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One third party app that didn't get a lot of love (apparently) is/ was Microsoft Cache - an "Evernote-Keep" competitor launched as a Garage project last year. It may be evidence of the difficulty of creating a competitive product in this market that Cache is being closed down... http://www.cio.com/article/3159672/windows/microsoft-kills-cache-its-note-taking-experiment-with-evernote-google-keep-aspirations.html "When Microsoft launched its Cache note-taking experiment last year, we hoped it could become Microsoft’s version of Google Keep, if Microsoft devoted enough resources to it. Sadly, that’s not the case. In a note to users, Microsoft said Thursday that it would shut down Cache at the end of February, and would no longer market it as a standalone service."
Today Synology announced DSM 5.1 with new Service (and App) "NoteStation". It looks very, very, very similar to Windows-Evernote. Did you make a new cooperation? Or is it simple a clone? Have a look: http://cn.engadget.com/gallery/synology-dsm-5-1-beta-0/2900621/#!slide=2900637
Take a look at Daniel Gold's interview with the CEO of NoteSuite. The program is being billed as an Evernote killer and it has Due Dates. And it allows sub-tasks for sub-tasks for tasks. In the To-dos tab, you can create lists, assign people to the task (with or without an e-mail address), assign a context (tag), and put a due date on it, which can then be added to your calendar of choice. I can foresee Evernote becoming your source for reference material and NoteSuite handling Tasks, Appointments, Schedules and Delegation. http://www.degconsulting.net/2013/08/first-real-evernote-killer-is-notesuite.html Search Code 47ER92