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Tiago Forte

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    Inline Tags / Create Anchor Points in Notes

    This is such a clever hack of text expanders. I use one for Mac called aText, but it doesn't have the ability to listen for keys, only text replacement. I've been thinking of switching to a different program for awhile, and this may be the motivation I need to make the jump. It's pretty annoying having to do a search in the universal search box, then click on a note, than do cmd-F, then cycle through each occurrence in the note. Seems like the most natural thing you'd want to do after doing a global search is see all the specific places it appears. Thanks!
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    Inline Tags / Create Anchor Points in Notes

    +1 to this idea. It would allow much finer-grained control of links between notes, allowing us to jump quickly between sections of notes. Another way to do this would be inline tags. Allow us to write #keyword anywhere in the body of the note, and be able to search for these inline tags separately from the note title, note tags, and normal text.
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    productivity Using Evernote for GTD

    After much experimentation, I realized that for me Evernote was not ideal as a task manager. It is designed to do everything, when I need something faster, simpler, and more focused for task management. I've helped a lot of people get set up with a basic GTD system, so I created an online course on using Evernote to implement GTD-based workflows on Skillshare: Would love to get feedback/reactions from all of you on the content.
  4. Hi Evernote community, I've just launched an online course on using Evernote for productivity and workflow design: http://skl.sh/15EHjT9 My goal is to get people who are new to Evernote/GTD set up with a solid workflow and system that they can measure and improve over time. You can sign up for 25% off using code EVERNOTE, and I'd love to hear your thoughts on the course content. Tiago
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