I just started to use tags for locations, like #@pc, #@home, #@work, etc.
It's not ideal, but it works for me.
If you are going to do this, please keep in mind using the @ symbol: https://wunderlist.uservoice.com/forums/136230-wunderlist-feature-requests/suggestions/9410451-option-to-add-a-tasks-location-via
I would like to use this to add even more generic locations, like "on computer"m "at home". It would be nice to have a smart list which groups things by location.
Here I have to take out the trash every sunday, tuesday and thursday. It would be great if Wunderlist could remind me of that (I'm new to this "living alone" thing)
I have recurring tasks on Wunderlist, to pay each bill I have to pay. Most of the receipts for those bills are stored on OneNote.
Another thing I have in Wunderlist is my weekly meal planning. One task for every day of the week, with the recipe I want to try. My recipe book is a OneNote notebook.
In both situations, I would like to attach/link the OneNote note to the corresponding Wunderlist task.
I have all sorts of lists in OneNote. Lists of books I want to read, lists of movies, of songs, etc.
They may not be in the same note, but all movie titles are tagged with the "Watch movie" tag, all song names are tagged, all book titiles are tagged.
I use the "tag search" from OneNote desktop to find them, and I think this is the direction OneNote integration should go, giving me a way to see a list of a specific subject (tag) from OneNote in Wunderlist.
There is a DropBox integration. They should extend it to include OneDrive (and maybe Google Drive, someone will ask for it).