Lately I have been using Evernote for my family history - and everything else - instead of Microsoft OneNote. I had been using OneNote for a couple of years but am not a convert to Evernote. For example I went to SLQ yesterday and took the film numbers I wanted to view in the Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP) in Evernote on my smartphone. The librarian at SLQ was most interested - I believe she is going to try it our for herself.
This all started with the idea of becoming paperless. Paperless you say. A family historian, paperless. Well perhaps somewhat paperless. I also use cloud storage for my family history data files so figure that with Evernote and 'the cloud' I can be heading towards a less paper.
I'll keep you updated with the spring cleaning and the effort of becoming paperless.