Sync with Evernote
Wunderlist enables me to remember to do everything. Evernote enables me to remember everything. The integration of Wunderlist as Evernote's much needed task manager would be incredible! If my lists were saved as Evernotes it would be very helpful. Please.
Julien V. commented
There is more to do with a full Evernote support.
Now Drag and Drop an Evernote item generate a link that you can use in other App.
So here, lets also say: Dragging an Evernote item in Wunderlist will create a new task (title of E.N. item = Wunderlist task title and my E.N. content = Wunderlist Note App content , for instance).
Other feature could be add with an Evernote support, and since Evernote also support iCloud sync.
(Im not working at/in/for but only with Evernote :P )
A way to tie to a particular note would be really cool so that the task(s) have expanded context. Conversely, the note in Evernote has tied in tasks that could be shared as necessary. I've been needing this functionality for a couple a years.
Anderson Marques commented
Agree... this is the killer integration. Wunderlist + Evernote. 6wunderkinder gains a lot of fans making this.
Simon Fisher commented
I would lovvvvve to see this integration. Particularly for Wunderlist to build To Do lists based on new notes I create in Evernote with specified tags / in specified work books. I used to use Wunderlist a lot but have since used advanced tagging / notebook features of Evernote to create dynamic To Do lists. I would much prefer to view the To Do lists in the Wunderlist GUI and manage them there instead of Evernote, but invariably the tasks start in Evernote. Integration PLEASE!
That would be cool as long as you could turn the feature off.
INTEGRATION WITH EVERNOTE WOULD BE AMAZING!!!!
It would be great if that could be a direct link to a note! :) Wunderlist would have to be able to access to your Evernote account/login. It would also be great if the contents of that Evernote could be previewed in an overlayer display, (Instead of directly 'going' to Evernote when Clicked'.) In this overlayer display, there should be a button; 'go to Evernote item'`. This preview overlayer can quickly show if you're looking at the right item. (Preferably it's scrollable. Most notes are longer... :)