(A new, ~clearer, version of my reply.) acgummad, Re: your comment: "I would love to have a way to mark certain lines in my notes that allow Evernote to automatically add those lines to a to-do list." . -->How I use Evernote as a To--Do List, Task Manager: [*1] 1) Insert the curser at the beginning of any line in an Evernote Note > then right click > choose "To Do" > choose "Insert Checkbox". Evernote will insert a checkbox. 2) Notes containing these checkboxes (sometimes referred to as 'To Do' notes) can later be called up by typing variations of the todo: operator in the Evernote search field. Three Examples: To show all notes containing checkboxes that are not checked: todo:false To show all notes containing checkboxes that are checked: todo:true To show all notes containing checkboxes that are either checked or not checked: todo:* 3) This operator can also be used with other search operators to perform more specific searches of your 'To Do' notes. For example, if you wanted to see all of your undone To-Do items in your Tasks notebook, you could find those by issuing this search: notebook:Tasks todo:false. Or, just highlight your Task notebook and use this search: todo:false . 4) Use the Checkboxes with the Evernote [Note >"Copy Note Link"] and [Format > "Hyperlink ..."] features, and -->you have your Evernote To--Do List, Task Manager! David [*1] Using text copied from Evernote Help, with my annotations. (assumed OK with Phil and Stephan).