Clone Evernote Note Titles

Easily send your Evernote note title as a task and include a link to the note in the task description.  TaskClone also  clones individual Evernote tasks to task apps or to a "task list" note.

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Cloning note titles by notebook

Note: Beyond the free trial, this feature available only on Premium and Business Plans

3 Easy Steps
  1. Create a notebook named "TaskClone" if one is not already created.
  2. Place a note in the "TaskClone" notebook.
  3. Sync/Save Changes.  Evernote mobile apps sync automatically.

When you sync Evernote > TaskClone is notified of the note, clones the note title and sends it to your task app in less than 2 minutes.   Your task app is responsible for converting titles into tasks which can take from 0-5 minutes. 

When TaskClone is finished > the tag "cloned" is added to the note so you know the title was sent as a task. 

Important! Do not edit the note until Evernote syncs again and you see the "cloned" tag or you risk creating a conflicting modification because TaskClone is editing the note to add the "cloned" tag at the same time you are editing.

Cloning note titles by tag

Note: This feature available only on Premium and Business Plans

3 Easy Steps
  1. Create or find a note anywhere in your Evernote account
  2. Add the tag "noteclone".  This tag will be created in Evernote the first time you use it.  You do not need to add this tag in TaskClone settings as it is an embedded tag.
  3. Sync/Save Changes.  Evernote mobile apps sync automatically.

When you sync Evernote > TaskClone is notified of the note, clones the note title and sends it to your task app in less than 2 minutes.   Your task app is responsible for converting titles into tasks which can take from 0-5 minutes. 

When TaskClone is finished > the "noteclone" tag is removed and the tag "cloned" is added so you know the title was sent as a task. 

Important! Do not edit the note until Evernote syncs again and you see the "cloned" tag or you risk creating a conflicting modification because TaskClone is editing the note to add the "cloned" tag at the same time you are editing.

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