Whether you use Microsoft’s Outlook, or Salesforce, or Apple Contacts, or AbacusLaw, or Amicus Attorney, or Goldmine, etc., you need to get those biz card buddies, and their biz card information into your computerized contacts directory. In days gone by that meant typing the information, line by line, into your computer. Now you can implement better technology to streamline the process of handling those business cards that you are collecting.
After you have finished importing the business card and saving it in Evernote, Evernote will launch a pop-up window with a one-click LinkedIn button. If your new biz card buddy has a LinkedIn account Evernote finds that account and then sends a LinkedIn connection request to that person. How great is that! This is an example of how software makers are getting away from the old proprietary, keep-em-to-ourselves mentality, and instead they are embracing the benefits of platform sharing. The Evernote/Salesforce and Evernote/LinkedIn partnerships are examples. They expand their user base, and we the users expand the benefits of our accounts.
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