This is a really bad move by Evernote - Todoist here I come!

I'm quite disappointed in Evernote. They removing the great and very useful feature to send emails to Evernote for the free account now called “Basic”… You have to pay to keep using that feature… It's only available for the new Evernote Plus and Premium accounts.

And I actually don't have problems with paying for Apps and services I like, but I the way Evernote did this was a very bad move. This feature has been free from the start and thousands of users (including me) has built up workflows and ways using this email feature. And now after so many years Evernote forces all those users to pay for that feature.

Personally I used it to send in email with attachments like documents into my Evernote account so that I could store them there and process them later, and also for future reference. It was awesome to be able to have these documents always with me on all my devices.

This just make me even more sure that I will pay for Todoist premium instead now. And start using this email feature with the excellent Todoist service instead. It works great to store documents and attachments from emails in Todoist.

I think Evernote loses a lot of loyal users by doing bad moves like this.

So here I come Todoist! I will go all in with you know thanks to this bad move by Evernote.

Here is just a few tweets from many users that also is disappointed in this bad move by Evernote:

I use emojis in Todoist for clarity

I love Todoist. I really do. It's the task management / GTD system that works best for me personally. I use it all the time, everyday. Sometimes I can have upto 70 tasks that should be done that day! And I enjoy it and it gives me carma points :) Another feature in Todoist that makes it better than everything else out there. It motivates you to do stuff. So I try to add everything into Todoist. Everything from small to big.

And one thing I've recently started to do is to use emojis for project names and also for sone recurring tasks. I use them for context too. For example a car for tasks that should be done when I am in my car or something with the car. Same thing with a house for something I should do when I'm home. Or a factory for stuff that I should do at my day work. Or a cam recorder for stuff that has to do with my YouTube channel. It helps a lot with knowing which project a task belongs to and what the task is all about. You get a much more visual view of what it is. If you have done a lot of mind mapping you know what I mean.

And the emojis you use shows up in your calendar too, if you have integrated Todoist with your calendar. And also in your reminders, notifications and emails from Todoist. And they even shows up in the desktop versions and the chrome extension too.

So basically they are everywhere. And that helps me be more productive because I can very fast and easy see what I should do next and where.