Copy to-dos to my task app
TaskClone was created for this use case and it couldn’t be more simple.
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What is a to-do in your source app?
Not as simple a question as you might think. Different source apps use different names and even have different types of to-dos. TaskClone processes the text that follows to-dos as indicated in the table below.
Outside of this article, we may use todo, to-do, checklist and task interchangeably because most apps do the same thing, but remember the table above if you have questions.
📌 Note. At this time Evernote has not granted developers access to their Evernote Tasks feature. Evernote also has legacy “checkboxes” which TaskClone does not support.
How do I copy the to-dos to my task app?
By default, TaskClone processes all the to-dos in a note. Simply begin each to-do on a separate line where the checkbox is the first thing on that line (e.g. not inside a bulleted or numbered list).
You can add new to-dos to the note at any time. TaskClone periodically checks notes that match your connection criteria and processes any unprocessed to-dos to the destination indicated.
Learn how you can treat individual to-dos differently, add more information to tasks and manage syncing task status - TaskClone Features List.