I'll also offer a +1 for this feature. I put todo items in my notes and have a search that shows me a list of all notes with unchecked boxes. I like being able to have my todos in the context of the meeting I'm taking notes on, for instance. Or to have the todo in a note with all the related emails, web pages and comments that I'm gathered so far to carry out the todo action. So I want to be able to search for notes with unchecked boxes ( I can do this) and then within the note search for the unchecked box to see the details of what I need to do next. Often a note where I record the outcomes of a recurring meeting will have many checked boxes for completed todos and a few unchecked boxes for the uncompleted ones. I'd like to be able to find the unchecked ones without scanning the note visually.
mmeredith replied to msadesign's topic in Evernote for iOS Issues (Versions 8.24.6 and under)I make a separate note for each todo item. I tag the item with a tag that identifies which todo list this is a part of. For each todo list I create a saved search todo:false tag:listname. The results of the search don't look like a list each on one line, but it does the job.