Hi, Bert Rinkel. Here’s how to see the number of words you have in a note: http://bit.ly/1Gw2Hlt — this is also possible on Android devices.
Thanks Marshall Kirkpatrick for the wonderful response. It got us thinking that there actually is a solution for Evernote + flashcards, which is called StudyBlue (https://www.studyblue.com/evernote). Their integration with Evernote allows you to import Evernote notes into StudyBlue flash cards for quick-repetition study that preapres you for learning or even studying for quizzes and exams. Hope this helps!
What an excellent idea to capitalize on constantly working with ideas and adding them to your daily writing.
It’s truly amazing what stepping away from a creative pursuit can do. The rewards to the creative spirit are within pursuit just by walking outside for a few moments, visiting an art museum, reading, or visiting with friends. You never know when that next plot twist or character evolution will strike, but chances are, you’ll find it when you least expected.
Wonderful connection. The more you read, the more powerful a writer you can become. The pen (or, keyboard) is a mighty powerful tool in your personal and professional toolkit.