It will be great if every proyect in Todoist recognize the Evernote tags (projects).
asked by Justo Llecllish
on Nov 25, 2011 - 06:42
on Aug 10, 2012 - 05:42
Just thought you would all like to know, if you right click on the evernote note and choose "copy note link" then paste it into your todo task, it will create a link. If you click on this link, a new browser window will pop up and then open evernote and bring you straight to your note. This is my method of adding files/extra notes/emails/whatever to tasks. Oh and the link also works on an iPad and android device (you must have the evernote app installed though)
on Nov 20, 2012 - 03:06
Ability to create tasks from Evernote would be extremely useful.
on Dec 13, 2012 - 00:25
Link seems to work on desktop but not on iOS... am I doing it wrong by just using the regular evernote not link syntax like evernote:///view/16619287/s153/1d0762b9-1895-40ab-8675-9b90d045b1bc/1d0762b9-1895-40ab-8675-9b90d045b1bc/
on Dec 13, 2012 - 08:03
Hello Luke,Please try to change the link from:evernote:///view/16619287/s153/1d0762b9-1895-40ab-8675-9b90d045b1bc/1d0762b9-1895-40ab-8675-9b90d045b1bc/ to evernote:///view/16619287/s153/1d0762b9-1895-40ab-8675-9b90d045b1bc/1d0762b9-1895-40ab-8675-9b90d045b1bc/ (Test)In which case the word "Test" will be linked and let me know if it helps.Best regards,David
on Dec 17, 2012 - 05:50
Ability to create tasks from Evernote and see my tasks in Evernote would be extremely useful.
on Jan 07, 2013 - 05:02
Yes please to any integration between Evernote and Todoist.
on Jan 10, 2013 - 11:35
David - Thanks for tip. But I do not see how your example with (test) on the end of the link is changing the evernote link to anything different in the Todoist todo. For me, I get a link followed by (test)I would be grateful if you could explain in greater detail how to make the word "test" a link.Thanks!
on Jan 10, 2013 - 12:21
Hello Jason,I'm sorry for the misinformation, this indeed won't work with links that don't start with http. We will consider adding full Evernote support in the future.Best regards,David
on Feb 18, 2013 - 07:11
todoist + evernote = yes please!
on Mar 04, 2013 - 12:33
Instead of "copy note link", try Note/Share/Copy URL to clipboard--this will give you a portable URL that you can indeed paste into other apps, such as (presumably) Todoist.Still, true integration would be a great deal more valuable than this, and would fill holes in the functionality of both programs.
on Apr 07, 2013 - 08:07
I'd like this a lot, yes.
on Apr 07, 2013 - 18:00
Hi everyoneThis is one of the more popular items in our vote section and we would love to learn more about what you would like in Todoist+Evernote integration?Best regards,Amir
on Apr 08, 2013 - 10:52
... simple: Todoist Notes Tags SYNC with the Evernote Tags...
on Apr 08, 2013 - 11:17
tags to tags, notes of task to body of an evernote note...for a 'belt and braces' approach, how about mapping each todoist project to a corresponding notebook in evernote, and each task to a note within that notebook... As the task is edited in Todoist, this is reflected in the Evernote note... Shouldn't take more than 10 minutes to code ;-)
on Apr 10, 2013 - 15:17
I'm with David on this one with the above comment.Todoist projects with their own notebook would be absolutely superb.10 minutes should be ample time
on Apr 25, 2013 - 17:47
A function that associates the tasks in Todoist with specific notes in Evernote (or groups of notes) would be extremely useful. Tag integration would be fantastic too.I use Todoist to manage the tasks themselves (not the information associated with the tasks). Todoist is perfect for organizing WHAT needs to be done and WHEN it should be done. As my priorities are constantly shifting, I make constant adjustments in Todoist. However, in my workflow, all of the information ABOUT those tasks goes into Evernote.Right now, I paste hyperlinks to the Evernote notes into the notes field in the Todoist task. As I work with task in Todoist, I link over to Evernote to input status updates, documents, etc. Unfortunately, this system requires bouncing back and forth between applications which is not ideal. The fundamental issue for me is that while Evernote is incredible at capturing information, there is a giant hole in functionality around task management which I fill with Todoist.