Evernote Tip: Create a Table of Contents in Evernote

I am constantly discovering new features in Evernote. My favourite recent discovery is Evernote’s Table of Contents feature. Creating a table of contents note is a fantastic way to organize all the information I’m saving.

Evernote is a huge part of my workflow for organizing research, e-mails, and other details for a web design project. I create a notebook for each project and save web pages, PDFs, important e-mails, and more. I love being able to access all of this information from my computer, iPhone, iPad or whatever device I’m using.  (Check out my post Why I Love Evernote to learn more about the capabilities of Evernote)

How to Create a Table of Contents in Evernote

1) Find all the notes you want to be listed in your  Table of Contents.

A great way to do this is by doing a search. For my example, I searched for ‘Theme Research’.

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2) Select all those notes you found!

If you’re in a different view such as Expanded Card View, things might look a bit different. If things look different than my example, just right-click on a bunch of selected notes and the Table of Contents option should be there.

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 3) Click ‘Create Table of Contents Note’

Evernote will create this handy listing of your notes. Each title is a link to the note within your Evernote library.

This is really great for organizing notes on a similiar topic, research, or sharing contents of your notes with others. I have a Table of Contents note set up for my tag WP Theme. It’s a nice index of all the WordPress Themes I’ve saved.

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