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  1. Exactly! So to clarify, Evernote Team, it would be SO wonderful if you could apply these two features: Chronological Sort (and toggle ascending or descending) Auto-Set Reminders To checklists within a note - a one-click button - something fast, user-friendly and easily accessible for a casual Evernote user like myself! 😊 Thank you for reading! ~Astraea
  2. Thanks for the reply! Ideally I would like this feature to be available across all platforms since I use Evernote on my PC, Mac, iPad and Android. I'm particularly talking about a To Do list using checkboxes in a normal note like in my screenshot attached. Again, it would recognize different time formats: 8pm is the same as 8 pm or 8:00pm, for instance. Also, you can click a separate button to Auto Set Reminders - which will send a reminder at 7am, 10:30am and 8pm respectively--without coding of course! (This is for the casual users like me.)
  3. Hi Evernote Team! First I wanted to say, THANK YOU so much for all the new features you've been implementing on your preview/Beta platforms, it's SUPER EXCITING!! So here is an idea for a feature I would love to have on the next version! Ability to Sort a List by Chronological Order - I organize my schedule of To Do lists by dates and times; would be nice if you could click a "chronological sort" button and it will reorganize that list from earliest to latest time. It will also recognize times in multiple (4:30pm, 430pm, 430PM, etc) formats and will allow you to e
  4. Hi Evernote Team! Originally I had these ideas consolidated into one post but a user suggested I post individually to welcome discussion. Here is an idea for features I would love to have on the next version: ALL Notes, Even Erased Notes, Will Be Saved in Archive UNTIL Manually Deleted - would LOVE to have this. To clarify, "Even Erased Notes" does not just mean DELETED notes, because we already have the ability to go into the trash and fish out accidentally deleted notes. What I mean is, similar to iOS Time Machine or Google Doc's ability to track/compare every edit made,
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