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  1. I believe what the normal person (outside the Evernote ecosystem and parlance) would call a "checkbox" is simply called a "to-do" in Evernote, correct? Just making sure I'm not missing anything obvious.
  2. I would love to see the Reminders capabilities built out further in Evernote. I'm a typical user so I do not know how the business accounts or premium accounts work, but setting something up to work like Outlook (i.e., with snooze capabilities to remind me every 30 minutes or 60 minutes) would be great. Also, being able to pull all notes with reminders into their own category would be very helpful, especially on the phone apps. I use a Windows Phone and the app "Live Tile" highlights that I have a note with a reminder, however, I have no idea which not has the reminder without opening every notebook and finding it manually. Having the reminder notes on the first page after opening the app would be great. These are just suggestions. Thanks, James
  3. I've tried using the much anticipated Reminders feature for a while, but have since given up on it, finding it actually unusable (I don't want to, I'd like to keep using them!) Why? Because they are not handled well by Evernote, and in general they hang around like a bad smell, getting in the way like yesterday's newspaper It seems the only way to get rid of them is to go in and manually delete them – which is really not the way to handle temporal events Here is what I can offer with the time I have available to devote to this issue: Why aren't they in the sidebar, and out of "Notes"? Why isn't there a case for an "expired" (i.e., the date has come and gone), but not marked done reminder? These need their own treatment (i.e., hide them), they don't need to hang around collecting dust – it just makes Reminders unusable Even if you mark them done, they don't go away as they should; and in fact, even so much as clicking on Reminders automatically checks the "Show Recently Completed Reminders" Box ! Are users expected to go into EN and delete reminders after marking them done? If that's the case, why even have a marked done status? TL;DR: Reminders are a very cool idea, need to keep iterating on it, don't just leave as-is to rot! This is a first attempt and there are almost certainly going to be issues like this to fix This analysis is done because I like Evernote and want to see it improve; it's a valuable asset to me and my work, so thanks very much for it
  4. Using the Android client v6.1 Since sometime in the past few days (since the 'tags' icon appeared, which is a welcome addition, thanks!) I've had the following bug: When you change the date of an existing reminder the current date and time is lost. It always shows 08:00 Today, as if you were adding a reminder date where there wasn't one. This fails the use case of "remind me in one hour" or "remind me at the same time tomorrow" etc. The previous behaviour was to show the currently set reminder date and time, which is what it should do. Does anyone else see this? Second bug: If you click cancel the reminder date is removed. That is not what cancel means - if the dialogue is supposed to remove the reminder date (a valid action) the label should be 'Remove'. Anyway, I am pretty sure that previously it would cancel the dialogue and leave the existing reminder date and time in place. Thanks!
  5. Feature: I'd like the ability to add multiple reminders within a single note, i.e. have a task, and then subtasks. Example: Let's say I need to clean my room. I'd like to be able to have a note for the task "Clean my Room", and then have SUBTASKS within that note attached to the checkboxes (such as sweep, vacuum, etc.) This would be SUPER convenient and would reduce clutter... Why: Applications which add subtasks have been very helpful for me when planning extensive projects (and I'm a bit disorganized so I need a bit of help with reminders). I really like a lot of Evernote's features but the lack of subtasks sort of ruins the app for me as far as it helps my productivity...
  6. Can anyone help me? Whenever I am working through my reminders list (and deleting jobs that have been done) once I have deleted a job the cursor goes flying back to the top of the list - which means I lose my place in the list and have to scroll down to find where I was up to. It is driving me nuts! Am I doing something wrong? Does anyone have any wisdom?
