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  1. Hello, I was hoping for assistance in linking my Evernote reminders to my google calendar. Secondly, is it possible to connect Evernote notes to calendar events? I look forward to hearing others insights and suggestions. Thanks, Ed
  2. I am trying to get reminders from evernote to sync to my Google Calendar as 'All Day' events. I use the all day event section of the google calendar as a daily to do list for non time specific things I need to do on a certain day. I have my reminders synced through 'Evernote Calendar Connector' by Cronofy. When I make a reminder it automatically sets the time at 8am and puts the event in my calendar. If I go into my calendar app (default calendar app for Mac) and change it to an 'All Day' event it screws the reminder up in evernote. It either changes the time of the reminder in evernote to 6PM (which in turn changes it in my calendar app automatically) or it changes the date of the reminder in Evernote. If I could just make an reminder in Evernote that had a date and no specific time that would fix this I think. Is there a way to make this work?
  3. Google Calendar (GC) has multiple sub-calendars (layers is another way to think about it), one of which is Reminders. When using Cronofy to sync Evernote with GC (which puts all EN notes with a reminder date into GC), the only option I see is to sync to the main calendar. Since I use EN for task management, I have lots of EN notes with reminder dates, but most of these aren't calendar events and I'd like to keep that clutter off the main calendar, which I'd like to use only for events. Is there a way to get EN reminders into the Reminders calendar of GC instead of the main calendar? @adambird
  4. Buenas noches, Hace apenas tres semanas que manejo Evernote. Me esta gustando porque puedo mantener mi información organizada. Sin embargo soy una persona de memoria visual y me gustaría poder ver reflejado en un calendario los recordatorios que he creado con evernote. En mi caso uso habitualmente Google. Calendar. Es posible transferir los recordatorios de evernote a "eventos" en google. calendar? Si no es así creo que seria una muy buena idea el poder intergrar los. Un saludo, Eva María
  5. Hello devs and community members, Thank you for the great app we already have. I'd like to propose that evernote reminders be synced to google calendar account with a link to the note. that way it could be synced with the google account and users don't have to keep using two apps to look for reminders. Bonus: integrate google now reminder voice commands with reminders so one could say: 'remind me to send out my evernote meeting minutes' and the latest note with meeting minutes in title would be attached to the reminder. Thanks again and looking forward for some feedback about this from all.
  6. Hi Evernoters, We've recently started beta for DayNoter, a service that syncs Google Calendar event notes and Evernote, and would love to hear your feedback! How it works: 1. Choose a calendar & a notebook you want to sync (I've created a dedicated notebook for all my event notes - I didn't want them to mix with others). Start sync. 2. Now every new event created in that calendar will show up in the chosen notebook in Evernote with all its details - agenda, participants and location. 3. You can write / edit your notes in either Evernote or Calendar. Your changes will show up in both apps. Link to our website: https://daynoter.com/ You'll need an invite to start using the service. Shoot me a message to support@daynoter.com and I'll send it to you.
  7. 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).
  8. Hi, Mi name is Jorge. I am one of the founders of zendone. Evernote plays a very special role in zendone but we have never announced it officially in this forum. Today we are fixing that. About zendone zendone is a task manager based on Getting Things Done® (GTD®) that integrates with Evernote and Google Calendar. It is based on 3 principles: It is faithfully based on the the GTD workflow and vocabulary.It tries to use the right tool for the job: zendone features a sophisticated integration with Evernote and Google Calendar to make the best usage of both for implementing GTD.It is crafted to be simple and beautiful.Your data is stored in the cloud. We offer A web application. It has been crafted to offer a desktop-like experience.A native iPhone appA native Android appAbout our approach to GTD GTD defines a clear vocabulary and workflow. For example: You inbox contains collected stuffAn action is a well-defined commitmentWhen you process your inbox you transform the collected stuff into an organized systemA project is an outcome that requires more than one action to be achievedActions that are not to do by yourself should be stored in a waiting for list.Since we started with zendone, we wanted to design it for GTD-power users. In our opinion, when you use a general-purpose tool for implementing GTD you necessarily have to use workarounds (for example, an Evernote tag that starts with an underscore represents a project). An important aspect of zendone is that we built a User Interface that speaks GTD, no workarounds or conventions needed. For example, in GTD you manage contexts for filtering what to do next in the Do stage. In zendone you will see a list of GTD contexts to filter by in the Do section. The mapping is direct, and that makes implementing the workflow much more easier. About the way we use Evernote Evernote plays a crucial role in zendone. zendone is about GTD, and GTD recommends 2 core practices: Collecting all the things that enter your world that might represent something you have to do.Keeping an archive