VideoNot.es – Take Perfectly Synchronized Notes on Any Video

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Using VideoNot.es
VideoNot.es is a great online tool that can be used for taking notes while watching a video. It uses your Google Drive as a login and allows you to paste video URLs within the website. These videos can come from Youtube, Khan Academy, Vimeo, as well as other sources, and allows you to type notes simultaneously while watching a video. The great feature about this is that the notes you take will automatically be synced with the video at the time which you took them. They can they can then be recalled at any point to view alongside the playing of the video.

External Compatability
After finishing taking your desired notes, they can be saved directly to your Google Drive. A new folder will be automatically created for their storage once they are saved. Upon opening VideoNot.es files in Drive, you will be linked back to the VideoNot.es site where your video and notes will be stored. In addition, your notes may also be exported to your Evernote account (if you have one). In Evernote, they will be saved as a new separate note, where your points will be listed with their respective links to timestamps in the video. VideoNot.es is perfect in the way that it is almost universally compatible with these other productivity outlets.

Sharing
Featured also on the VideoNot.es dashboard is the Google Drive share button. Your content may be shared with anyone on your Google account just as if you were working on another Google document. Others can then view and edit your shared notes (depending on your share settings) just as you would any other document.

Overall,
VideoNot.es is an excellent tool to utilize in order to maximize productivity. It can have major application in the educational realm by both students and teachers but is also great for any productive person to get their thoughts organized.

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