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  1. A Home widget for tasks is coming soon. Currently, you can pin a note that has tasks in it and it'll render the tasks on the Home page, but it won't be interactive.
    13 points
  2. Hi all, Great news! We’re giving everyone early access to our newest feature: Tasks, starting to roll out now and available over the coming weeks on the latest versions of Evernote for desktop, web, and mobile. We believe that the information you keep in Evernote can work harder to help you achieve your goals. Tasks helps make this happen by allowing you to seamlessly connect your to-dos with the information you need to get them done: Manage tasks from a central view or from inside your notes. Changes made in one place automatically show up in the other. Connect your tasks to related information in your notes, including web clips, images, documents, and audio files. Unlike standard checklists, you can set due dates, reminders, and flags on each of your tasks—so nothing falls through the cracks. This forum gives you a place to ask questions and chat with others about Tasks. Feel free to start a thread or reach out to me directly. Please keep in mind: You'll get all features within Tasks during the Early Access period. But certain features will be limited to specific Evernote plans when Tasks is officially released. Tasks is only available on our new apps and cannot be accessed on legacy clients. But if you’re not ready to make the switch to the new Evernote, you can still try Tasks by installing the latest version of Evernote for Mac or Windows side-by-side with one of our legacy apps. To learn more about how Tasks helps you move beyond remembering to accomplish more, check out this blog post from CEO Ian Small. Thanks for trying out Tasks. We’re excited for all the ways it’ll help you stay on top of your day-to-day. Take care, Shane
    10 points
  3. Hi All, I wanted to let you know that in the latest version of Evernote, you no longer need perfect punctuation to find what you’re looking for. For example, “R.S.V.P” can be found by searching “rsvp” and “mother-in-law” can be found by searching “motherinlaw” or even just “inlaw”. See below for more examples. Watch this video to see this search update in action. As always, feel free to start a thread if you have feedback, or reach out to me directly if you have any questions. Thanks! Shane D.
    10 points
  4. It would be great to be able to add subtasks under a task... since they display similar to a bullet item or check list item, it kept feeling like I should be able to indent the task so that it falls under another one. It would also be great to be able to fill out a few tasks so that they are cascading where completing one makes the next one in the list now ready to do.
    9 points
  5. I follow threads on here, having been an EN user since 2013, most of that time as premium. The last few months have been challenging with changes made not always effective, but the naysaying and doom-mongering is wearing. Despite changes and lags the data has been rock-solid. Every change is adding or backfilling features. The web version is immeasurably improved, the IOS version (on iPhone) is now as fast as before and better laid out. The Windows version has got better, though still not quite as good as Legacy. The thing we are seeing is incremental progress from a scorched earth rebuild. I have been frustrated by some of the changes, but overall kudos to EN, Ian Small and the developers for taking a brave step and implementing it. I fully expect more improvements to come based on evidence of updates in the last 12 months.
    8 points
  6. Love this!! Just a couple of pieces of functionality and I will dump my task manager. I think EN did a great job of this in the first iteration though. I hope full functionality will be available for Premium users. need to be able to snooze tasks not just reschedule reminders or add multiple reminders true recurring tasks: keeps a record that you completed the task this week for example and puts another task to be completed in next week. Show date and time task completed. move the tasks section above shortcuts in the sidebar would love to be able to tag tasks too. for me not critical though EN is becoming indispensable for me again and I welcome it!
    8 points
  7. Can you please also add a way to link to another note from a task? I can foresee that being very useful, i.e. the task might properly live in one note but there could be relevant context for the task in another note. Putting a link right in the task would make it very quick and easy to access both notes when one goes to work on the task in the future.
