FacileThings

Evernote + FacileThings = Perfect GTD

AUTHOR: Francisco Sáez
Improvements Integrations

FacileThings has been accepted in the new Evernote App Center, where Evernote publishes independent applications that seamlessly integrate with its platform and provide added value to its users.

If you are a FacileThings user, this implies that:

  • The integration has been thoroughly tested by the technical team of Evernote.
  • It fully complies with their best practices guide.
  • Future changes will be also advised and reviewed by Evernote.

Evernote is, today, one of the most commonly used and most valued productivity tools in the cloud, due to the possibility it offers its users to have all their info—notes organized in notebooks, mainly—synchronized and available in all their devices: desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones…

Aware of this, in FacileThings we opt for a complete and robust integration between our GTD tool and Evernote, allowing to use it as a tool for capturing ideas and as storage for material to support tasks and projects. Evernote users who want to get organized effectively will find in FacileThings the perfect partner.

FacileThings con Evernote

If you want to help improve the integration between Evernote and FacileThings, please write us a comment below indicating what would help you to work better with both applications. Thank you!

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Francisco Sáez
@franciscojsaez

Francisco is the founder and CEO of FacileThings. He is also a Software Engineer who is passionate about personal productivity and the GTD philosophy as a means to a better life.

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11 comments

Commented about 9 years ago John Iskra

Hi,

I'm sure you all have thought about this already, but, I'll mention it anyway. It would be nice to be able to see the content of pdf's and htmls of in the note of an item as you're processing or doing the task.

Thank you!

John Iskra

Hi,

I'm sure you all have thought about this already, but, I'll mention it anyway. It would be nice to be able to see the content of pdf's and htmls of in the note of an item as you're processing or doing the task.

Thank you!

Commented about 9 years ago Francisco Sáez

You have done well to mention it, John. This wasn't captured in our backlog yet. Now it is ;)

Thanks!

Francisco Sáez

You have done well to mention it, John. This wasn't captured in our backlog yet. Now it is ;)

Thanks!

Commented about 9 years ago Marius Jacobsen Eggerud

It might be possible, but I do not know. It should be possible to open attached notes from Evernote in the mobile app. On the web app an icon indicate that an Evernote note is attached and I can choose to open the note in the Evernote app or in the Evernote website. Please make this possible in the Android and iOS app as well.

Marius Jacobsen Eggerud

It might be possible, but I do not know. It should be possible to open attached notes from Evernote in the mobile app. On the web app an icon indicate that an Evernote note is attached and I can choose to open the note in the Evernote app or in the Evernote website. Please make this possible in the Android and iOS app as well.

Commented about 9 years ago Francisco Sáez

Hi Marius,

Sure. At least, in the next version of the mobile apps you will be able to see the notes attached to your actions.

Thanks for the comment!

Francisco Sáez

Hi Marius,

Sure. At least, in the next version of the mobile apps you will be able to see the notes attached to your actions.

Thanks for the comment!

Commented about 9 years ago Brian

Hey Franccisco, first, FacileThings is awesome! But here's how I think it could be even better. I would love to see bidirectional syncing between FacileThings and Evernote so that, for example, when you move an Evernote-generated note to one notebook in FacileThings the same note is moved in Evernote. Does that make sense? I just don't like having to process my inbox in FacileThings and process my inbox in Evernote. Take it for what it's worth.

Brian

Hey Franccisco, first, FacileThings is awesome! But here's how I think it could be even better. I would love to see bidirectional syncing between FacileThings and Evernote so that, for example, when you move an Evernote-generated note to one notebook in FacileThings the same note is moved in Evernote. Does that make sense? I just don't like having to process my inbox in FacileThings and process my inbox in Evernote. Take it for what it's worth.

Commented about 9 years ago Marius Jacobsen Eggerud

Please make it possible to add an already excisting Evernote note that a task from within Facile Things.

Marius Jacobsen Eggerud

Please make it possible to add an already excisting Evernote note that a task from within Facile Things.

Commented about 9 years ago Marius Jacobsen Eggerud

+1 for Brian's post.

Marius Jacobsen Eggerud

+1 for Brian's post.

Commented about 9 years ago Francisco Sáez

Hi Brian,

Absolutely! Many users have suggested something similar and we're looking for a solution that includes all possibilities.

Thanks!

Francisco Sáez

Hi Brian,

Absolutely! Many users have suggested something similar and we're looking for a solution that includes all possibilities.

Thanks!

Commented about 9 years ago Francisco Sáez

Hi Marius,

We're also testing a new Evernote technology (webhooks) that will allow you to add/update notes in real time. No sync will needed ;)

Thanks!

Francisco Sáez

Hi Marius,

We're also testing a new Evernote technology (webhooks) that will allow you to add/update notes in real time. No sync will needed ;)

Thanks!

Commented about 9 years ago Sharon Kimble

How about it being able to work with 'Everpad' or 'NixNote', both linux desktop programmes for using evernote with?

Sharon Kimble

How about it being able to work with 'Everpad' or 'NixNote', both linux desktop programmes for using evernote with?

Commented about 9 years ago Francisco Sáez

Hi Sharon,

As I understand, both Everpad and NixNote are simply Evernote client programs for Linux, so you should be able to use them with FacileThings with no problems.

Francisco Sáez

Hi Sharon,

As I understand, both Everpad and NixNote are simply Evernote client programs for Linux, so you should be able to use them with FacileThings with no problems.

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