Found a great way to keep recipes organized.

DvineMzM

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I have always kept notebooks full of recipes (pages for pics, lists for ingredients, pages for notes and so on) but now . GN2 has made it super easy to not only organize my recipes BUT now they are super simple to take with me! Yay! This phone just continues to impress and make me fall deeper in love! LOL!
 

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Wow DvineMzM amazing use of the S Note application.

That looks incredibly well organized and easy to use. Sure beats the huge cook books my mom used to stash around the kitchen and have to drag out once in awhile!

If only the people of yesteryear could see the technology and how it betters our lives today. Incredible.
 

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Having not spent the time to get up to speed with SNote but very impressed with this idea, how do you do it this way?!
Thanks.
 

DvineMzM

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Thank you. I usually look up recipes (Food Network, Cooking Channel, Allrecipes, and so on) using the browser on my phone. When I find something I like (or when I find the digital version of a recipe I have written down) I simply use the S-pen to "cut and paste" the recipe into its own note. I try to find recipes that have pics so I know what it should look like and I use that (and the cooking time, level and all) as page one, ingredients go on page 2 and cooking directions on page three (and four if I need it). It's AMAZING! I have started "digital notebooks" for vacation ideas, household things, EVERYTHING! I love this phone!!
 

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THank you for sharing your great idea for recipes. I would like to use your idea, however, I am struggling with the functions with the
S note, how to cut and paste. How did you learn all the functions? I am looking for a tutorial to help me. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
The recipe idea is fantastic.
Thank you
 

DvineMzM

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THank you for sharing your great idea for recipes. I would like to use your idea, however, I am struggling with the functions with the
S note, how to cut and paste. How did you learn all the functions? I am looking for a tutorial to help me. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
The recipe idea is fantastic.
Thank you

There is a GN2 tutorial app in the Play store with some good info but it's mostly been trial and error for me. There is also a guy on YouTube with some great vids.
 

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Check out 'Evernote' (play store) it is a great cloud based program that is free, and they have a recipe app that I just added but haven't really used yet, but it looks pretty intuitive!

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