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  1. I think you're right. Evernote is great for archiving and retrieving but just a little too cumbersome for those lightening quick tasks you want to jot down, execute then forget. I guess the clue is in the name
  2. Is there a way to automatically delete the note when the reminder is marked as completed? Otherwise I can't see how this works for quick todos noted like "buy bread". Do I then manually find and delete the original note after ticking the reminder? Am I missing something obvious?
  3. Thanks Jeff and BnF, that's really useful. I was thinking along similar lines of having broad base tags PEOPLE, PLACES, ACTIONS, PROJECTS and then combining these with subtags a you described. So a note to remind me to mow the lawn would be tagged with todo (within ACTIONS) and Home (Within PLACES). Although I'm not sure how I would then integrate images and ideas for reference.
  4. I'm just starting to get my head round the enormous potential of Evernote. I understand the idea of universal capture but, to be honest, I'm struggling to come up with a notebook or tagging structure that will allow me to organise and retrieve it all. I appreciate this is "horses for courses" but if you'd care to share your tagging/notebook system and any comments I'd be very grateful. Cheers. Ian
  5. I would just like to add my vote to those who would prefer to see tags have a hierarchy.
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