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  1. I often use the sticky notes app on windows to organize and keep track of tasks that I need to accomplish. I used to use Outlook for this, but since they added tagged emails into the task list, it got too cluttered for me to manage. I like to group my tasks in sticky notes, sometimes by customer, and sometimes by "what I need to get done today...". It is freeform enough that it allows me to organize my tasks. I love evernote, and use it a lot. I have tried keeping my tasks in evernote, but it requires that I go find my task notes. So here is my wish: I would like to take a note from Evernote, and flag it as a "sticky note". When I am in windows, I would like to right-click on the tray icon and pick "show sticky notes" and have the notes appear on my desktop (sized and arranged how I last left them). If I am out and about, I can still pull up a note (that has been designated a "sticky note") and edit it, or delete it. This way I still have task management on the go, but have my notes backed up and organized on my desktop.
  2. Hi everybody, I have a suggestion for Evernote to implement, imitating the concurrent Dropbox, in the creation of task lists. Give your opinions, please. Open link with the question: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s138/sh/06596e19-8f45-489b-91e1-18359829a9ba/16ae4cc44c77bee6
  3. I'd like to be able to be able to annotate a sentence in Evernote as a task and have that task automatically appear in MS Outlook. I don't care that much about how it is annotated although it would be nice if it was tied to a keyboard shortcut (ie. keyboard shortcut to add a check box before a sentence would result in that task also appearing in MS Outlook). I use MS Outlook to track my tasks, but Evernote for notes. I had been a OneNote user, but felt it was too structured for me. I tried a trial of TaskClone, but was only able to get tasks to be consolidated into a Evernote note and was unable to get it integrated to Outlook? Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks, Dan
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  5. I have tried recently the Swipes add on for Evernote but I didn´t like the integration. It would be great if we could swipe our tasks/sentences in each note like Swipes is doing but inside Evernote and not inside their app. Evernote team, I think the future is going this way, don´t you think?
  6. Hi all, New to the forum and tried searching around a bit with no luck. I'm curious if anyone knows if Evernote intends to add assignable task functionality to the Evernote Business suite of features. While Evernote is an able project management solution now, it would become one of the best around with this feature. What is more, in my context assignable tasks are a 'must'. Thanks in advance for any tidbit offered!
  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. Hi Evernote and GTD lovers, I'm Karol, the CEO of OneMln, the developer of www.everdo.it I've started this thread as we will soon be launching our 2do and calendar app that synchronizes with Evernote. It reads your notes and allows to process them in EverDo.it. EverDo.it allows creating tasks / events out of notes or part of them. It also allows you to put an event / task to your calendar. The iPad version will be available this month. iPhone and Android in January and February. So to sum it up - EverDo.it adds the GTD experience to Evernote :-) You're all invited to comment on our GTD app for Evernote lovers Would really appreciate your feedback! What kind of features would you expect? What are your wishes? Regards, Karol
  9. I know this has been discussed a lot and Evernote has no intention of becoming the ultimate task list. But I have to give my 5 cents after looking into the challenge. Evernote could be the ultimate task list =============================== It can record everything, not just mails but also pictures, voice, clips and everything else as you all know. However it seems very limited in putting this information into a timeline. As i'm aware there are 2 fields available related to time tracking: 1) created 2) updated Evernote is almost there =================== When I post something into evernote I typically save it because I need it later - mails i respond to, follow ups and information related to other daily tasks. Also following a lot of practices from TotalWorkdayControl and GTD, time is important. A calendar is no good because it will simply pass by the date and the task will not show up in any overdue task list. Evernote is almost there. You have to interpret the created date a little different: "created date is the date until which this note should be hidden from my OVERDUE list". With this simple interpretation, you can make two saved searches that holds your future TODO's with todays todo's at the top (just sort correctly on creation date) and your tasks that is OVERDUE. To complete a task simply assign the "done" tag. saved search TODO: created:day -tag:done saved search OVERDUE: -created:day-1 -tag:done Evernote problem ============== This means that Evernote actually has a date field you can freely manipulate (created date) and that can be interpreted and used to make a task list. However it is just hidden to far away to be practically useable! 