Lawyers can effectively use Evernote in their practice in a number of ways:
- Email archive: Lawyers receive important emails every time at their office. If you don’t want to lose important emails or alerts it is advisable to sign up for Evernote. After signing up for Evernote, a lawyer can then use a special email address to send documents and files directly to Evernote without necessarily going to the website. You will just need to take all the important messages and forward them to your Evernote account.
- Courtroom reading: At every place of work, professionals usually get opinions, clips and articles to read. Many lawyers stash these documents into a manila folder in order to review them during downtime in court. When a lawyer uses Evernote, it is possible to save such documents to the application and review them at any time without carrying the bulky manila folders.
- Instant research: Some lawyers do a lot of consumer protection work in his or her profession. He or she will rely on cutting-edge case law in order to drive the point home. It is possible to save snippets of information or a case in a special folder usually known as a notebook when using Evernote at your office. It becomes easy for the lawyer to search and retrieve the documents at any time.
- Evidence locker: Evernote can help lawyers to store snaps of accident scenes as well as surveillance photos that can later be used during case investigation.
- Blogging ideas: It is of prime importance for lawyers to read other blog posts posted by others bloggers in profession in order to get inspiration. There is no need to wrack your brain in trying to remember what you saw or read in the blog posts. Evernote gives the lawyers a chance to store reference material such as blog posts.
- Content creation: Effective law firms constantly create some content. Evernote can be used by lawyers to capture data i.e. (Web clips, photos and audio), draft documents, take notes as well as plan projects and manage tasks at the office.
How can you protect (backup) all your notes? Can you access all your notes via MSWord? Can you share your notes via Google Docs? What if your client or partner needs some notes in non-Evernote format (like MSWord or PDF)?
The cloudHQ is the answer: cloudHQ you can sync all your files and notes between Evernote, Google Docs and, Dropbox, etc., in real time. cloudHQ will back up all your data and protect it against malicious or accidental deletion.