We are testing integration with Evernote via Zapier: https://plus.google.com/b/114021845786371597651/+Checkvist/posts/SoiDZevJKdZ
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.
594 votesAdminKirill Maximov (Admin, Checkvist) responded
We would really want to implement this in a new mobile HTML5 app for iphone/android devices first.SteveTheOcean supported this idea ·
Here is a quick workaround to add tasks to checkvist when you are offline:
Open any text editor (I use vim) and create a text description of the tasks.
Create subtasks by indenting with tab characters.
When you are back on line use checkvist's import button to add the new tasks.
I use this but I have not tried anything fancy llke [link:URL:text}; if someone wants to try it I'd love to know if it works.
I'm eagerly anticipating this.
1 voteAdminKirill Maximov (Admin, Checkvist) responded
Steve, [link: documentation is already documented in “Smart syntax” section in the help, available with ‘?’ key.