How To Renovate Your House With Evernote – Part 1

evernote-renovationMy fiancĂ©e and I recently purchased a house, so we’re about to embark on the project of renovating it and getting it ready to ensure that we have something to move in to when we get married next year.

I previously did a post on how I use Evernote in my daily life, but I figured I’d take advantage of this situation to see how I could use Evernote to help me organise this project.

The objectives for trying this out would be:

  1. I’d like to see how useful Evernote will be in this project. I’m a pretty heavy Evernote user, but it’s always nice to measure and see how will things are going
  2. If it works out fine, it’s probably a good use case for others out there
  3. I get to journal the renovation project and have some fun along the way
  4. Hopefully I’ll be able to compile a summary post once everything is done and dusted
Evernote Tech

How To: Unable to send to Evernote from Pocket after a password reset

If you’re reading this, there’s a high chance that you already know of the recent situation where Evernote required all users to reset their passwords.

While it was a minor inconvenience to change my password and reconnect all my Evernote services, I soon discovered a more irritating side effect: All my third-party apps that accessed Evernote would no longer be able to interact with Evernote.

The cause of this is pretty obvious, as a new password means that these services that were originally able to authenticate with Evernote weren’t able to do so anymore. For some reason, I didn’t find the process of de-linking and re-linking Evernote from my Pocket account as easy as I would have liked. I did find the official response from Pocket, but I think it should be a little simpler, so I’ve posted a few steps here to help whoever who prefers a visual answer.