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list for pendings always keep in front of all windows



We usually use a Excel for the daily pendings, I think would be a good idea that Evernote add an option to us always we are seeing the daily pendings in the screen but very Simple format.

My suggestion is the next

Current file for pendings. (Excel)

Item Description Start Date Update/
End Date
% Status Prior Comments
  Pending 1          
  Task 2          
  Proj 4          

My suggestion is:

Put a Pendings list in a Window always above of any app in the Screen with hide option too.  and Just with 1 or 2 fields (Description and %status) and the user decide if put more fields.

This is very useful for us,  because after finish a task we need to save a history of activities and I save all my things in the Evernote

I hope this is clear for you

Please send me any comment.

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Evernote is not a task manager. It knows nothing about completion status, start dates, end dates, etc. You can use reminder notes for simple task management (I do), but it's not the same thing.

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On 4/15/2019 at 4:53 PM, santosr7@hotmail.com said:


Evernote is a generic note filing product,
but I do use it for simple task management

fwiw  Here's my method for storing task details

  • Separate note for each task
  • Note title for task description
  • Tag (Actionable) to identify notes that are actionable
  • The reminder feature to store start date and completion date/status
  • Tags for priority (Urgent, Important)
  • Tags for project (Project-aaaaaaa) to list notes for project reviews

>>seeing the daily pendings in the screen but very Simple format.

I have a dashboard note (daily journal) that displays my current task list.  
It's a list of note links.

The list is generated by searches, such as 
reminderOrder:* -reminderTime:day+1 -reminderDoneTime:*

>> user decide if put more fields.

I'd like to see the addition of user defined fields.  
This would be generic, not specific to tasks

>>We usually use a Excel for the daily pendings

I like the spreadsheet view and switched
I use a script (Mac) to transfer my task data to a spreadsheet (screenshot below)



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