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Versatile – can take many types of notes (text, images, audio, PDF) Portable – available online, on your desktop (Win & Mac), iOS, Windows, Android and Blackberry devices User-friendly - can create notes by using various apps, email, browser plugin and Twitter Shareable (with Premium service) Free
Client Notes Meeting Notes (like Summit!) To Do List Menu & Recipe Keeper Blogging Planner Expense Report Shopping List Sharing Files with Clients, Team Members
Filter by Content type – Images, Video, Audio, PDF, link, Encrypted Text, Attachments Source –Emailed to Evernote, Web Page, Another application, Evernote Hello, clipped from email, Mobile, Evernote Food To do – finished or unfinished Created Modified
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If you prefer to use keystrokes: Mac: Command+Shift+T Windows: Control+Shift+C.Source: http://www.vsellis.com/web-applications/evernote-power-tip-dynamic-todo-lists/
“So, in your search bar simply type “todo:false” and you’ll getback all of the notes which have unchecked ToDo items.Why This Is Better Than A ToDo “List”While it challenges us to think about the ToDo list a littledifferently, I’d argue it’s better because it puts our ToDo’s incontext (surrounded by the notes on that subject). And bycombining the todo: search parameter with other searchparameters, for example tag:tagname we can easily refine oursearches and see only what we want to currently focus on, again,kept in context.I’d recommend creating and saving searches that you usefrequently so that you can easily execute the search later withouthaving to type things in every time.” Source: http://www.vsellis.com/web-applications/evernote-power-tip-dynamic-todo-lists/