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I often use the shortcut  Ctrl  ;  to create a date time stamp  2021-06-05 11:03 AM  to log in an action such as a follow-up call in the text of the note. I also use it when I need to document the closure of a topic.
 
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1 hour ago, jbenson2 said:
I often use the shortcut  Ctrl  ;  to create a date time stamp  2021-06-05 11:03 AM  to log in an action such as a follow-up call in the text of the note. I also use it when I need to document the closure of a topic.
 
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There are third party apps that will do this, but, they are a significant security risk as they have access to everything you type and view, not just Evernote and the stuff you type into it. For a note-taking app, a date time stamp seems like a no-brainer.

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10 hours ago, silentquest said:

Show Date/Time Task Completed

Looking at the task attributes (exported to .enex file)323408726_ScreenShot2021-06-05at11_41_26.png.2f11e2bb411f47c0c2c3e2090f64c231.png
I see taskStatus 
date/time completed is not stored but we have date/time  statusUpdated

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15 minutes ago, DTLow said:

Looking at the task attributes (exported to .enex file)323408726_ScreenShot2021-06-05at11_41_26.png.2f11e2bb411f47c0c2c3e2090f64c231.png
I see taskStatus 
date/time completed is not stored

I would think that the most recent updated timestamp (it looks like that'd be statusUpdated) could serve the same purpose, but that's thrown off if you fix a typo in a completed task or something.

Hopefully EN is considering some way to capture the completed date/time.

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