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  1. Has anyone had any luck formatting a check-box (to-do list)? I find the check-boxes ver useful- but would like to find a way to either 'gray-out' or otherwise visually minimize items that have been 'checked' or completed. Would also be great if a filter could be set-up to hide items that have been completed. Is this possible?
  2. I use Evernote for work to keep track of project meeting notes. Keeping track of notes and to-dos for multiple projects gets ugly at times, and I would love to have a way to mark certain lines in my notes that allow Evernote to automatically add those lines to a to-do list. Right now, whenever I lead or attend a project status meeting, I make notes in a specific Evernote folder for that project, and then I have to either open another note in Evernote or another app to duplicate that note into a to-do list to keep track of, specifically, those items that I need to follow up on. This is a redundant step, and one that really annoys me. I really need a way to mark certain lines in my Evernote notes that allow them to automatically get added to related to-do lists - either in Evernote or by way of a UI into another app - so that I don't have to spend time duplicating to-dos. Anyone know if this type of functionality exists in Evernote, what app could help with my situation, or a work-around that's really brilliant?
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