Last night I led the first “iPad App Coffee Chat” meetup at The Div in Edmond. We had six people in attendance and learned about a variety of note taking applications, focusing specifically on Evernote. Access more links to all the apps we discussed and learn more about these FREE, monthly meet ups in Edmond, Oklahoma, on the post, “iPad App Coffee Chat Notes: 7 Feb 2012.” Follow @ipadwithwes on Twitter for more updates!

Our next meet-up will be Tuesday, March 6th from 6-7 pm at The Div. (Register for free via Eventbrite) Last night we were NOT able to webstream live because of hardware reconfigurations at The Div, but we will be able to for March. If your schedule permits, come for our iPad App chat in person next month and plan to stay for the “Social About Social” at the Div which starts afterward at 7.

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2 Responses to Learning About Notetaking on the iPad at @thedivorg via @ipadwithwes

  1. dawson says:

    Pal, I have to recommend Ghostwriter Notes app. Such a great tool for taking all your notes problem. Bought this via

  2. meslie says:

    In business app, I’d like to recommend a great one which integrated an interesting concept; saving time from your notes. This app, Beesy, generates automatically a ToDo list from a smart note taking. Also, the advantage is you can esasily send your minutes by email. I love testing new business/ productivity apps such as Evernote, Penutilmate, Omnifocus, Awesome but it’s the first time I see an app so well done.  I recommend Beesy for people which often have meetings 😉
    Great post 🙂

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