Evernote Use #1- Checklists and To-Do Lists #50EduEvernote

Over the next few weeks, I will be posting 50 different ways school administrators and educators can use Evernote to be more organized and more effective. I’ll be using #50EduEvernote on Twitter to further this discussion and share ideas. If you’d like, click here to follow me on Twitter.


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Evernote Checklist on iPhone

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

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Create a new note and click the checkbox icon

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Begin listing your tasks. Press return between tasks to add a new checkbox. As you complete tasks, check them off your list.

Advanced Tip:  Type “todo:false” in the Evernote search window to find all unmarked checklist items. (Caution:  May be somewhat depressing.)

5 thoughts on “Evernote Use #1- Checklists and To-Do Lists #50EduEvernote

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  3. Hoping you will compile all of these into one shared notebook or something when the series is done. I love using Evernote for school and could also use some tips on how to get other eductators on the EN bandwagon!

    • That’s the plan! I’m planning to put all of these ideas into a downloadable PDF. Keep trying to get other educators on the EN bandwagon.

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