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Search for Evernote Reminders in Remember The Milk

jeffmace says:
It would be great to see some kind of search mechanism to find all tasks that were created from Evernote. Automatically adding a tag to these tasks would take care of it right away.

isEvernote:true
tag:Evernote
Posted at 1:26pm on May 29, 2013
oddhnp says:
+1
Posted 3 years ago
uwe.matthes says:
+1
Posted 3 years ago
ken.nelson says:
Please add some search mechanism so we can build smart list.
Posted 3 years ago
davidbumbacher says:
please add a search for all added Tasks out of Evernote
Posted 3 years ago
dapatton says:
Yes, absolutely.. Would love to see this.
Posted 3 years ago
rbendett says:
+1
Posted 3 years ago
lbrt says:
+1
Posted 3 years ago
dmalitz says:
+1
Posted 3 years ago
mcluff says:
Yes, please. And the ability to see notes that are NOT tagged. Would help in task reviews to make sure alerts line up....
Posted 3 years ago
jehnaz says:
+1. Much needed feature
Posted 2 years ago
mibara says:
+1 Evernote not fully integrated until this feature is added
Posted 2 years ago
rich.jackman says:
+1
Posted 2 years ago
goraleksi says:
Yes!
Posted 2 years ago
oliver.burn says:
+2
Posted 2 years ago
nuclearscan says:
Much needed feature to compliment EN integration.
Posted 2 years ago
christopher.richards says:
Yes definitely needed
Posted 2 years ago
harryldanieliii says:
Ditto. We need to be able to search by so we can mass move from our default "inBox" to Evernote List or have it automatically happen when synced.
Posted 2 years ago
pauldb says:
I have a suggestion. If you're fairly diligent about tagging and prioritizing your tasks when you enter them straight into RTM, then tasks submitted via Evernote will be on a short list of untagged, unprioritized tasks. So a search (or a pre-built smart list) that consists of the following:
list:inbox and isTagged:false and priority:n

…will find you all of your Evernote-submitted tasks, and hopefully not much else. Then you can tag and prioritize them as you wish, and can also change the reminder time that might have been added to your task automatically / unintentionally.
Posted 2 years ago
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