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Haven't used it so can't say - but why bother hiring someone - don't they have support?
Panama City, FL
I pretty much figured out how to use it for myself for what I needed.
Cocoa Beach, FL
It is very simple and you can find a wealth of free info on Youtube and other sites.
Melinda Akowski, Realtor® - difficult to answer. Most such programs are user friendly and lots of help is available online.
However, if you think your time is more valuable - then outsource it.
Evernote is simply storage and I found it required no training. There's a facebook group I've had a few questions answered. I share folders with agents and clients and loan officers and attorneys. LOVE IT.
I'm feeling old. Never even checked out Evernote. Perhaps I should.
Google Brett Kelley who has a great ebook on Evernote. Also subscribe to him for free emails tips.
Try the self approach first
I would say user freiendly even for me
When I've used it in the past it was pretty easy and self-explanatory, but take that with a grain of salt since I used to be a "well compensated computer geek."
You can very likely find websites and videos online about how to use Evernote for Real Estate. A little "Google-Fu" can save you some $$ and you'll really learn it good that way.
I am going to look into it also and hoping it will be an easy transition.
I have not used Evernote. This will be a good blog topic for you.
Whether it is user friendly and self explanatory depends upon the user.
There is a lot of training material available on the web for free. Try Google or YouTube. Both can find you a lot of it.
There are plenty tutorials on utube for anything. Start there.
I just downloaded it the other day and haven't learned my way around it yet. Wondering if it is necessary to upgrade to Premium Melinda Akowski, Realtor® ...the free version looks pretty basic.
I use a simple outline and it is easy and free
I wish I could help but I've never really gotten into it. Maybe it's just me?
We used it in the beginning for notes only. Now our SmartPhone has its own notes, so we do not use it anymore. Joe Pryor gave you a great suggestion.
I use it mostly for notes on the go and find it quite user friendly. I'm sure you could find some instructions for it online. All the best!