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Evernote allows you to create a new note from anywhere just by sending an email.

First, click your username in the upper right-hand corner of any Evernote page, then choose "Account Settings," and find the "Email Notes to" header.

Copy the email address to the right and save it to your email contacts list.

Now, just include that address in the "To", "Cc," or "Bcc" fields of an email you're composing.

The subject line of the email will be the title of your note.

To include a reminder, add an exclamation mark to the subject line.

To add an alert to the reminder, add the word "tomorrow," or a numeric date with a year, month, and day separated by slashes.

Add your note to a specific notebook instead of your default by typing the @ sign and the name of the notebook.

Next, type a hashtag followed by a tag you want to add.

You can add as many tags as you'd like.

Note that these features only work for existing notebooks and tags; you won't be able to create new tags or notebooks in this way.

The body of the email will be the contents of your note, which will be created as soon as you click "Send."

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