1) In the Mac client it is hidden under a menu, to it takes more than 1 click to manipulate it - which is unacceptable for a task list. 2) In the mobile version it is not possible to manipulate it as according to my test (I use the Iphone app). SOLUTION SUGGESTION - AND WISH!!! ================================ Make manipulation of the created date field available with one-click and keyboard shortcut in all clients. Then you would have the ultimate task assistant combined with the brilliant Evernote ability to handle all kinds of media. Hope you implement this very very soon it would be a small change with ground breaking effect! :-) Best regards, sortelyn
  10. Does anyone know how to do this? "Awesome Note also integrates Evernote with your task list and calendar, giving you the option to create tasks and events and attach Evernote notes to them." I found out about it here: http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2010/08/06/in-the-trunk-organizing-with-awesome-note/
  11. Dear Evernote, I've been using Evernote for about 1 year now and it gets better ad better. Lately I've standardised on Evernote for task management too. The recent addition of shortcuts is great as it allows you to save GTD type priority lists so they are instantly accessible. One thing I notice which would help Evernote overcome a weakness vs other apps is that when adding timing related tags...they are not mutually exclusive. If you time related tags could only be one status or a other, it would avoid the need to go and remove the previous tag. For example if i have something tagged '3-Someday' and want to upgrade it to '1-Now' i also have to ensure I remove the first tag. (This would be unnecessary if when changing a time-related tag, the application would only allow a note to have one status or the other). This would make screen views cleaner and saved searches easier/clearer too. This would reduce the admin for changing a tasks priority and really help Evernote be a great task manager as well as note taking app. Regards John
  12. Is it just me, or is it not that now Skitch and Maps are integrated, the only feature Evernote is still missing is a corkboard type note arranger? I mean something like "Taskboard" from slidetorock.com. For me, the next logical conclusion to notes placeable on a map are notes placeable on a board where I can rearrange them along user-defined rows and columns. Taskboard is missing features like cloud syncing or multiple boards, but when each time I open it, I get that sad feeling that this is exactly what I would like to pin my Evernote notes to. Can't Evernote just buy Taskboard and integrate it? (Hope Steven from slidetorock.com doesn't hate me for saying this here). I'm in no way related to slidetorock.com, btw.
  13. The most pleasant news that i read sometime ago was that Phil Libin telling business insider that To Do which have been popular is coming. Having said that I wonder how people envision their Do functionality will be shaped Evernote, the popular note-taking app that wants to be "your external brain" has recently been adding more apps to its roster: it first bought the popular screenshot/sketching app Skitch, and yesterday released two new apps, Evernote Hello (a contacts manager) and Evernote Food which is, well, like Evernote for food. What's coming next? We asked Evernote CEO Phil Libin point-blank if to-do lists, which are a popular use for Evernote, are coming. "To-do lists are coming," he said after taking a deep breath. While Libin gave us the traditional line Silicon Valley startups always trot out about not wanting to "kill" anyone or "seeing the world in a zero-sum way", we're sure this will give cold sweats to the legions of to-do apps like Remember The Milk, Things, OmniFocus and others. So many people already use Evernote to organize their lives that, if it's as well thought-out as Evernote's other apps, it will get many people to use it. Libin also took pains to stress that it wouldn't look and feel like traditional to-do list apps. "I don't want a to-do app, I want a DO app. I don't want a list," Libin said. Perhaps it will look like OneTask, the productivity app we use whose utter simplicity has made this writer more productive. Here's how it work To do have always been implemented differently but they can be generalize into the following funtionality ​A detailed task with a due date, possibly a start date with a note A status field Reminder functionality Repeating and scheduling of task Generic Tagging functionality Projects Subtasking to 2 or more levels Cloud syncing every where I am thinking Evernote will have other ideas and it will probably touch on 1,2,3,4,8 thats all. what do you guys think
  14. Is there a possibility to group all tasks markers (the tic box) form different notes in a new note this should give an overview of all tasks in a specific field for example a project of which many notes a made
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