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dewetsnyders

Reminders feature could be very powerful

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I love using evernote but the reminders feature is very poor. It feels very much like an addon rather than a true feature.

I use evernote for everthing and would love to get rid of using e.g. calendar and tasks in outlook and focus on Reminders in Evernote.

Some of the issues. 1. the reminders don't have an easy way to switch off/cancel when its been seen. E.g. it stays as a red mark on the app. Often I don't want to delete the whole note just to get rid of the red reminder icon.

2 I would also have a shortcut into reminders from email or the other webapps such as the @XXX feature that is added when you want a note to go straight into a specific folder. I believe reminders can be a much more powerful tool

3. Reminders could also have multiple options for saving at different priority levels.

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4 hours ago, dewetsnyders said:

I love using evernote but the reminders feature is very poor. It feels very much like an addon rather than a true feature.

I use evernote for everthing and would love to get rid of using e.g. calendar and tasks in outlook and focus on Reminders in Evernote.

Some of the issues. 1. the reminders don't have an easy way to switch off/cancel when its been seen. E.g. it stays as a red mark on the app. Often I don't want to delete the whole note just to get rid of the red reminder icon.

2 I would also have a shortcut into reminders from email or the other webapps such as the @XXX feature that is added when you want a note to go straight into a specific folder. I believe reminders can be a much more powerful tool

3. Reminders could also have multiple options for saving at different priority levels.

I think 1 and 2 already exist.  

  1. Assuming you are referring to a mobile device, completing the reminder should lower/remove the badge count.
  2. Put !yyyyy/mm/dd before @notebook #tag to add a reminder as you send it to EN.  It must be first of the EN modifiers at the end of an email subject line.
  3. Workaround, in the meantime use tags.

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