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Evernote Reminders

by Brandon on May 24, 2013

Evernote Reminders

Evernote added a new feature yesterday—Evernote Reminders. You can read the official blog post here. At the moment, Reminders is only available on Mac, iOS, and the Web, but we can expect it on Windows and Android in the near future. I’ve only been using Reminders for a few hours now, so I’m not exactly sure how I will integrate this new feature into my GTD system. Here are a few ideas I’ve come up with so far: More »

 

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Back in October, when My Simple Curiosity was featured on Lifehacker, several commenters were interested in using templates with Evernote for Android. At the time, I offered up a few crude workarounds, but I was unable to find any apps in the market with the desired functionality. That is, until I discovered Note Creator. More »

 

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In a previous post, I described how to create note templates using Evernote for Windows. A few readers have expressed interest in having the template open in a new window similar to how you can open an empty note in a new window using the Ctrl-Alt-N keyboard shortcut. More »

 

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GTD Calendar Email Integration

In previous posts, I’ve explained how to implement a GTD system using Evernote. This implementation, however, is missing two key elements—your calendar and email. More »

 

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Today, while thinking about the best way to handle collaborative projects, I realized I needed to make a minor change to my GTD with Evernote system (I have edited the post on Notebooks, the post on Saved Searches, and the third post on Projects to reflect the changes). More »

 

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Now that you’ve learned to create templates in Evernote for both Windows and Mac, it’s time to incorporate the templates into your GTD workflow. More »

 

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In the last post I discussed how to create note templates in Evernote for Windows. Now let’s discuss how to do it on a Mac. More »

 

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I’ve been promising this post for a while now, but before we get down to the nitty-gritty, we need to learn how to create note templates in Evernote for Windows (The process is different if you’re on a Mac. I’ll cover note templates in Evernote for Mac in the next post…stay tuned). More »

 

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Now that we’ve built the framework of our GTD system with notebooks and tags, it’s time to make some lists. To make lists, we’ll be using Evernote’s ‘Saved Search’ feature. More »

 

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Getting Things Done with Evernote—Tags

by Brandon on October 11, 2011

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In the last post we created notebooks; now it’s time to look at tags. There are two main categories of tags: tags for Reference Materials or Someday/Maybes and tags for Next/Action items.

Before taking an in-depth look at each of these categories, let’s talk a bit about creating and organizing tags. More »

 

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