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  1. One of the things I need Evernote for is keeping track of the books I am reviewing. While I use the "reminders" feature to help me plan out my review schedule, I really need a "due date" option. A reminder should remind me that something is coming due soon. The due date (obviously optional) would set a deadline for that item/task. Most importantly (for me) would then be the ability to see my notebook sorted by due date. Right now that's not an option and the only way to work around it is to use the reminders check list and as it to sort by reminder date. For my purposes, it's clunky. Which is so very unlike all the other slick things Evernote can do.
  2. IQTell is a productivity app that seamlessly integrates your Evernote, Email, Calendars, Tasks, Projects and more. How can you leverage Evernote with IQTELL? Turn Evernote notes to tasks, projects, and more.Swipe any Email into an Evernote note (Gmail, iCloud, Exchange, Yahoo, IMAP, POP3)Manage Evernote notebooks, notes and tags inside IQTELLTurn Evernote notes into tasks, projects, someday, etc.Add Evernote notes as events on your calendarsAttach notes as support material to your tasks, projects, and more.For additional information watch this video or read these topics in our Knowledge BaseQuick & Easy Set-Up: Sync your Evernote account from the IQTELL Web, iOS or Android apps. Evernote & IQTell – a fully integrated solution Turn Evernote notes to tasks, projects, and more.Tag your Evernote notes to automatically create tasks, projects, and more in your IQTELL account. Reminders set in Evernote will automatically sync to IQTELL.Checkboxes will automatically create children items in IQTELL. For example, a note tagged as a “Project” that has several checkboxes will create a Project with several tasks in IQTELL. Auto-embedded links allow for quick and easy navigation from Evernote to IQTELL and vice versa.Priority, Due Dates, etc. – you can set task and project related fields either in Evernote or IQTELL. See how. Swipe any Email into an Evernote noteSwipe any email to create an Evernote note. See how.Any email attachments will be available in Evernote.Supported Email: Gmail, Exchange, Outlook, iCloud, Yahoo, IMAP, POP3Use Evernote notes as support material for your tasks, projects, and on your Calendar Using the IQTELL Web app, you can access your Evernote notebooks, notes, and tags.Select Evernote notes(s) and easily link them as support materials on your tasks projects, and more.Add Evernote notes to your calendar. The Calendar Event will have a link back to your Evernote note.
  3. My intent is to be able to view my notes in List View with the following columns: Name, Tags, and Due Date. Obviously the first two are currently available, but the latter is not; the only way to currently view due dates on notes is either in the Card or Snippet views. Even then, thought, you're only able to view notes with due dates separately from the notes themselves. I think the addition of a Due Date column in List View--with the ability to sort them--would create a better flow. It would not only give me an easier way to view upcoming tasks/notes, but also be able view tasks/notes that need to have a due date. If I didn't already imply it, notes that don't have a due date would simply be clumped together at the bottom or top of the list (but not separated from the rest) based on how you sorted the list. With this addition, it'd also be nice to have a pop-up dialog box for adding due dates to notes without having a open the note itself (i.e. right-click context "Add Due Date" that opens a dialog box for adding a date/time). Not only would serve an easier way to add due dates, but give us the ability to add due dates to multiple items that need to be due at the same time (or due dates removed from multiple items). If you guys could add this option to Android/IOS, as well, we'd be best friends. I must also add my most needed request to each and every suggestion I put on here: please, please, please, add multi-select with multi-tag/-move/-delete of notes in Android/IOS. The mobile OS for each already provide a native way of long-press to multi-select. Thanks for the great product, guys/gals! I've been a faithful premium member for over 2 years now, and don't see me changing that anytime soon. Keep up the good work, and God bless!
  4. Would like to see the ability to sort by "Date Due." Both on Web & IOS If there is a way I'm teachable and if this is already a thread somewhere I'm ok with being moved . . . . thanks!
  5. I see that the "Due Date" field is coming "soon". Which makes me hope that this new date field also can be used as a general way to reflect the date of note content. Including notes with "old" content. I use Evernote primarily as an archive for all my old scanned documents. I'm also a hobby genealogist and use Evernote to store census images, parish records and other life event documents which usually have a clear date or timestamp connected to them. Evernote has been awesome for these purposes, and I've just passed 5000 mostly "historical" notes. But the more I put in the more I miss a good way to add the date of the content. I tried to change the created date, but quickly realized the flaw in that strategy. I've since prepended the note titles with a yyyymmdd format for sort purposes. But this feels more and more like an ugly hack. So I see due date is coming and I'm thinking that it is really the same as I am asking for: a way to reflect the content of the note. Whether it's the date of old letters, receipts, tickets, genealogy stuff or future events and tasks. Is this a correct interpretation of this new date field? And if so, wouldn't it be a good idea to call the new date field "Subject Date" instead of "Due Date"? To better reflect the general purpose of both future and past dates. I don't use Evernote for tasks, I use Remember the Milk for that. But I recognize those who do, and see the need for a way to reflect due dates. So since it is semantically the same as my use of "origin date"/"source date", I would think it's a good thing to combine it into one date field that feels natural for both parties. Just a thought. Sab Norway
  6. I understand how to add check lists and to search for unchecked items, even, I think, to sort those by date created or edited. But I want to have task lists with due dates. How can I do that?
  7. Hi, I'm the CEO of Octonius (www.octoni.us) and we just launched our first version of Octonius, a personal companion for iPhone. We set out to help people be more productive and connected with the people in their lives. The vision is to create a very smart system that helps us all day long, from the moment we wake up and smell the coffee. Octonius aims to become your comprehensive daily productivity companion and currently is build around three main features: • Documents: deep Evernote integration (with due dates for notes)• Contacts: Live social address book with Facebook and local contact sync (LinkedIn coming soon)• And an integrated task manager with smart due date function and shared tasks focusing on simplicity We believe we can help the way Evernote is used in schools with our Due Date feature, and with our future improvements.If someone likes to to try it, for everyone involved in teaching or learning, go ahead and take it for a spin: AppStore link Octonius is free to use for teachers, professors and for students as well.Just send us an email after you created your account at support@octoni.us PS! We are also in the Evernote Developer Competition: LINK TO DEVCUP
  8. I would like to request a feature to assign due dates to each to-do (checklist) item and also to each note, just like in Google Tasks. I would also like these due dates to plugin to google calendar. In my opinion, this is the only feature that I think is lacking in evernote - the ability to assign due dates and have it integrate with my google calendar. Thanks!
  9. Can anyone tell me whether a Due Date option is being considered for Evernote?
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