I agree the above is annoying. It would be great to have a saved search using the "reminderTime:day -reminderTime:day+1" search in Windows client however I do have a work around. Requirements: An ability to clip emails easily into Evernote. I use MS Outlook with the Evernote plugin however I know the web clipper works well with Gmail; I'm not an expert on clipping with hotmail etc. so you'd have to find a way to clips emails from other sources.Evernote daily reminder email.Process: Receive reminder e-mail Clip e-mail to EvernotePros: Means you have a "table of contents" note created for you each day, with very little manual input. I reckon someone with better skills than I would be able to create a script however in order to automate the process on turning the PC on.The name of each note will have a note link to that note. By clipping the reminder note into Evernote you can use that note link to open the note with the reminder directly in the Windows client. If you were to open the note from the email client itself it would open the link in your browser (I prefer to work exclusively in the desktop client).You can make notes next to the name of each note. So you could write a number next to each item in order to indicate priority, or a person's name in order to indicate who is responsible for the task.Cons: It's not dynamic like a search would be if it worked. If you add a reminder for the same day then it's unlikely to be included in the reminder email for that day. I tend to receive reminder e-mails around 5 AM GMT but I'm not sure if this depends on your location or if all reminder emails are sent out by Evernote at the same time. Having said the above it's not difficult to add another line to the reminder note via copy/paste note link function.