How to Connect Evernote and Todoist (integration)

Go to Pleexy Website

Go to the Pleexy website and click “Login” at the

Go to the Pleexy website and click “Login” at the top of the page.

You will be presented with the screen above. Choos

You will be presented with the screen above. Choose “Login with Todoist” to log into Pleexy using your Todoist credentials.

The Pleexy supported applications screen will appe

The Pleexy supported applications screen will appear. Select the “Evernote” option.

An Evernote login screen will appear. Enter your E

An Evernote login screen will appear. Enter your Evernote and click the “Continue” button.

The password text box will appear. Enter your Ever

The password text box will appear. Enter your Evernote password and click “Sign in” to continue.

An authorization screen will appear asking you to

An authorization screen will appear asking you to authorize Pleexy to integrate with Evernote. Click the “Authorize” button to continue.

The connector creation screen will appear. Give yo

The connector creation screen will appear. Give your connector a name or simply use the default one provided (mine was Evernote). Scroll down to the next section of the page.

The source section is next. This is where you conf

The source section is next. This is where you configure the triggers for sending todos to Todoist. You can configure triggers based on:

  • A Note having a specific tag
  • A Note being in a specific notebook
  • A note that fits a custom Evernote saved search

I recommend using the Tag option and defining a specific tag like “send_to_todoist” for example to let Pleexy know that this note’s todos should be sent to Todoist.

As you can see from the image above, I actually ch

As you can see from the image above, I actually chose to use both the tag and notebook options (I did this just to show that you could do both). Scroll down to the next section of the page.

The Destination section configures what project in

The Destination section configures what project in Todoist you want your Evernote todo to be put in. I generally recommend sticking with the default option of sending all of your todos to the Todoist inbox. The inbox in Todoist serves as the default landing pad for tasks and once the todos appear in the inbox, you can simply assign them to the project you want.

Scroll down to the settings section.

The settings section allows you to configure how y

The settings section allows you to configure how your todo will appear in Todoist by allowing you to define a template for both the parent task title and the actual todos.

You can also choose whether or not you want to synchronize Evernote tags with Todoist Labels. Labels in Todoist are essentially tags so this option allows you to have Evernote tags flow into Todoist and Todoist labels to flow into Evernote as tags.

Pleexy allows you to choose how the label/tag synchronization happens via four options in the “Synchronize Labels notes” option:

  • Bi-directional
  • Evernote to Todoist only
  • Todoist to Evernote only
  • None

I recommend sticking with bi-directional sync unless you have a specific reason not to. Scroll down to the next section.

The “Evernote -> Todoist” section defines what

The “Evernote -> Todoist” section defines what Todoist should do to task that has been:

  • Deleted in Evernote
  • Marked Complete in Evernote

I recommend leaving the defaults for this section to delete the task/mark task complete. Scroll down to the next section.

The “Todoist -> Evernote” section defines what

The “Todoist -> Evernote” section defines what should happen in Todoist when you mark a todo complete in Evernote. I recommend leaving the default setting of “Complete todo”. This will mark the corresponding task in Todoist complete.

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2. Task template

In the Task template, you can specify how Pleexy creates, names, and synchronizes tasks and task attributes.

Customizing the task title template

Under Task title, customize how Pleexy names your

Under Task title, customize how Pleexy names your tasks in Todoist by adding text and selecting any of the given elements. For Evernote integrations, three elements are available for task names: {notebook}, {note}, and {todo}. If you chose to sync notes in your Source settings, you can only use {notebook} or {note} in the template.

As you change your task title template, Pleexy shows how your tasks will look in a live example above the template field. You can combine the macro elements however you want, as long as you get the formatting correct. Here are some ideas:

  • {todo} from {notebook}: {note}

  • {notebook} – {note}: {todo}

Note: If you manually edit a task title in Todoist, Pleexy won’t change the title in Evernote.

Synchronizing due dates and labels

You can also add a due date and label/s to your ta

You can also add a due date and label/s to your tasks in Todoist. If you toggle on Due date, Pleexy will add the reminder from your Evernote note as a due date to the task in Todoist upon initial sync.

If you toggle on Labels, Pleexy will add your tags from Evernote as labels to the task in Todoist.

If you chose to sync notes in your Source settings

If you chose to sync notes in your Source settings, you can further choose how labels will be synchronized between Todoist and Evernote. When a label is updated in one place, it will be automatically updated on the other end, depending on the options you’ve enabled.

If you’d rather not copy due dates and labels from Evernote to Todoist, simply disable these options.

Creating sub-tasks from to-dos

If you chose to synchronize to-dos in your Source settings, you can group your tasks in Todoist. If enabled, Pleexy will turn notes into parent tasks and to-dos into sub-tasks.

You can also customize how parent tasks will be na

You can also customize how parent tasks will be named in Todoist. Under Parent task title, select any of the given elements, {notebook} and {note}, to create a macro for naming parent tasks. The sub-tasks in Todoist will follow the Task title template you’ve set up in the first part of the Task template settings.

In this case, Pleexy will list all todos for each notebook and note under a single parent task. For example:

{notebook}: {note}

To-do

To-do

To-do

Lastly, you can choose to synchronize due dates and labels from your to-dos in Evernote to your sub-tasks in Todoist.

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