  7. [uPDATED July 4, 2014 - Our 1-year anniversary] Never again forget tasks lost in your notes. Stop wasting time transferring tasks from Evernote to your dedicated task app. TaskClone copies or "clones" your todos OUT of Evernote and INTO your favorite task app (40+ supported). After a year of development, see our post on the 8 Ways TaskClone Improves Evernote Productivity: Cloning tasks to your task app Aggregating tasks across Evernote into one "task list" note (free and no task app required) Sending tasks to multiple task apps (e.g. home & work) Setting due dates, assignees, tags and more Adding default parameters to each task (e.g. tag, folder) Creating new notes from each task Creating iOS Reminders from tasks Scheduling events in Google CalendarTo get a <2min preview of TaskClone in action, check the video. TaskClone was built on a few premises: While many seek an all-in-one solution for tasks, notes, calendar and email, we should not sacrifice a full feature-set that allows start dates, due dates, reminders, assignees, prioritization, context and categorization.Rather than compromise, we want the best software for each need while simplifying integration among them and minimizing cost. For us, this means building the perfect task app is a job for someone else. Not Evernote and not TaskClone.Being able to add Reminders at the note level is not sufficient for those who don't need a reminder on a whole note, but on the many tasks that might be within that note which may have very different due dates, priorities, assignees, etc.Everyone seems to have a different workflow, so flexibility is very important. A Great Year! It's been wonderful hearing from so many how TaskClone has solved practical problems and made them more productive. Social media and the blogosphere have been great. DottoTech Youtube | TaskClone - The Evernote Answer to Tasks, To-do's and Appointments Get Organized! | Using TaskClone to Link Evernote to Your To-Do ListFacilethings | Turn Information into ActionSimplicitybliss | Automatically Getting Todos from Evernote Meeting Minutes into your Task Management AppDoit.im | A New Feature! Putting Evernote to Doit.im!Tablet Productive | Supercharge Task Creation with Evernote and TaskClone TaskClone supports almost every popular online task or project management app, including: AsanaWunderlistTodoistTrelloToodledoOmnifocusAny.doPodioIQTELLRemember the MilkNirvanaNozbeWrikeMyLifeOrganizedGoogle TasksWe also wrote an article about the 10 Best Task Apps with Evernote Integration if you would like even deeper integration with Evernote. Thanks again. The Evernote community has been fantastic!
  8. Through the helpful comments on this forum, I have discovered that there is a way (in Windows client) to view reminders in date order while in the snippet or card view. But . . . when you click on the icon to switch between snippet, card, or (my favorite) list view, there is a fourth option underneath those three choices: "sort by . . ." Could reminder date be added to that? I understand that not all notes have reminder dates. So sort in this way: those that have dates, those that have only reminder flag, those that have nothing. Can't do that? OK. I would settle for. even prefer, being allowed to add the reminder fields (if there is more than one) as column header options when in the list view. That is what I would really like. Any chance? Greg P.S. I have tried using the search flags related for reminders and don't find them to function as advertised (for the most part). I have only tried using them while in the list view, but that shouldn't make a difference, right?
  9. Hello, I am a fairly new Evernote user. One of the primary features I use in Evernote is Reminders. For my productivity system I use Evernote linked with Remember the Milk and Google Apps. When I create a reminder in Evernote it creates a task that I can manipulate in Remember the Milk. There is also a link to the Evernote note in the Remember the Milk Task. Amazingly Productive. However, I am a Ubuntu user, so I primarily access Evernote through Evernote Web Beta, Everpad for Linux, and the Evernote Phone App... In that order. Everpad does not have the ability to set reminders, and now neither does Evernote Web Beta!!! This means that when I create a note in Everpad or Evernote Web Beta, I need to then go to my phone to create a reminder. Not Amazingly Productive!!! Am I missing something? Any thoughts? Will this soon be available in the new web app? Thank you in advance for your time.
