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Evernote Use #1- Checklists and To-Do Lists
If you’re new to Evernote, creating a checklist is a great place to start. We can all agree that making lists helps us get things done. Being able to access the list (phone, computer, tablet, etc.) works even better. Since Evernote syncs between all of your devices, it’s a perfect way to get things done.
How to Create a Checklist
Advanced Tip: Type “todo:false” in the Evernote search window to find all unmarked checklist items. (Caution: May be somewhat depressing.)