of things that are not actions but that you want to keep as , as well as an archive for stuff related with your actions and projects.In zendone: Your default Evernote notebook is your GTD inbox. That means you can use all the Evernote apps out there (official and third-party) to collect stuff in zendone. Keeping your mind clean by collecting everything that enters your world is a core GTD practice. In zendone you can just use the best collecting system out there. Evernote is also your archive. In zendone, Evernote will store all your not actionable stuff that you want to keep as reference, and also all the reference material you need to keep attached to your actions. With this scheme: You collect everything into EvernoteYou process your stuff in zendone. Processing your inbox means emptying your default notebook in Evernote. Going from stuff to an organized system. Notes that are relevant are kept in your archive in Evernote. Seeing how your default Evernote notebook/inbox gets emptied feels great!zendone will keep your whole GTD system, so that you can review it periodically.And every piece will be where it belongs, your trusted system will be organized. Your archived stuff in Evernote. Your inbox, actions, projects, contexts, areas of responsibility and GTD lists in zendone. And zendone will keep everything synced and working seamlessly.The integration with Evernote is bidirectional If you update some note in Evernote, the note will be updated in zendone.If you update the description of some action or some inbox item, the changes will be propagated to Evernote.If you write some description for a given action in zendone, a new Evernote note will be created for holding them.zendone lets you create_actions directly from Evernote.And also attach existing existing Evernote notes to actions. About the way we use Google Calendar In zendone, Google Calendar is your GTD calendar. As with Evernote, the integration is bidirectional: When you create an action with a due date in zendone, the corresponding event is created in GCal.When you create an event in your zendone calendars in GCal, a new action is created in zendone.This means that you can use the powerful GCal notifications system for your actions. For example, receive an SMS the day before the corresponding due date. Pricing Free version: It limits the monthly synchronization to 30 Evernote notes and 30 GCal eventsPremium version: $50/year or $5/mo. It doesn't have syncing constraints, includes printing lists of actions and will remove the zendone branding at the footer.All the plans include 1 month of premium-like trial. No credit card required. For more details you can visit our pricing page. About us We are an small and bootstrapped company which members work from London and Madrid. We advance slowly but steadily: We were finalists in the first Evernote conference celebrated in the summer of 2011We started our private beta in October of 2011 and our public beta in the middle of 2012In 2013 we released our premium plans and our official apps for iPhone and AndroidWe have a healthy and active community of users who have already processed over 6 million of Evernote notes. In our forums you can find passionate GTD users discussing about the method and about zendone. There are already thousands of comments posted. We listen and we love to interact with our users. Thanks to our community we have changed our mind about different features more than once and we are very thankful for that. You can find more about us in: Help docsBlogTwitter (@zendoneapp) and FacebookAnd of course, you can try zendone now. You can give it a try for free and use a fully functional version of the app for 30 days, no credit card required. * GTD® and Getting Things Done® are registered trademarks of David Allen & Co. Zendone is not affiliated with or endorsed by the David Allen Company
  9. On my Android phone, when I am working in apps like Pulse, Flipboard or Evernote, I can click on an email/app sharing button to send the article or note to another app such as Gmail, Evernote, Dropbox, Google+, Messaging or many other apps. I use this to send a lot of articles from Pulse or Flipboard to Evernote for example. What I am missing is a way to send the article/note to Google Calendar or to an app that will sync with Google Calendar. I would like it if Google Calendar was one of the apps I could choose and then I could enter a due date and time. So I could click on an Evernote note and just send it to Google Calendar. Does anyone know of a way or app that can do this?
  10. Help - My favorite feature of evernote has stopped working. Everytime I created a new note in evernote the title of the note was the name of my meeting in google calendar. But this just stopped working. How do I get this to work again?
  11. Hello, when I create a link to a note and paste it in the description field of an event of google calendar, it doesn't work. That means that the link in the form "evernote:///view/ etc." is not clickable, i.e., it doesn't open evernote app then the note linked. It would be a great feature, I'm so disappointed it doesn't work... Am I missing something? Thank you for helping
  12. 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!
  13. Hello everyone! I am a frequent user of Evernote, as well as my co-workers, and not so long ago one on them started testing a new product called Everbot (for Evernote). He showed a couple of features and it looked pretty cool. Just wanted to share it with you, maybe someone will be interested in trying it. You can sign up at: http://gmail.everbot.net/#main I will be happy if someone finds it interesting and useful! Natalia
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