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  1. This feature is actually the one thing that I have been searching for on all the different note taking apps - the ability to aggregate all to-do's written in different notes into a single view. The problem that I am solving is that I am in 7-12 hours of meetings per day and in each one I take a significant amount of notes. I would like to continue taking them in Evernote, but in each of those meetings there are to-do's that I write down that I need to action. Generally, I don't have time to switch between the current note that I am in to take notes on the discussion and a different note to jot down a to-do AND if I do that, then I lose the context of the to-do. I know that there is the note filtering feature (todo:false), but that doesn't exactly do what I want. I don't want to see all the notes that I have to-do's in and go through them. What I want is a separate view (maybe an auto-generated note or something) that aggregates all the to-dos that are in all of the different notes into a single list. This way I could see the list of to-do's and action on them in one place. On each of the to-do's on the aggregated list, there should be a note link to the note where the to-do came from so that you can easily go back and get the full context if you need it.
  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. When a checkbox is selected (checked off), automatically append text such as "(Completed 4/21/2017 19:09)" to the end of the line of text.
  4. It would be really nice to have a way to uncheck all the check boxes in a note at once, instead of clicking each one manually. I read in a forum post that the Windows client has this under a "To-Do" contextual menu, but that menu and feature are conspicuously missing from the Mac client. Thanks!
  5. I love using the reminders, but I would like more options: Allow me to use 'Today' as a default, or set my own personal defaults like 3 or 4 or even 30 days, etc. I would like a 'pop-up' menu option which shows me a list of reminders periodically. Sorry, I'm addicted to outlook's constant nagging reminders! allow post-poning from reminder pop-up mentioned above
  6. I did a brief search and didn't find any user-suggested themes along these lines; Evernote needs a more expansive reminder system. Repeating reminders, reminders by day of week, location, application launch, website launch, multiple reminders for one task/note, alarm settings and a calendar by which to set said reminders, or it needs to integrate with a system that already performs these services. If it isn't ever on my mind, my notes are pretty much useless to me. I need something to keep me up to date. Right now I'm using GTasks for everything and it's note-taking system is dismal in comparison. I really love Evernote's system for note-taking, it's brilliant.
  7. I believe what the normal person (outside the Evernote ecosystem and parlance) would call a "checkbox" is simply called a "to-do" in Evernote, correct? Just making sure I'm not missing anything obvious.
  8. 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!
  9. I would like to filter a to-do list by completed and non-completed.
  10. I'm a recent convert to Evernote and am very happy with the product overall. The one glaring exception is To-Do lists and how you interact with them on mobile. I created a Grocery list recently and headed off to the store. All was good until I went to check off the first item and found that you have to tap the checkbox to mark an item is "done". Otherwise, EN thinks you want to edit the item. This might be OK on a desktop, but when my big fat thumb is the pointer, that's asking a bit much. On the web there is the concept of inputs and labels. Selecting either will change the state of the input. I suggest that EN have implicit "Add" and "Edit" buttons on a To-Do note. This way a user's intentions are clear. Change the state of an item, edit the entire note, or add a new item. Thoughts? Sidenote: I know there are many wonderful dedicated apps for managing lists, but this seems like something EN should be able to do well.
  11. In a recent update for Android, the to-do check marks changed color from the easy to see black to a light green. I hate it! For example, I have a very large grocery list, and it has become much more difficult to see checked items when scrolling quickly through my list. Is there any way I can change the color of the check marks back to black? Has anyone else found this to be a problem? Thanks! Don
  12. I understand how to MAKE a to do list, but it would be nice to be able to put a checkmark in the box on my list so later on, when I've forgotten where/what I've done for the day, I can see what tasks I've completed. Anytime I press the square next to my task, it just allows me to edit the note. I'm done editing at this point, I'm using it as a reference now and I would like to leave things in place, just add a checkmark. Any help or am I asking too much. lol
  13. 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!
