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walice

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  1. Hello - copying my reply to a similar thread on this (http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/38854-how-do-i-add-a-todo-from-ifttt/) Not sure it's the done thing etiquette-wise, but I thought I would share my solution. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This is what I did. I inspected element on a browser with a note which had existing checkboxes and got the address of the .gif they use for checkboxes. My IFTTT recipe looks like this: <img src="/images/rte_todo_unchecked.gif">{{Title}}<br>{{Url}}<br><br> When I tried it with <input type="checkbox"> it didn't work so I resorted to inserting the .gif instead. It works fine and it's even clickable! The only annoying thing is that Evernote somehow inserts a <br> between the checkbox and the {{Title}}, despite not including it in the IFTTT recipe. If you have any ideas on how to get rid of that - I'm all ears! Cheers.
  2. This is what I did. I inspected element on a browser with a note which had existing checkboxes and got the address of the .gif they use for checkboxes. My IFTTT recipe looks like this: <img src="/images/rte_todo_unchecked.gif">{{Title}}<br>{{Url}}<br><br> When I tried it with <input type="checkbox"> it didn't work so I resorted to inserting the .gif instead. It works fine and it's even clickable! The only annoying thing is that Evernote somehow inserts a <br> between the checkbox and the {{Title}}, despite not including it in the IFTTT recipe. If you have any ideas on how to get rid of that - I'm all ears! Cheers.
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