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Using Master Checklists in Evernote to Be a More Productive Lawyer

In previous posts, I've covered how Evernote helps to get things done more efficiently and with ease. In this post, I'll focus on using checklists in Evernote to help you become an even more productive lawyer. First, it's important to point out there is a real and meaningful distinction between checklists and tasks in Evernote. Checklists are designed to serve as reminders of things that you need to do, but not things that serve as single-action items, which Evernote considers a task. Checklists come in handy for activities that take several steps to complete, or for a portion of a project that requires lists.

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