Evernote is an app for your smartphone, tablet or computer. It’s been created to boost your productivity, ameliorate your life, and make it easier to keep organized your notes, ideas, thoughts and to-dos.

However, how can you make the most effective productivity system out there more productive? Well, why not to think about MYLE wearable personal assistant?

MYLE is not a substitute to Evernote or any other apps. Rather, through instantly capturing your voice notes in the simplest and most natural way – by voice – MYLE simplifies and streamlines saving of your thoughts and notes into your existing systems that you use and already accustomed to. Like Evernote. Moreover, you don’t need to have your mobile devices in hand all the time.

Here are the three ways you can master your life with Evernote and MYLE.

Record Notes.

You love the smell of real books and regularly taking down your favourite quotes and unfamiliar words into your Evernote account. You have specified a folder for quotes, thoughts, or ideas from the books, and appropriate tags for non-fiction, fiction, classics, sci-fi books, or other genres.

However, how distractive is this process becoming when you should continuously reaching for the phone, unlocking it, logging into your Evernote account, typing quotes and tags to send them to the folders.

Apparently, when you read a lovely novel or scientific research, this distraction takes away your attention and sense of the story or information, so instead of reading the book you’re spending half of the time on transferring the highlights into your account.

MYLE cuts this distractive process to five seconds. You only need to say your quote and this intelligent device will do the rest for you. It will convert your words into text and audio notes (if you prefer audio notes over text), understand whether a word is a tag or not, categorize them by groups, and then send to the proper folder.

There is no more need to type everything manually. This feature is especially handy for those who love taking hundreds of notes either to share them on their favourite social media accounts, or to use it while doing research for a university project.

Remind yourself of your forgetfulness.

Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philosopher, once said,

“The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time,” Friedrich Nietzsche.

There’s no doubt it’s a great feeling to enjoy the same moment several times in a row.

However, forgetfulness can also lead to bad outcomes too. For instance, you can forget about important project deadlines, the massive to-do list that is due by the end of the week, client meetings and other important things you’re trying to keep in mind.

Unfortunately, humans tend to forget more than half of the information they receive due to lack of attention, poor memory, or external distractions. Therefore, Evernote may become an excellent solution for someone who’s looking to keep their lives more organized.

Whilst, using MYLE with your Evernote account you can quickly set reminders for the weeks ahead. It will automatically send reminders to your account, set a type of the reminder whether it’s email, in-app notification or a badge on the app title.

Meal Planning.

Another excellent way to master your life with Evernote and MYLE is to have a meal planning. For those of you who’re not familiar with this cash-time-saving tip, meal planning is whatever way you’re going to cook a particular meal on a specific day of a week or even a month.

This helps you organize a list of necessary ingredients and recipes, a budget for the coming week and a shopping list to spend time more efficiently in the grocery store.

It’s especially handy when you’re out doing the grocery shopping. You don’t feel anxious and panicky in the store because your shopping list is ready and you already know how much you’re going to spend, and more importantly why you need those products.

So, Evernote can be an excellent storage for all your meal ideas, shopping lists, and recipes. MYLE in integration with Evernote, can automatically save your recipes in your account, tag the notes with, let’s say “#mygrocerylist,” add meals to the calendar and sort everything for quick access. The only thing you need to do with MYLE is to tap and say what’s your meal on that particular day.

MYLE has one more distinctive feature. MYLE learns your behaviour to improve its suggestions to you.

For example, through analyzing your previous purchase history, such as your most visited grocery stores, the amount of money you regularly spend, your previous and current shopping lists, your weekly grocery budget and other relevant metrics, MYLE can suggest you products and special deals to stick to your weekly budget.

This makes your life more productive and efficient.

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