Recently, my colleague who uses OneNote shows me a very interesting feature in OneNote, which I could not find in EverNote; I am think very hard if I should switch to OneNote to enjoy this feature!
In OneNote, I can add many tags to mark each To Do inside the note book; For example :
- I have one note for meeting minutes; There are some To Do in the minutes and I must follow it;
- In the meantime, I have another note for one Project; There are some To Do in the project notes which I must follow it as well;
OneNote has a button called "Find Tags", it creates a summary view of all the To Do from different notes; I can click on each To Do and jump between different projects; This feature is so efficient to have a overview of all outstanding To Do items across all notes!
In Evernote, I can create only one type of check box for To Do items; And I must go through each notes to find open To Do items; There is no central place to view all my open To Do across all the notes!
Please check the attached screen capture for more details; In my company, I support Evernote, my colleague support OneNote, We always make joke to each other and try to prove one product is better than another; However, I feel I am losing this time;
Can EverNote provide similar feature in future?
Please do not let me down...
A Evernote Supporter from China