Our developers continually push themselves to integrate our service with other useful platforms to make your life easier.
We're pleased to announce that you can now link your Evernote and Fancy Hands accounts here, enabling your your requests, your assistants' responses and attachments to automatically archive directly to Evernote.
You'll be able to access them from your phone, on the desktop, and anyywhere else that you use Evernote.
By now, if you don't use Evernote yourself, you've probably heard productivity pros speak about how much they love using it.
Lifehacker editor Whitson Gordon just wrote this article on finally seeing the light and making the connection about how useful Evernote truly is.
The key to being an early adopter is to approach new technologies with patience and flexibility.
We are all so programmed to cling to our routines and what's comfortable, even if that way of life isn't allowing us to be our best.
Services like Fancy Hands and Evernote are designed to simplify your life, and once you get the hang of using them, you will find yourself amazed.
Our founder, Ted Roden, says, "The great thing about Evernote is the more that goes in, the better it is. Everything you have is in one place. I set mine up to automatically save my Tumblr likes and Foursquare check-ins. Now when I think, 'What was that awesome thing I saw on Tumblr?' I can find it in Evernote much easier than tryhing to find it on my Tumblr dashboard."
One of our clients sent this to us yesterday: "You guys have easily added 4 more hours into my days."
Statements like that are why we come to work!
Give the Evernote integration a shot, and let us know how it works for you.
Unfamiliar with Evernote? Check out their website as well as these articles: