Evernote Template – Bible Study Passage Analysis

evernote Evernote Template   Bible Study Passage AnalysisA bunch of us have started looking at various Bible passages and are using a Bible Study format put out by the Navigators and other groups.

I thought I’d create it as an Evernote note file so that anyone using Evernote and a mobile Bible reader could import it and use it.

Download the Evernote Template from here
(Downloading to Dropbox makes it easier to access from various devices running Evernote.)

Once saved to your computer here’s instructions for various operating systems I use:

 

Windows

  • Open Evernote
  • Select File>Import>Evernote Export Files…
  • Browse to and select the downloaded Evernote file “Bible Study.enex”
  • Evernote will create a new notebook called “Imported Notes” and place the file there
  • Relocate the Bible Study note to wherever you want

 

Mac OS X Lion

  • Browse to and double click the downloaded Evernote file “Bible Study.enex”
  • Evernote will open and ask if you want to import the file and the tags. make your choice and click Continue
  • Evernote creates a new Notebook called “Import Bible Study” and places the Bible Study note there
  • Relocate the Bible Study note to wherever you want

 

Android

  • Its not possible yet to import into the Android version of Evernote – so you will need to import into a Windows/Mac version then let the Android Evernote app sync to add the file

 

iPad

  • havent tested if I can import yet, but itll sync like Android otherwise

TIP: When your familiar with the template structure just delete the question prompts to shorten the note length.

 

About Campbell

Campbell Smythe is a learning technologies specialist with MAF based in Cairns Australia. His background is in education, has taught in primary and secondary schools and been an advisor to teachers and schools in the use of technologies to enhance learning.

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15 Responses to Evernote Template – Bible Study Passage Analysis

  1. Gavin R February 8, 2012 at 4:01 pm #

    Great idea and works well, thanks!

  2. Campbell February 9, 2012 at 10:39 am #

    No probs!

  3. Simon Carroll February 10, 2012 at 1:37 am #

    Thanks Campbell – Im using Evernote to store my Bible notes from Olivetree reader. Im interested if there is any note template like this already in the Olivetree reader software though?

  4. Campbell February 13, 2012 at 10:58 am #

    Hi Simon
    I like the idea of opening the template from Olivetree which I use too. I dont see any note templates built into Olivetree. I know you can connect Olivetree and Evernote and use it for notes so in Olivetree I created a new note, then “Backed up and Synced” Olivetree and Synced External Services (Evernote). The note then appeared in Evernote where I copied and pasted the Bible Study layout (deleted everything except for the main headings). The Note Syncs to the Olivetree reader on Android and Mac laptop, but mine isnt displaying any content – just the note title and blank page. Ill play more to see if I can get it working.

    cheers
    Campbell

  5. Jay February 16, 2012 at 7:36 am #

    Thanks Campbell. Funny thing – I didn’t even know there was an Evernote desktop client. It took me a while to figure that out ’cause my web-based Evernote didn’t have a “File” menu…

  6. Campbell February 16, 2012 at 7:45 am #

    Yep – Win, Mac, Android, iOS – good coverage.
    Have you tried Wunderkit?

    Campbell

  7. Ahbe November 4, 2012 at 3:34 am #

    Hello, It doesn’t seem your *.enex file is working. I’m running OS X with Evernote 3.3.1 and it fails on import. I’d really like to use this as I’ve been trying to find a good way to integrate my Bible study notes, Olivetree and Evernote. Thanks!

  8. Ahbe November 4, 2012 at 3:37 am #

    OK, an update to my previous comment. It will import, but you have to do it from Evernote. Just double clicking the file does prompt to import it in Evernote, but it will fail. If you start in Evernote and select “File: Import Notes from Archive” it will go through the same process, but it works this time. It’s probably just a bug in Evernote. Thanks again!

  9. Campbell November 5, 2012 at 8:44 am #

    Hey Ahbe
    Glad it eventually worked and thanks for taking the time to post your results here for someone else!
    Campbell

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