    8 points
  8. Hello, I'm a person that follows GTD and has been using Omnifocus and before it Todoist, so I know that I come from a very complicated place that Evernote is not trying to replace. With the addition of Tasks you are bringing context to those To-Dos and that it a good thing, but people will only have a task manager and so there is a need to evolve tasks more than just context of the action, you have to incorporate more that allows us to replace our current task managers. Flagged is like starred and it's a good thing. Projects (in GTD) can be the note that incorporates it. Tags is one of the missing things here and there are two ways to go about it: Show me the tags that the original note has, and I will change tags depending on the active action, but this does not help with different tasks that live on the same note. Or for tasks, there should be a new tag field, perhaps #home or !work that work on the line level. These tags should be autocomplete and be able to be filtered (even Microsoft To-Do has this). Indent - I'm a bit skeptical about this because I can see it should be obvious when looking at a note that I should be able to nest the task at least one level. But it would add complexity for something that I'm not sure is worth the trouble. Recurring - this is a must have to be able to replace current task managers. Templates - the current use of templates could be expanded to add templates for tasks (like routines daily). As it currently stands it cannot replace my task manager but I would love to be able to do so.
    7 points
  9. This was the top request in the beta for Tasks. We're definitely looking at the right way to implement it.
    7 points
  10. Great news ! Two things would make it fly for me: iOS widget or an entry to the icon drop down menu, to be able to drop a quick reminder without a need to ramp up the app Apple Watch app, with the possibility of set a quick note / quick reminder gadget as complication on the watch face
    7 points
  11. I strongly stand behind the EN team. I deeply appreciate the effort required to build things ground up when the legacy is already rocking it. Demonstrates vision, courage, leadership and long term commitment to users. The team has been working through the pandemic and delivering the goods. I can find lots of reasons to be dissatisfied but I choose to focus on the EXTRAORDINARY effort of the team. way to go TEAM. And Ian superlative leadership.
    7 points
  12. (Update 2 - we've pushed a patch for 10.14 (10.14.7) to resolve a service related issue.) (Update - there was an issue with our initial release and the quick switcher shortcut was not working. We've pushed an update for this same release that should address the issue. If you have downloaded this update already and the shortcut is not working for you, please see this thread for a fix.) Hello! Today we released Evernote for Windows 10.14 (v 10.14.6 build 2651). This release brings an improvement to search with a new quick "switch to" option to Windows. Hit CTRL-Q to quickly pull up a search box to switch right to your preferred note or notebook. A top requested feature, it is now available on Evernote Windows for the first time. Past release notes are archived here. It is available now via the Windows Store and as a direct download version from our website. If you are already running one of these versions, we are progressively rolling out to compatible devices and the new version will be available on all supported operating systems within 7 days. To learn how Evernote delivers app updates, when you’re eligible for an update, and how to update your Evernote app, visit How Evernote delivers app updates to our customers. New to Windows 10.14 We added a new keyboard shortcut! Quickly search or switch to a note, notebook, or tag by pressing Ctrl-Q on Windows. Evernote for Windows will now open a little faster thanks to some performance improvements. Fixed highlights: If you selected multiple notes but the first one was blank, the app would sometimes forget your selection. The app would sometimes have trouble importing a lot of .enex files at once. When the Evernote app is minimized, the keyboard shortcut for new note windows now only opens a note window instead of the whole app. Coming soon: Quickly search and move to different note using a keyboard shortcut (Mac - CMD+J, Windows - Ctrl+Q) Dragging and dropping note links and tags directly into your note Additional export options (in progress - HTML and export options released in 10.13) Import folder Duplicate more than one note at a time Filtered notes widget for Home
    7 points
  13. Feature Request: Add Outlining Capabilities to Evernote Evernote is great, but it's dying for the ability to create Notes that contain Outlines which are easily collapsed and expanded during creation and in use. One way to implement it would be a switchable editing mode, between standard formatting or outline mode. In outline mode, pressing the Enter key creates a new outline item, and pressing the Tab key changes the current item into a sub-item. Clicking on an item's action icon causes its sub-items to collapse out of, or expand into view. That's the way the Ecco Pro PIM did it, and something simple like that would be a good start for Evernote. The name Evernote implies a product that takes notes -and collapsible/expandable outlines are a huge part of note taking.
