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ASMFL

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  1. I use iOS so I didn't know that dragging a checklist was already enabled on Android - thanks for mentioning that! The changes to Evernote Web are progressing VERY NICELY and I can't wait for the mobile apps to mimic the web interface! An update to the desktop app will be appreciated as well, but I'm starting to move away from the desktop app due to how good the web app has become!
  2. It was great to watch this video of all the amazing changes being made to the mobile platform and across all of Evernote. Will we be able to drag checklist items on mobile to reorder them just as we can on the new web interface? Keep up the great work - the changes are inspiring me to use Evernote in ways that I have always wanted!!! Thanks, -Andrew
  3. This is my first post on the Evernote Forum and I have been an Evernote user for about 10 years. I LOVE Evernote, but only since the AMAZING changes recently have I fully committed to using a note for my tasks/dashboard. I like a simple approach to everything and I use GTD, but I even simplify that! Attached is a photo (I removed all my personal Goals and Tasks - I'm shy) of my dashboard that I have developed to streamline whats displayed and for ease of execution - if it's not easy to use, then I won't use it! This dashboard became useful with the release of the new CHECKLIST feature, which allows for individual checkmark items to be dragged to different positions. My dashboard does the following: - EVERYTHING in 1 View - Checkmark Items can be Dragged Anywhere - COLUMNS follow GTD, but I added GOALS to increase my exposure to them. Items progress from Right to Left to reach MY GOALS! - ROWS are colored categories of my life (work, personal, family, daughter, wife) - EASY to VIEW and NAVIGATE on mobile, but I'm looking forward to the movable checklist items on mobile (I think they're coming soon!) Thank you to everybody who shared their dashboard. I enjoyed seeing all of them! - Andrew
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