If you use checklists in Evernote, you will have noticed an uncomfortable detail. At the end you have to uncheck all your checkboxes by hand! But every problem has a solution. So we have implemented a new filter action: uncheck all checkboxes.
Evernote helps you to become paperless, to pool all important stuff at one digital place and to work easily with every kind of documents. But probably there is still a lot of paperwork you have to handle. To handle it, scan it! And archive those documents in Evernote. One great benefit, you can search now for them without exactly knowing where to find them. But there is a small pitfall, the date of creation in Evernote. Of course the date will be the day, when you created the note in Evernote. But the note creation date is then maybe months or even years away from the document creation time. Nicer would be, to have the documents creation date also as note creation date in Evernote.
Do you know the situation when you work with your team and some notes are for reading only or should be indelible? Because it happens time and time again that in the hurry of everyday life important notes are accidentally deleted because they were confused with others. What makes things worst is if these were the notes of the last meeting or an offer for a new customer.
Evernote has not built in a way to make single notes read-only or to protect them from being deleted.
With Filterize, there is finally a solution!
You already use Evernote as your task repository? Then take the next step with our task planner! Plan when to do or finish your tasks and create an overview for your week and the future, just by adding tags!
Merlin Mechler created this awesome automation, which was just available in german. But we ? it, so we decided to make an english version of this great automation, we just modified it a bit ?
And this is how your task planner could look like:
You possibly know or use Evernotes feature to create a table of contents note. But Filterize has a really powerful action to create ToC (short for table of contents), that allows you much more!
I use that kind of automation for two of my notebooks and it is definitely time to share my experience with you!
At the last Evernote Event Productivity on the Go, Joshua Zerkel presented how he uses Evernote. One interesting approach was to use emojis inside Evernote to make your notes, notebooks, and tags more visual. In this article we show you how you can automatically add emojis to special kind of notes.