  10. Just a heads up. There is an app in the App store called "Sunrise" that is free and a pretty good replacement for the built in iOS calendar. As a bonus, it will quickly scan your Evernote notes and put reminders in your calendar view. Works pretty well. I have it on both my iPad and iPhone. It can also connect Facebook, Tripit, GitHub, Linked in, and several other accounts and show those on your calendar. I wish any Evernote client had a decent way to show reminders due, but they are just hidden lists no matter which platform you are on (I've not first hand experience with the Mac and Android platform - I'd be surprised if it was much better than iOS, Web, Windows, Windows Phone)
  11. Can you tell me if i get it right ! If i make a reminder on my mac ...! To sync to my iPhone evernote app without open the app i must pay premium account ? Otherwise the only sync is when i open my iPhone app ?
  12. Hi, I am not receiving email reminders. I have the Option checked under settings to receive digest. My email on file @icloud.com is not receiving reminders of opened or unfinished tasks.
  13. I have decided to add the Evernote widget to my iphone ios 8 version "today" screen. I created a reminder in my mac Evernote application. I have synced Evernote on my mac, and my iphone. This reminder does not display when I either click on reminders in either the iphone widget or the iphone application. A calendar does display with the option to create a new reminder. Also, I am able to view the reminder when I view the notebook I have established for this note-reminder, This makes sense but would not users want a display of their current reminders that have already been scheduled? Perhaps I am missing something....Any help will be appreciated. Thank you.
  14. I've been using Followup.cc for a while to set up reminders by email - it's the service where you join your email address, then send emails to "2weeks@followup.cc" to get a reminder in the appropriate time. There are variations for days, dates, times etc.. and now there's a Beta service for their Evernote integration, which also allows you to set up repeating reminders. That's not supported in Evernote (big surprise) but it is possible using Followup's own (paid) services. Repeats can be edited on their website. Oh - and you can create a note and add tags and tasks with #<tag> +<task> as part of the process. More information here - https://followupcc.groovehq.com/knowledge_base/categories/evernote-integration-beta-feature and here https://followup.cc/addons
  15. I'm sure this is addressed someplace but I couldn't find anything... Is there anyway to put reminders or alarms on individual notes? If not are there plans to do so? This would be a great feature! RBSplat "This country has come to feel the same when Congress is in session as when the baby gets hold of a hammer." ~Will Rogers
  16. The latest version of TuskTools Calendar, released today, adds support for Evernote Reminders, including recurring reminders. Reminders support In TuskTools Calendar, normally you define an "appointment" - that is, a note which will appear on your TuskTools Calendar (and your Google Calendar if you're synching that) - by writing a date string within the note, like ##7/10/14 from 8:30 to 9:30 am##. Now, if you place a + sign at the end of your note Title, and you set a Reminder on the note, the + tells TuskTools to use the note's Reminder as the "appointment time" instead of a date string like ##7/12/14 at 8 am##. Because Evernote Reminders do not have ending times, the appointment will always be 30 minutes long in your TuskTools (and Google) calendars. Once you mark the Reminder as Done in Evernote, it will be removed from your TuskTools (and Google) calendars. Recurring Reminders Following on the above, if you want to define a recurring Reminder, instead of just a + sign at the end of the note Title, you add a recurrence indicator as follows: +D Recur daily +W Recur weekly +M Recur monthly +Y Recur yearly If you want to indicate a larger interval, just add a number after the + sign. For example: +2W Recur every 2 weeks +6M Recur every 6 months For example, say you want to be reminded to pay your quarterly homeowner fees. Just create a note with a Title like: Pay Potomac Grove Homeowners Association Fees +3M and set a reminder on that note for the next upcoming due date. Then, each time you mark that reminder as Done, it will automatically be adjusted to its next occurrence (and the Complete indicator removed).
  17. Seems redundant to create a task, and assign a date/time to it, but the separate note just takes up space on my screen, whatever platform I use. Am I missing a need for this? Maybe have an option to turn off separate notes? I just don't get it.
  18. One missing feature that reduces the utility of Evernote's reminders is that reminders are only displayed when looking at all notes in Windows or on the web. That is, when you're looking at your default notebook or another notebook, reminders aren't displayed. (Maybe I'm missing how to do that; I'd like this to be user oversight, rather than an absent feature.) When I use Evernote I'm usually looking at my default notebook, not all notes. It would be great if the reminder list could appear when you have your default notebook or another notebook open.