    6 points
  14. (Update 2 - we've pushed a patch for 10.14 (10.14.7) to resolve a service related issue.) (Update - there was an issue with our initial release and the quick switcher shortcut was not working. We've pushed an update for this same release that should address the issue. If you have downloaded this update already and the shortcut is not working for you, please see this thread for a fix.) Hello! Today we released Evernote for Mac 10.14 (v 10.14.6 build 2651). This release brings a top requested feature back - quick "switch to". Hit CMD-J to quickly call up a search box to switch right to your note or notebook. Past release notes are archived here. It is available now via the Mac App Store and as a direct download version from our website. If you are already running one of these versions, we are progressively rolling out to compatible devices and the new version will be available on all supported operating systems within 7 days. To learn how Evernote delivers app updates, when you’re eligible for an update, and how to update your Evernote app, visit How Evernote delivers app updates to our customers. New to Mac 10.14 We added a new keyboard shortcut--quickly search or switch to a note, notebook, or tag by pressing Cmd-J on Mac. Fixed highlights: If you selected multiple notes but the first one was blank, the app would sometimes forget your selection. The app would sometimes have trouble importing a lot of .enex files at once. When the Evernote app is minimized, the keyboard shortcut for new note windows now only opens a note window instead of the whole app. Coming soon: Quickly search and move to different note using a keyboard shortcut (Mac - CMD+J, Windows - Ctrl+Q) Dragging and dropping note links and tags directly into your note Additional export options (in progress - HTML and export options released in 10.13) Import folder Duplicate more than one note at a time Filtered notes widget for Home
    6 points
  15. Create a two way sync of tasks with google calendar. So if you plan a meeting in your 'evernote calendar' within google it will show up as a task with that date and time as the deadline. And vice versa if you add a task with a specific time make it show up in your calendar.
    5 points
  16. You can hide finished tasks in the task overview but not within a note. For single projects this is not a problem but for my general task lists this could become a huge note over time so please make it possible to hide finished tasks within the note aswell.
    5 points
  17. Hi, I love the Task feature as it helps in quick notes and reminders to jot down for near future reminders. I tried entering tasks in a table but the functionality is not open for that. Please do the needful regarding same.
    5 points
  18. Snooze instead of creating multiple reminders or rescheduling a current reminder.
    5 points
  19. Hi all, I am very excited to announce that Cmd-J on Mac and Ctrl-Q on Windows are back! You can now quickly switch to the content you want (a note, notebook, or tag) or search by using these keyboard shortcuts in the new Evernote for Desktop. For those of you who used this feature before in older versions of Evernote for Mac and Windows and have been waiting for its return, thank you for your patience. As always, feel free to start a thread if you have feedback, or you can reach out to me directly if you have any other questions. Thanks! Shane D.
    5 points
  20. Will you be able to tag Tasks? Or better yet have Tasks inherited the tags of the notes they are in. I would like to be able to look at the Tasks view and see the note's name, notebook (which is there today) and tags associated with any given task. Today you can filter by "Located In" a Stack, a Notebook or a Note. I like how it limits the filter to just the items that have Tasks. Adding tags to the filter by would be helpful too. The Find Tasks function doesn't seem to find stacks, notebooks
    5 points
  21. If you have a URL in the task title itself, that should get linked in the Tasks view (Tasks link in the navigation bar). We should have that feature working in the editor in the near future. We're also exploring better ways to incorporate links so you don't have to use the link text itself.
