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totaljoe

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  1. Of course everyone's needs will be different with this sort of thing. I tend to keep my organization system in Evernote on the simple side as to avoid wasting too much time deciding where notes should go. I have found a sweet spot at the moment having just two distinct notebooks. One is a default notebook where I keep everything that is not a receipt or a bill. This one gets used and looked at on a daily basis. My Receipts and bills and such get archived off in a separate folder called "Receipts." This way they are out of the way and don't clutter up the default notebook. Then I have a public notebook which I haven't found much use for yet, but it's there nonetheless. My personal philosophy with tags is to keep the number of them manageable and to not nest them. I keep around 10, and I delete tags I'm not using anymore. I don't like to spend too much time tagging and I don't like guessing later at how I may have tagged a particular note. I'm not saying any of this is good or bad. It's just how one person uses folders and tags in Evernote.
  2. The iTunes release notes state that you can "Check and uncheck "To-do" list items. I could be wrong, I take this to mean you can only check and uncheck boxes already created on the desktop app. But you still can't add check boxes to notes on the iPhone, and therefore you can't create to-do lists on the phone. I hope I'm wrong.
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