It would really love to choose and attach Evernote Notes to task items.
I hate Evernote (necessary evel) but the genius of Moo.do would make it so much more bearable.
Moo.do is slowly changing my entire life, just like Evernote did for me 5 years ago. I've been using and paying for EN for a very long time. If you do this integration well, I will gladly pay for Moo.do, too.
Looks like this is now implemented...
The lack of integration to Evernote is my main reason for not moving over to moo.do. I am a current IQTell user as well. I mourn the loss of a great tool, but it's time to move on. Would love to seriously consider moo.do, but the Evernote integration is essential to how I work. Any updates on this integration or temporary work around? The suggestion below by Carlos didn't make sense to me. Probably a great workaround, but would need further explanation on to do it.
Yes in so many ways
Barry McBride commented
I'm currently an iqTell premium user, but it's a complex app with a lot of friction to use. If Moo.do were to implement this, I'd jump over as a premium user.
I agree, this would make Moo.do so much more powerful. Also, as Robert mentioned below, the link should then open the Evernote App, not Evernote Web.
Any timeline on this?
Yes! Would be soooo useful!
Carlos Cadu commented
Before the Evernote integration is implemented, for now a workaround could be to parse evernote links automatically, adding the "elephant" icon before the link. See example:
Actually, the link parsing could work for many other known services (e.g. Youtube).
In integrating with Evernote you could single yourselves out as a go-to app if you integrate in a way where Evernote links open up in your local installed Evernote app as opposed to the web version. I know that other apps like Swipes,RTM and Calengoo can do this on mobile. On a desktop I've only been able to link directly to the local EN by doing "Copy Classic Note Link" on Mac or (Ctrl)"Copy Note Link" on Windows.
Fred First commented
I second that idea and see this as a GENIUS addition to the inflexible notes structure that has kept me from committing to Evernote after more than five years of use to simply stuff things to remember. Such utility (plus gmail and calendar integration) would strongly tempt me to go pro. I’d be equally happy to be able to enter links from OneNote. Also after five years of use of WorkFlowy I’d love to pull branches in from that tree, but so far have not found a way to preserve outline structure.