step is to export notes (selected notes, notebooks, or all your notes) from EN. To accomplish this, please read this article>>
Once you have your notes exported in .enex format, you can add them to your Nimbus Note account.
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The article was updated on 22 January 2021. We’ve added updated instructions
on saving your notes structure while migrating from Evernote.
If you’ve decided to quit Evernote for some reason, you are probably interested in saving your information and migrating to another note-taking app.
In this post, we’ll provide you with a straightforward guide on exporting notes from Evernote. We will explain how to export selected notes, notebooks, or all your EN notes.
To start exporting your notes, you need to use the desktop version of Evernote.
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While it might sound difficult to set up a system like this, it is actually doesn’t have to be. Nimbus Note has successfully created a user-friendly paperless workspace that you can use for note-taking, storing files, editing documents, and sharing entire workspaces with your team members.
One of the most common misconceptions about Chrome is that it’s only a browser. This operating system was built on top of a standard Linux kernel. The Chrome browser itself is the main interface.