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  1. Hello... I realize Evernote does not consider itself a "task" tool, but the to do list check-box feature is a nice way to capture actions and follow-ups from the many notebooks I have running based on the project. I also realize that I can search todo:* to see all the check-boxes that exist and whether or not they are checked or not. However, I don't think the results of that search are all that useful. I prefer to see a single view. However, here is the feature I'd like to see and I'm wondering if others feel the same: All 'check-boxes' can be auto aggregated into a singular notebook view or dynamic todo list and still remain in their individual notebooks. That singular view of all the check-boxes would show the following: - The action/todo - What notebook it resides in - Perhaps a priority flag (nice to have, but not needed) If I check the box as complete in either the aggregated notebook or the original notebook itself, the action reflects in both places. My two cents... bdt
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