Evernote allows you to add tags to all of your notes. You can use tags to assign project information, note types, or mark related persons. Every user can create up to 100,000 tags in their Evernote account, while every note can have up to 100 assigned tags. So there is huge potential to organize your notes.Read More
Evernote is great at storing all your ideas, notes, web-clips, and almost every other type of information. There are a lot of ways to store things into Evernote. You can create notes using native apps, forward your mail, use the Evernote web-clipper, or tons of third-party applications like IFTTT. But what happens if you make Evernote your central storage point? You will have a lot of unorganized notes? E.g. if you automatically forward all of your newsletters to it, they will fill your primary notebook.Read More
Evernote allows the users to create reminder times for your notes. This is pretty cool, because you can create follow-ups for all your contracts, so you can check them on a given time. You can see all your reminders as a list. The more natural way would be to have all this information inside of your calendar, but Evernote does not allow the export or synchronization of your notes to your calendar.Read More
Evernote allows you to capture, store and organize your most valued information. From memories of a lifetime to day-to-day reminders and to-do lists. You can easily browse, search and edit your notes and archive them easily as needed. Your information is automatically synchronized across all platforms: smartphone, tablet, web or desktop.
Evernote made easy with filterize
filterize allows you to organize and manage your Evernote notes easily, effectively, and automatically. Through automated rules and workflows the moving of notes, the adding of tags, even the sending of your notes, managing you Evernote account has never been more productive. Get a really useful newsletter everyday? Simply forward it to Evernote using your custom Evernote email address and we’ll sort it into your ‘Newsletter’ notebook for you. Want to automatically tag your note based on the title of the neslwetter
Many times you find yourself in a situation when you need to share information with friends who are not using Evernote. filterize allows you to develop a rule for not only sharing a link but also notifying your friends through email.
Control your Evernote reminders with filterize
Automating your Evernote Reminders is also possible with filterize. We can even help you set repeat reminders. filterize rules for Evernote reminders get work automatically in the background, helping you to organize and manage your notes in Evernote like a charm.
Export reminders to you calendar application
Filterize allows you to export all reminders from notes in your notebooks via
*.ics file. This could be subscribed to in most calendar application. Once set-up, you can see your reminders side-by-side with your other appointments.
Go deeper with your tags
Evernote allows you to create tag hierarchies, but higher-level tags are not searchable. With filterize you can decide which tags are added automatically when an associated sub-tag is added.
Filterize is a powerful add-on of Evernote. I have over 10 newsletters and 2 data charts sent to my Evernote daily. Filterize automatically adds tags to these notes, making it easier for me to categorise them for later use. The Eisenhower Matrix script Enrico wrote is working like a magic. It turns Evernote to a GTD tool or even a project management tool. There are so much potential that Filterize and Evernote together can do.Jeff Hsu • 31 • Account Manager
Filterize is a perfect addition to Evernote - especially by automating many recurring processes like archiving bills, but also the creation and updating of tables of contents has raised my workflow to a completely new level. Personally, I also use Filterize to integrate notes into my Todoist system, so I automatically get all the notes linked directly in the tasks. I could imagine Evernote no longer without Filterize and every other day I discover new possibilities for my System.Florian Großmann