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adkisson

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  1. I tried Filterize and didn't like it, so I wrote my own. This solution depends on Mac Automation. Mobile users with a Mac can benefit if you leave it running. This script accepts natural language tags in a variety of formats that begin with "repeat". Yes, these are actual tag names. "repeat every 3 days" "repeat Tuesday" "repeat monthly" "repeat daily at 5pm" "repeat 2 weeks" "repeat every Wed" "repeat yearly" "repeat every 3 months 8AM" "repeat July 4" "repeat Feb 17th at 8:30pm" When it detects a note with a repeat tag and a completed reminder, it automatically resets the reminder time to the date specified. EDIT: I updated script to support multiple recurrences. It picks the earliest one found. You could use ["repeat Mon", "repeat Wed", "repeat Fri"] to make a M/W/F repeating schedule. Or you could use ["repeat 1st", "repeat 16th"] to setup a bi-monthly schedule. I set mine up to run via cron every minute. It acts similar to Filterize, but this is FREE. crontab -e * * * * * osascript $HOME/Library/Scripts/Evernote-recurring.scpt Feedback welcome. Evernote-recurring.scpt
  2. I tried Filterize and didn't like it, so I wrote my own. This solution depends on Mac Automation. Mobile users with a Mac can benefit if you leave it running. This script accepts natural language tags in a variety of formats that begin with "repeat". Yes, these are actual tag names. "repeat every 3 days" "repeat Tuesday" "repeat monthly" "repeat daily at 5pm" "repeat 2 weeks" "repeat every Wed" "repeat yearly" "repeat every 3 months 8AM" "repeat July 4" "repeat Feb 17th at 8:30pm" When it detects a note with a repeat tag and a completed reminder, it automatically resets the reminder time to the date specified. EDIT: I updated script to support multiple recurrences. It picks the earliest one found. You could use ["repeat Mon", "repeat Wed", "repeat Fri"] to make a M/W/F repeating schedule. Or you could use ["repeat 1st", "repeat 16th"] to setup a bi-monthly schedule. I set mine up to run via cron every minute. It acts similar to Filterize, but this is FREE. crontab -e * * * * * osascript $HOME/Library/Scripts/Evernote-recurring.scpt Feedback welcome. Evernote-recurring.scpt
  3. The key was Evernote remembered whether reminders were visible or not from the last time you were in a notebook. It seems in Evernote 6 they saved that as a preference somewhere in the app. My workflow has been single click for a long time. The Android/Web clients are still single-click (they remember if reminders were open). I just checked both, they still follow the Evernote 6 model of remembering whether the user had made reminders visible. If you don't believe me, I can find an old Evernote 6 for Mac installer and create a movie to demonstrate. Or you can try the Android/Web client yourself.
  4. It might be a feature request, and it's kind of saying "Hey Evernote! Your newest feature just made my workflow harder. Help!" The issue is this: the latest Evernote defaults to showing the notes tab every time (see screenshots). But I have an actions/todo notebook I ALWAYS want to show reminders for. This means I must click twice to show reminders (1. go to notebook; 2. go to reminders tab). Sure it's an extra click, and it won't kill me. And I understand why Evernote re-organized it, and honestly it looks better. But is there anyone else struggling with the extra click step introduced by the latest update?
  5. I can understand why Evernote split the Notes and Reminder views into two tabs. However I have a ToDo notebook that consists of 100% reminders. The Reminders view is always what I select in that notebook without exception. I also have a few tags that are always reminders without exception. Can you add an option to default it to Reminders tab? Even if it's a hidden view preference or option so it doesn't bother other users.
  6. Android on my phone does have a nearly identical reminders view with checkboxes and drag/drop sorting that's on the desktops. The reminders sorting mechanism is a bit different too. All the non-iOS apps have a common sorting order that the user can re-order how they want. The sort order is preserved when you switch between Mac / Windows and Android or the web app, which means your Todo list stays in the same order you chose when you switch back and forth. The attached picture is from Android. The reminders view also shows due dates if set.
  7. The iPad version of Evernote is sorely missing my favorite feature that is in every other Evernote client. A dedicated to-do list view of reminders, with checkboxes and drag/drop sorting. To be fair Evernote iOS does have this view under the reminder clock popup after you click edit, but it vanishes from the screen if you tap on anything. You must tap the reminder clock and then tap edit each time to use it. This is the view I use most often: checkboxes with sorting capability. All 4 of the other Evernote clients (Windows, Mac, Android, and Web) have this view as a dedicated feature. I primarily use Evernote as a to-do list and hop back and forth between operating systems (Mac and iPad at home, Windows at work, and an Android phone). Having to tap two buttons every time I want to check off the next item in my to-do list is a pain. Can this be a feature request, to bring iOS Evernote up to the same level as the rest of the Evernote suite? All the others work beautifully.
  8. If it doesn't add significantly to the appeal of the software to new users, why would Evernote spend resources on changing it? Mac has supported multiple main Evernote Windows for a while now. One of my favorite features. Command-Option-N is the shortcut. Now if they would only give us wiki capabilities (follow link to create new note), that would be AWESOME.
  9. +1 This feature would be very valuable for comparing the contents of multiple notebooks.
  10. This feature has been on my top 10 wishlist for almost a year. Other wishes would be linking to tags, notebooks and saved searches. What we really need is a keyboard shortcut for wiki linking to a new note. What I've found so far is this workflow for the Windows client. It is not ideal, but it gets the job done. Highlight the word or phrase you want to wiki link. Press Window-A to create a new note from the highlighted text. Note: Depending on how your Clipper options are set, Evernote may or may not switch focus to the new note. Copy the note link from the new note. This forces a client sync which can be slow at times. Note: There is no official shortcut for this. However pressing (Alt+N) followed by (Alt+L) will work regardless of where your cursor is. And you don't have to let go of the Alt key for this trick. I remember to combo as Note Link Switch back to the previous note where you want the link to appear. Note: There are forward and backward navigation buttons in the menu bar. I haven't found a shortcut key for this yet. Highlight the text where the link should go. Paste the note link. Note: Be careful. If the highlighted selection is long, it might be trimmed to a shorter length.
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