One of the best ways to get content into Evernote is through an excellent little app called Drafts. I’ve written about Drafts and Evernote before in my Evernote for Academics series. Granted, with the advent of iOS 8 you can now use the Evernote widget to start a document but if your just inputting text then Drafts is still better (as in cleaner, easier to use, faster, more options, etc.)
Brett Kelly, who wrote the excellent Evernote Essentials ebook has written some helpful guides to using Drafts and Evernote.
- Using Evernote with Drafts: Introduction
- Using Evernote with Drafts: Advanced
If you are looking for some other helpful ways of getting content into Evernote check out my third post in the Evernote for Academics series.
Seriously, if you’re looking for a comprehensive primer for getting started with Evernote then look no further. ↩