    5 points
  22. Will it be possible to have notes area to paste web link or note link?
    5 points
  23. Great feature so far! Is it possible to display 'Tasks' above 'Favorites' (Shortcuts) in the left sidebar? Because I have over 100+ Shortcuts and so you can imagine, that it always takes around 5-10 seconds to scroll down to 'Tasks'... Of course it would be best, if you can decide for yourself in which order the different areas are displayed in the left sidebar... because I have the same problem with 'All Notes' -> It also always takes 5-10 seconds to scroll down to the button (Notes) below the shortcuts. And you always have to keep in mind that 'Notes' & now also 'Tasks' is ALWAYS only ONE button and it actually makes more sense if these two buttons are above 'Shortcuts', because their number doesn't change, while the number of 'Shortcuts' can vary greatly for each user. A user with, say, 5 shortcuts will not find this annoying, while a user (like me) will often find it annoying to have to scroll down 100+ shortcuts each time to get to 'All Notes' and now also to 'Tasks'. That's why the ability to set the order of the areas (Home, Shortcuts, Tasks, Notes, Notesbooks, Tags, Shared, etc.) would be a huge step forward in Evernote (because some users also want to have, let’s say, 'Tags' displayed above 'Shortcuts', for example...). But the first impression of 'Tasks' is definitely positive and I think, I'm not the only one who is happy about the positive development of Evernote! (I published the same post 30 minutes ago, but apparently it disappeared... It had 2 or 3 likes by then, so it seems there is resonance with the improvement of setting the order of the areas for yourself!)
    5 points
  24. I do not have any use for this new Evernote home screen that came with the recent upgrade. I just want it to open in the Notes view, both in Windows and on my Android phone. Is there anyway to do that? I can't find a setting for it.
    5 points
  25. I sent this support ticket today. Maybe if we all make some noise it will get someone's attention... You've removed the ability to sort by tag in the latest releases of EN. This ability was a key reason for thousands of customers implementing a Getting-Things-Done (GTD) scheme to use EN to begin with. Looking on your forums, there are many folks upset over this issue and I see no support or response from you. I've been a premium user for about 8 years but I'm getting ready to say goodbye due to you NOT LISTENING TO YOUR CUSTOMERS. Please let me know either: - When you will restore the functionality that you removed, or - That you have decided to never restore the functionality. If it's the latter, then I will look for an alternative to EN before my subscription renews. I could not be more angry with you over this, not only because of the technical lack of the function itself, but because it conveys an attitude that says you know better than me how I want to work with my information. It's arrogant. I could not care less about what new bloat ***** you want to plop on the home screen and tell me it's a new feature, but do not take core functionality away. I believe I probably speak for thousands of users on this. Are you smart enough to do something about it?
    5 points
  26. A number of posts recently have asked the question "Does Evernote v10 just work?" and a recent post drew a comparison question of the automotive sector, "Do the brakes work?", thinking it should be s simple answer. In order to use the automotive analogy the question would have to be rephrased "Does the car work?" rather than just the brakes. The answer would be, yes. The car works. But sometimes when you step on the gas, the brakes come on and sometimes the opposite happens. Hit the brakes and it speeds up. Sometimes when you steer to the right the car goes to the left. Sometimes it shifts into reverse without you doing anything. Lots of times it will stall halfway through an intersection. But yes, the car works. Evernote v10 is similar. One minute you are typing away, laying down some earth-shaking notes and everything you typed about saving the planet in the last hour has turned into a recipe for cupcakes. Some would say this is not all bad, cupcakes might actually save the world, but is Evernote working? Yes. But not the way it used to. It's not as reliable. You can't depend on it to keep things safe the way it used to. Access to a particular note used to be instant or pretty close. Now, the cupcakes may burn before EN gets the note rendered that tells you how long to keep them in the oven. Or it may tell you that you should change the oil every 5000 miles when you urgently need the information on where that new cancer treatment was located.. So is Evernote v10 just OK. Does the car work? Yes. But I wouldn't pay money for that. There's no warranty, so while it works, it may not work for you. If it works today, there's no guarantee it will work tomorrow and while you can search for a particular note, it may not return the one you want. Save the planet or make cupcakes. Flip a coin. That's Evernote 10. It works. Just.
