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  1. TK0047

    Karma Points

    What I love about Todoist is the Karma points. It provides a secret motivation for me since I am a firm believer in "tracking" and "measuring" things. If you cannot measure it, you cannot manage | improve it! Karma in Todoist serves dual purposes in my opinion. One is that once you start getting to a certain level, I think you would reconsider switching Task Management apps since you built up all this Karma and momentum. 2nd, it does give you a sense of achievement as you level up. This is very important for the "gamer" mentality. If you want to learn more about the gamer mentality (even if you don't play video games), check out the book "Reality is Broken" by Jane McGonigal. It basically talks about the feedback people need as well as the rewards. A bonus about the Karma was, when I reached Professional level, I received an email with a 3 month Premium Subscription Free code - One for me and one for a friend! This is where the Marketing and Sales part comes into play! What a great way to promote the premium subscription. I was not aware of this when I signed up for premium so it was a nice 3 month add on! When I reached the Expert level, I received the same codes - one for me and one for a friend! To me this was genius! It keeps me as a customer and it makes me recommend it to others which I have done to couple friends. I think this could be a great strategy and a tool for Evernote as well. Number of notes could be a Karma related item, or even the content as far as number of PDFs, images, words etc. Some kinda of formula to calculate your Karma points. It will add value and more loyalty to the users in my opinion.
  2. I have RescueTime premium and you can add highlights to your day from other apps which is really helpful to see what you have worked on and what you have accomplished. For example, with IFTTT, my completed Todoist tasks show up in RescueTime. However, I was not able to locate a IFTTT from Evernote to RescueTime for the highlights. Zappier seems to have something which I was using however, I need to purchase the Zappier upgrade which I am not planning on doing. First, I think any windows user should really look into RescueTime as a start. Second, anybody has any info on creating highlights in RescueTime from Evernote creates notes or completed reminders? Would be nice to have a direct integration in my opinion.
  3. I realized, that even the android app seems to track my actions, even if I have Evernote Plus (I think, if I pay, the app should not track me). Why does Evernote track my actions and how can I disable this?
  4. In addition to another request - when I am waiting in line or for an appointment to begin, I go through my "action pending" EN Notebook, and delete completed notes or move them to appropriate folders. It would be great see how many notes I have in the notebook I am in, so after 5 or 10 minutes has passed, I can get an idea of how many notes I've dealt with and it would give me a sense of how many I've tackled. This could be optionally controlled by an on/off in the settings. Maybe you could move the Notebook name to the left and add the number of the notes in it to the right in the mobile version?
  5. JasonT

    Trading Journal - Options

    I am using Evernote as a trading journal, most specifically for options trades. Currently, I add screenshots, and compose why I entered and exited a trade. The ability to compile and track data related to the trades would help maximize the use of Evernote as a trading journal. How might it be possible to compile data from each trade and compute various performance metrics within a notebook? Thanks for the help
  6. Sorry if I'm posting this in the wrong area of the forum. I would like to request a feature that I think could be very helpful for Evernote Business customers. Our team uses Evernote to create stock forms and updates and then we use those forms to create new customized notes and send those notes directly to clients as an update from Evernote. It's quite handy. The one thing we would love would be the ability to see/track when an email was sent using a note. I realize that this can be done through CRM functions of salesforce and such but we prefer to avoid another layer of technology and stick to just using Evernote when we can. I also realize that we can cc emails from our standard email to evernote but that still does not solve the issue of tracking emails sent directly out of Evernote. Thanks for your consideration.
  7. Johannes500

    productivity Where did the time go?

    Hi Everyone, Because you are here, I can assume you are very interested in productivity. So I have a few questions: Have you ever considered or even tried to track your time, so you can see how you spent it at the end of the day? If yes, how would you go about it? What dou you think about the idea of time tracking? Thanks for your answers! Johannes
  8. I'd like to be able to graph my basal body temp, along with pulse, and blood pressure. Being able to display this in the form of a line graph would be awesome! I'd come up with plenty other things to track as well. Evernote with charts would be my go to for everything app!
  9. Hi! I have single notes that I share with people, by copying the share URL and pasting into an e-mail to them. Is it possible to somehow track how often someone views those? They are written posts with information and I'm curious if the people who get them are reading them and how often. Is this something I need to do outside of evernote? I am not good at using code in posts, but do take direction well, lol. If you have any suggestions or thoughts on the best way to do something like this, I'd appreciate it! (I did see something like that in this post: http://discussion.ev...blic-notebooks/) But it deals with public notebooks. These are just single notes I choose from various notebooks I have in EN, that I want to share individually. I hope this makes sense and I look forward to your thoughts! Thanks so much!
  10. Hey everyone! I was thinking about tracking some fitness and personal goals in my EN via tables and thought of a neat side project. In the spirit of that, I thought I would ask: What kind of data do you or would you track and chart in your EN account, and what would you like to be able to DO with it (if anything)? Weight over time? Exercise stuff? Gas cost? How many steps it takes to get to the car? (We can get creative ) Thanks! K