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  1. tapiatom

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    Hi guys,

    This is my first post here and was wondering this:

    Since I am a teacher and need to plan my classes and what I normally do is create kind of todo lists for every class. I know there are plenty of applications that will let me do this, specially Evernote, however I have noticed that although it lets me attach files, pictures, etc. it will not let me link an url in the line I am writing.

    i.e.

    1. Cover pages 456 to 459 from text.
    2. Have students do this exercise. (ATTACHMENT)
    3. Discuss and analyze this picture (ATTACHMENT)
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    8. Visit this webiste: (URL ATTACHED)
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    As you can see in the (todo) list I am creating, in 8 I require to attach a link to a website. Is there an app that will let me do this?, so the link is actually clickable? Not to mention it has to have a way to categorize my lists, and basic features, etc.

    Thanks in advance,

    TOMAS
     

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    Have you tried either "QuickOffice pro" or " Documents To Go"?
     
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    Could I recommend you use Google Docs? I believe it will do what you're looking for.
     
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    Thanks for your answers!

    I'll try your suggestions, however I found a way to do what I needed and in Evernote it's just a matter of adding http:// to the url I want to visit in class. What annoys me is that when I try to attach a big file such a vid it will require me to pay for Premium which I don't really wanna do so I have to link to the youtube link but pretty sweet so far. :D
     
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    Well after checking it seems cool too but it doesn't give the option of attaching video from a file. :(
     

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