    5 points
  27. I just test drove (again) the new modern web wrapper version for past two weeks of Evernote for desktop and it's utter garbage in comparison to legacy evernote desktop. Everything from keyboard shortcuts, sharing notes to loading speed takes twice as many click or twice as long to load. Granted I'm a free Evernote user, I used to recommend Evernote to everyone but not anymore. I'm slowing but surely converting away from Evernote. p.s. - even the install size is over double which isn't a big deal because i have unlimited space BUT this is the bloat issue i'm talking about.... triple the size and half as fast 🤔😔... it was just a bad idea to try and re-sell the web version of evernote in a half-baked desktop app.
    5 points
  28. Export to PDF should go out in 10.16 or 10.17
    4 points
  29. I've been using evernote for a decade. This is one of the best features. I hope it becomes something officially adopted by evernote, as it takes a big portion of project management out of the decision making for the user. That's not to say one should be lazier in PM, but it's a great feature. Please keep it!
    4 points
  30. It would be great to be able to copy note links in tasks. A work around is to separate the tasks into different notes and then have note links. But when keeping a list of tasks in one note (i.e. Things To Do) would be preferable.
    4 points
  31. You have 3 options on mobile: Create a template for your note(s), and include the tags in the template as a comma-delimited string - tag1,tag2,tag3 etc. When you activate the template copy/paste that string into the tag field, and it should split into separate tags. The in-note tags are searchable regardless. Create a 'template' note with standard tags which you can duplicate each time a new entry is required. Tags will be duplicated too. Use a text-expander app like Phrase Express Mobile to insert standard groups of keywords as tags.
    4 points
  32. The new version of Evernote on my Android phone retains tags applied to previous notes and applies them automatically to every subsequent note. It is necessary to open the new note and delete each inapplicable old tag every time a new note is created. This is time-consuming and extremely annoying! Please tell me how to make it stop!
    4 points
  33. Hi @MauricioMatias, I'd love to hear your experience with using task reminders so far. What client(s) have you used them on? Any specific things you expect to happen that you don't see happen? Thanks! @silentquest Agree! Snoozing a reminder is a request we want to pursue soon.
    4 points
  34. Wow, thanks for Tasks! This is a really nice and useful feature. Nevertheless, a few requests: - Connect tasks to Google Calendar and other agendas for both due and notification date/time. - Allow for formatting text and including (internal) links into task text. - Add a location field to tasks (connected to Google Maps). Trigger a notification when reaching the location and time. - Add task hierarchies. - Add recurring tasks. - Filter tasks by tags (of their containing note) and allow for saving filters. For example, filter for only work or home related tasks or a certain project. - Delay tasks and move unfinished tasks to today or tomorrow. Cheers. André
    4 points
  35. Tasks are great - and I appreciate its early days. Three requests though 1. Parent and child tasks would be great since some tasks may have multiple tasks 2. Great if you could insert tasks into Evernote tables - since that currently is where our business creates templates from, for the team. And track conversations. 3. Great when you hit the task, it takes you not just to the note, but where you inserted the task request within the note, important if note is long and complex thanks W
    4 points
  36. Please consider adding "My day" like Microsoft to-do, which allows us to select tasks manually, without adding due date or reminder. Imagine there are ten or more tasks we have to deal with in one note.
    4 points
  37. Hi I have a few quick comments (I am on MAC OS) First - great work. The implementation is excellent and has lots of potential. Can you provide the option to hide notes that have completed tasks? For example - I have a single note with the task: * follow up on this with Bob. Once I've completed the task, I no longer need to see the note, or the task in the task list. Currently, all I can do is make the task go to the bottom. Is there a way to make the "add new task" option take up less space? The vertical list of tasks in the task window is rather spread out. In evernote webclipper could I assign a task to a web clipping. For example - I clip an email and put on it a task - follow up with bob on this email. Currently I have to clip the email, then go to evernote and assign a task. Any options for different colored flags? So we could flag for priority etc? When I click on a task it brings up the note. Could it be possible to keep the task list in the middle column and show the note in the right hand column? Currently, the task list goes away and is replaced by the note. If I am working through tasks doing a quick review it would be nice to click on each task and see the note without losing the task list. This would be very annoying for a very long task list. Anyhow - just a few suggestions from someone who's been using EN since 2008!
