There are many ways that you can bookmark things on the internet, outside of your browser’s own bookmarking system. I’ve found that I don’t necessarily want to clutter up my browser bookmarks with links to articles and other things I want to read. So here’s an Evernote tip on bookmarking today’s article.

The short answer is, create a note. Name it, “Today’s Articles.” Then drag the icon next to the URL in your browser over to the note. Evernote will render a link with the title of the article in your note.

Then tag the note, “read later” and “today,” and you can even set a reminder for the exact day and time, when you would like to read it.

Watch the video. It’s short, sweet, and simple.

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