  19. I love Evernote Reminders, but a few changes would be useful: Recurring remindersIntegration with Google CalendarReminders via SMSTo be useful, they need to be quick to setup!Evernote should drop the Reminder syntax from the subject line (what is the full Reminder options even documented for the subject line?????)Evernote should follow this syntax to setup Reminders via email: https://www.followupthen.com/how#timeformats It would be much more convenient to send a Reminder email to my Evernote account using e.g. 1week@evernote.com. Evernote would use the from email address to determine which account to send the information to. Without the above, I find I'm still having to subscribe to the FollowUpThen service
  20. I love using Evernote on my laptop, but not so much on my iPhone. Can I be the only one who finds it hard to jot a quick thought in the Evernote iPhone app? Because of this, I developed a fast app that's great for quick notes and (especially) lists, and saves back to Evernote. It’s called UpWord. I’d love to hear if anyone else finds Evernote’s iPhone app a bit hard to use, and if anyone thinks my app is helpful. Feature requests and feedback are welcome. Thank you! Get UpWord Notes for Free: Tap this link on your iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/US/app/id778883247?mt=8, or Search “UpWord” in the App Store Benefits: Swipe List: create lists, cross off as done, and highlight as important - with one simple swipe One-Tap Reminders: quickly save a note or task for later Repeating reminders Organize with folders & favorites Save to Evernote Beautiful design themes & fonts for personalization Multi-level undo & redo Opens straight to a new note to capture ideas faster (turn on in "Settings") Full-text search (titles & note contents) Word count Night mode, for typing in the dark Sort notes by recency, alphabetical order, or reverse-alphabetical
  21. When I look at my list of Reminders in iOS, I can see the time of day for each item. In Windows, it just says Today, Tomorrow, or a date. That's not nearly as helpful. Sometimes the time of an upcoming deadline is very important. But the only way to view the exact time of the Reminder is to open the Reminder function as though I'm going to change the date/time. I'm trying to use Evernote as a complete replacement for iOS (Siri) Reminders, similar productivity app, and for creating reminder events in my Google calendar. At the point at which Evernote makes other apps unnecessary, Evernote will be worth the payment for Premium. So there's a suggestion.
  22. On Evernote for Mac, you can see your upcoming reminders in the "all notes" view. Since I use Evernote for school, It's nice to have a quick glance at what I have coming next. However, this functionality is not quite as accessible on iOS. You have to navigate away from the homescreen, then click on the small reminder icon at the bottom of the screen. Then, you can see a list of your reminders. I would like to have a section devoted to reminders on the homescreen, just like there are shortcuts, notes, and notebooks sections. This would make reminders much more accessible on the go. Any thoughts?
  23. I installed the Windows EN client on a new Windows 7 system. Many (like 100s) of reminders that I had cleared have reappeared...dating back to last summer. They don't show up in the Android client, the web client, OR my other Windows 7 system. To be clear, I believe they are all notes that I didn't delete but rather just cleared the reminders associated with them. The Reminders are still active with due dates in the past. How can I make them go away?
  24. Just started using reminders to try and use this as a task list (having come from any.do, wunderlist and astrid) Reading other posts, every solution to lingering checked reminders is to turn them off. But I like to see them for a while to remind myself what I've accomplished. However, I infer from the language of "Recently Completed" that these completed reminders will eventually become old and no longer be recent and therefore drop off the reminder list. What's the time frame? How old does a task have to be before it no longer shows in the Reminders section with a checkmark and a line through it?
  25. When you view by snippets or cards, all the notes with reminders are listed at the top. But when you view the list, there is no way to tell which notes have reminders. Also, I don't see "sort by Reminders" as an option. It would be useful.
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