    4 points
  38. Since last October I have been using the legacy version. Today for testing purpose I installed the latest version, and so far: 1. Only 5 fonts are available. 2. Sorting of notebooks on the left panel is still inconvenient for me: - first notebook stacks with Cyrillic names, - next with English names, but in the legacy version the order is "first English, then Cyrillic" - and I prefer this order, and cannot change it. 3. The "Options" still not present. This is a new fashion - not letting users to customize anything. 4. Notes are opening significantly slower than in the legacy version. Well, at least now I can create a notebook inside a notebook stack... So, after ~8 months the new version is still crappy???
    4 points
  39. In order to be able to view tasks by context without removing it from the project (= note) it would be great to have tags for tasks. In addition to that I would like to group them by Tag in the tasks view.
    4 points
  40. Please add a customizable shortcut for the expand/collapse note button. I'm happy that this feature has been added, but being a button it's clumsy to use when my hands are on the keys.
    4 points
  41. @Stacey Thank you for the detailed posts with visuals. I did understand you correctly the first time - (you are a very clear communicator!) but its always nice to have visuals to make 100% sure since thing can get lost in translation so I appreciate the extra effort you went through with the screenshots and the video to share another use case. @Mike P Thank you for sharing your use case as well. Please know we are actively thinking through this feedback as these are all great points. We love your passion for Evernote and want to help you work efficiently. There is definitely trickiness to designing the UI to accommodate a diverse set of user preferences but we agree we can do better here. Thank you again for the feedback.
    4 points
  42. And your post was 18 days ago. Still no fix. Is Evernote trying to self-destruct and/or be sold at lowest possible value? And no follow-up from staff here or anywhere else? Maybe they see the writing on the wall, too. I don't get it otherwise. For fun, I scanned through all of the recent Google Play reviews and I couldn't find a single positive review out of dozens, perhaps hundreds, of them. Even the worst of apps usually have some positive reviews lol. It is truly breathtaking to watch unfold. Thanks for this.
    4 points
  43. I was beta tester on Evernote since it first was announced. I now have more than 39K notes that reflect business, personal and photography life. Now inaccessible and unusable. I would rather uninstall 10.x and install 8, to use . As a matter of fact, that is what I do, every few days (2) to actually of some sanity to my note life. I bought an ethernet adapter for my Android othersie even 8.X synch would take days. 10.x doesn't update my notes. Stupid idea to use 1/3 of prime android screen real estate to display "Home Black screen for date andtime" - who gives a fk about that! I can look at the top of my phone if I want to know. Synch does not work. 10,9 can't sync any files later than april 4th. Hello its MAY idiots! Completely unusable, never mind that you cannot do a search on the notes previous to April. Support emails go unanswered.
    4 points
  44. For over 10 years that I have been using Evernote I have loved that you could come back fast to the notebook and note you were previously working on when opening the app. SInce the last update to v.10.8.2 you have decided that we want to start in Home when we open the app without asking us and even worst, without letting use choose if we wanted this change. Please give us the option to start the app in the latest notebook used as it has been since the start. Many of us do not use or want to use your new Home page. If you have decided to invest resources in things like Home that the vast majority of your user base didn't ask for it is your own (wrong) decision, but please don't try to shoehorn things like this into our workflow, the only thing you do is alienate your user base. It's puzzling how you dedicate resources to things like Home instead of working in really useful features like e.g., a way to create an in-note table of contents with internal note hyperlinks, something your user base have been screaming for almost since day 1 and that your competition offer years ago.
