link to evernote
ability to linke notes with evernote would be great, this would allow to link all kinds of external documents to a task or checklist
We are testing integration with Evernote via Zapier: https://plus.google.com/b/114021845786371597651/+Checkvist/posts/SoiDZevJKdZ
Troy Christmas commented
Checkvist already integrates with Evernote using TaskClone (https://www.taskclone.com). TaskClone takes Evernote checklists or note titles and sends them as tasks to Checkvist. The resulting task has a link back to Evernote (web and/or app links).
You can see a comparison of TaskClone vs. Zapier vs. IFTTT at http://support.taskclone.com/article/88-compare-taskclone-with-zapier-ifttt-and-evernote-reminders
Evernote is superb at organizing heterogenous information. It's not so great at lists (or tables).
Checkvist is the best list organizer I've ever seen (and keeps getting better).
They don't fit together as well as I'd like, though - as Jody Botham says I'd love to see checkvist directly integrated into evernote especially with the orrline usability of evernote.
I have a couple ideas I'm kicking around which I'll write about later - mostly involving directly integrating a specialized web browser right into evernote.
Jody Botham commented
If you could load the linked Evernote note content inline that would be hugely useful.
@klw it's not nearly as fast and intuitive as checkvist. If Checkvist could replace that awful sidebar in evernote it could gain enough of a following to replace evernote altogether.
In Checkvist, you can use syntax like [link: title|http://www.google.com] to create links to arbitrary target URLs.
It's easy to link to Evernote. Just open the Evernote Notebook or Note you want to link to and copy the URL, then paste it as a task or note in Checkvist. You can store all your project reference and checklists and so on in EN, and see them with one click from within CV. The only (very small) drawback is that the URLs are ungainly.
I agree that evernote linkage much akin to integration to www.reQall.com would be great.
. . . rather than store everything in Checkvist