Mike Dariano


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How to use Evernote: The search that makes it a great to do list.

I've written about my attempts to use Evernote as a to do list but mostly failed because my to do's often didn't get done when they needed to. The biggest problem for me was keeping them organized without another dedicated app - since I've learned how I really use my iPhone.

I've tried many options - my iPhone bottom row being a revolving door - for the to-do list. Lifehacker has suggestions, Workflowy is great for lists but didn't fit me quite right. Then, I started combining different Evernote searches and found this search combination tag:todo, todo:false.

This returns any notes tagged 'todo' and that have check boxes unchecked. This combination works for me because I like using the check boxes for steps in a series like goals for a day or party planning. So to only search for the unchecked boxes - todo:false - would be unhelpful as 46 of my 439 notes are like this. Some of those notes I use as templates to copy over like using Evernote to create trip plans or party preparation.

What I've done is add the tag todo to the notes with check boxes for things that I really need to get done. Then created a saved search that looks for the todo tag as well as the unchecked box.

AI Roboform

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AI Roboform is an awesome piece of software. When I tried out MacOS for a few days the one and only program I missed was Roboform.

Roboform has two main functions which are totally separate.

1. It automatically fills forms on the web for you. You put in your name, address, phone number, age, etc. and it will fill out any form on any page with just one click. This is insanely helpful for doing things like signing up for forums or buying things online. You can even put multiple addresses.

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