  14. I love Evernote - I looked round for a different solution when I moved away from OneNote, and this is a fabulous solution for organisation and memory. I also folded everything I was doing for list management with ListPro into Evernote too. Unlike many people, I don't use it so much for remembering where I've been and what I've explored - but it stores all my notes and to do lists. Many people seem to dump stuff in there and then use search to sort it all out. I prefer to have some organisation in my notebook. I synch to Evernote and then to my Android phone. There were one or two things I wanted to improve: so I did. Using a combination of logical thought and AutoHotKey, I created a working environment that responded to what I needed 1. Make Evernote more accessible. Solution - pin Evernote to the Windows task bar (obviously) 2. Make Evernote even more accessible. Solution - use AutoHotKey to create hot keys for my most frequently used notes. I have a hot key for each of my To Do lists, as well as a scratch pad for notes that occur to me as I write, as well as a log for how I am spending my time. Another hotkey brings up my most frequently used EN Notebooks, while another one brings up my current working set of documents. (I found the easiest way to do this was to ascribe a unique tag to each of my notes that i wanted to attach to a hotkey. Then I use quite a convoluted way of launching EN to get to the tag search consistently). 3. Creating To Do lists - Evernote doesn't allow multiple checkboxes to be created out of a selection. Solution: use AHK to create a checkbox and then drop to the next line, making it much easier to create a series of to do items 4. Highlighting To Do items - there are some cases where I would like to highlight an item, or to delete it while keeping a record of it (eg where I abandoned this task). Solution: create hot keys that select an entire line and bold/strikethrough/italic/colour the whole line. I've also created hot keys to select and copy/cut/delete the whole line. Useful for word processors too. It might be nice to have multistate check boxes (See ListPro) for this. 5. Clip parts of a document to a single EN document. While you can clip to multiple documents and then merge them, that leaves headers for each note. Solution: I have a hot key that copies to the Windows clipboard, saves the current window, opens a specific 'clipper' note, pastes it in and then restores the current window. 6. Provide subsets of documents for review. Solution: tag documents for review and create a custom search if needed. Save that search to the quick access bar. 7. Only search current notes / create the concept of an archive for notes that are no longer in use. Solution: a bit clunky, but tag old notes with 'Archive' then create a view called 'Working' and do all searches from there. 8. Sometimes notes get edited and I need an old version back - but I only keep one on line copy of everything. Solution: regularly backup all my notes historically using ENscript export (and notify using a popup window) 9. Be able to read Evernote on a larger mobile device Solution: could buy an ipad, but I use EN2KI to export to Kindle format. 10. Have an Evernote note open as a working space while doing something else, keeping it on top of the rest of the windows that are open. Solution: use AHK to create a hotkey to lock a window on top. Works great for other stuff too Some things outstanding/ideas for the future if the developers are listening.... It would be useful to be able to lock a series of notes to the taskbar (a sort of non-dynamic 'jump list') to get access to frequently used notes. Getting EN to launch successfully and provide a place where EN hot keys work consistently was a problem. I end up launching (using enscript) and then using Ctrl F6 & Ctrl F7 to ensure that I am in the note window (ie change from thumbnail to snippet to thumbnail to get a consistent space to launch the tag search. Otherwise it does something different depending on which window you are in! Android fidelity is still a bit weak - depending on what's been stored in a note the Android editor can be very very different - even if it's only simple text, the history is still there in some way so the editor is limited and behaves differently. As far as I can see it's not possible to edit a checkbox into the Android client either. It would also be nice to be able to create more visual cues for the notepads. Colouring the little green icons would help, but being able to create/select graphic icons for each would be even better. Although I do import output (eg images) from applications into EN (so I can use away from my laptop) that means that they are not connected. Being able to embed the application using OLE would help massively here, although I recognise that it's a 'one platform' solution. I am thinking in particular of mindmaps - I'd love to be able to keep the map image and then click through to launch the MM application when working on a client that supports it. I know it isn't some people's way of working, but for me, being able to use one view for work and one for home would help manage my life better. We'd need a way to decide whether a notebook was home/work or both (and of course it should be more flexible than this). Having a way of viewing documents that are 'active' as opposed to documents that are part of my information store/memory would also be useful to minimise data overwhelm. And finally - of course, I don't use EN exclusively, and some of my content is stored in Open Office documents etc... being able to integrate EN into Windows search would help massively in trying to organise my heterogenous information store. Awesome job, guys - long may it continue!
  15. I'm a lists guy and I love checking things off of my lists. As such, I'm a HUGE fan of the 'to-do' checkbox feature in Evernote. My request is to allow me to change the color of the "checked" box. Thanks! Anthony
  16. when i start a bullet list, a new bullet is created when I hit "return" -- I would like this functionality with the check box as well (instead of having to addd it each time) -- if this exists, can someone please direct me. If not, looking for a suggestion or feature request. Thanks, Ed
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