    4 points
  45. I don't have an opinion on the aesthetics. Maybe it is beautiful. Maybe it is not. But, the home screen definitely does nothing for my workflow. Se the default to "home screen" for everyone if you want, but please let us turn it off if we don't want to use the app that way. And, while you are at it, let us turn off any other popup tutorial. I just want to use the app. How does this look in the real world? This is my anecdote from today. Cue the world's tiniest violin to provide background music for it. I open my phone (Android / Premium subscription), press the icon, and wait several seconds for the app to load. Why is the new app slower than the old one? Then, I get ready to search, but the entire screen is covered by some kind of home screen tutorial. Meanwhile, my colleague is waiting for me to find the document I said I'd have in just a second... I navigate through the home screen, search, and finally locate the document. Great! But, it still isn't downloaded. So, it's going to take a bit longer. Actually, I've been waiting for days to get this notebook offline, sometimes leaving the phone unlocked and the app open on my desk for an hour or two. I am kind of unsure I'll ever get to see the file. Eventually, the PDF comes up, but by then my colleague has fished his own version out of his own pile of papers. What's the point of having this productivity app if I'm less productive than a pile of papers? I can pile up my papers on my desk for free My recommendation is to help us use the app to get stuff done instead of slowing it down, hijacking the app with tutorials / home screens, or degrading functionality (notebooks downloaded for offline use not working properly, for example). I don't see how this experience is "better" than what I had last year.
    4 points
  46. Home is absolutely useless for me! Can I have please propper user settings to switch it off? I want to start evernote with the list of all my notes. Regarding how often I use EN a day there must not additional klicks!
    4 points
  47. WOW! I must admit i was a bit ambivalent about "Tasks" but after only two days experimenting with it it has transformed my entire workflow. I have been an Everote user since 2011 and must say that the changes mad over the past 18mths have made it more and more productive to the extent I would struggle with it.
    3 points
  48. Good start with the Tasks implementation! Now we can go wild... Currently, I do a sort of Kanban by myself by having one note per task, setting Reminders, and storing all these Task/Notes in a single notebook. I can see that now that we have the Tasks feature, it would be great if we could view the Tasks in a visual layout with Columns like Future, Due This Week, Due Today, Past Due, Done or something similar, maybe columns could be user defined with a user selectable filter and sort criteria. For my use of Kanban, generally the Task Name is just the header. When I was using LeanKit Kanban and Evernote together, I would place a Link to a corresponding Evernote Note in each Kanban Item (Card). I would use Evernote to save progress reports and reference data or even a Checklist of items or sub-tasks needed to complete a Kanban Item (Card). I would also use Evernote to save a kind of history or running log for recurring Cards. I have really liked the merging of my Kanban system into Evernote and all I miss at this point is the visual layout with drag and drop. I've tried the Kanbanote product and find that it is very limited by screen size and the inability to scroll the visual view. A nice feature of Leankit Kanban is the ability to drag and drop within a column to control order. In my Evernote system, I use Reminder Time to control the order Today's items show up at the top of my Kanban Item Notebook. The ability to over-ride the Time sort, especially in the "Today" or "Doing" column would be a nice feature for a Kanban view in Evernote Tasks. Is there anyone else thinking along these lines? --John
    3 points
  49. On the desktop clients at least you need to have added something to the search box in order for it to be defined as a "search" and hence able to be saved as a "saved search". You can then filter the search results if you need to. If you start from all notes and simply filter using the filter menu you do not get the option to save the filter. To give an example with tags, if I search for the RKanalysis tag using the search syntax I can save the search. If I simply filter by clicking the tag in the sidebar or by using the filter menu I get the same results but do not have the option of saving the search because EN does not think it is a search. The workaround is to search for * before filtering. No option to save as I've just filtered all notes: Search for * and then filter and I have the option to save: I totally agree that we need search syntax for tasks!
    3 points
  50. I think it would be a great idea for evernote to propose an Remarkable app/ interaction. As a focused, efficient, cheap ideapad/ note taking in meetings/ pdf annotation system/ etc.
    3 points
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