Delegate note management and focus on the important stuff.

Filterize is a cloud service that acts as your personal Evernote assistant. Tell the software how you organize your notes or just let its Artificial Intelligence learn how to do it automatically. Filterize will then manage your notes in the background, eliminating repetitive tasks, avoiding errors and saving you time.

  • Pros: 

    Filterize is my personal Evernote Assistant that helps me with keeping my Evernote database orderly and organized.



    I have been using Filterize since its first beta. It has been improved a great deal since this early stage. Filterize is every Evernote users dream, since it brings a personal assistant to an awesome productivity tool.

    Enrico Nahler has used this product for one year.
  • Katrin Krieger
    Katrin Kriegerentrepreneur

    saves lots of time and eliminates repitive manual tasks



    I have been using filterize for Evernote and Evernote Business for more than two years and I love it because it is easy to use and I can focus on the important things while filterize takes care for the minor tasks automatically

    Katrin Krieger has used this product for one year.
Hi Makers & Hunter, I’m very excited about our launch here at Product Hunt. First of all, I would like to thank @chrismessina for hunting us! Tl;dr Filterize is a software tool that works together with Evernote to provide a superior user experience. === Problem === Evernote is a very popular note taking application. It is totally flexible in how you organize your notes. This is great, because it gives you the freedom you want. But, the larger your database, the more effort you have to invest in keeping it organized. Some people have even had to declare note-taking “bankruptcy” because they had neglected their housekeeping chores for so long that they could no longer find anything. The actions you have to perform in order to keep your data in order are extremely repetitive — every time you collect a new recipe, you have to tag it with Recipe or move it into your Recipes notebook. Ironically, it is precisely this kind of repetitive task that computers can do much better than humans. === Solution === This was our original insight which led us to develop a digital assistant for Evernote that we call Filterize. With Filterize, the user can define frequently occurring data management tasks, which the software can execute automatically in the background for them. ✅ Automation rules like IFTTT For Evernote ✅ Self-refreshing table of content notes to build your own dashboards ✅ 1-click templates - even for existing notes 🔥 During the last months, we developed an AI that can learn your behavior to suggest rules for your note filing. It’s currently in beta, but available for all of you. === Story === When I started using Evernote a put all my stuff there, documents, emails, and many more. Unfortunately, all the stuff was placed into de default notebook, where I have to care of them to put them into the right notebook and add appropriate tags. I’m a lazy computer scientist so I decided to write some code to do these boring tasks for me. That was the birth of Filterize a couple of years ago. During the last years we build a tool, that helps Evernote pro users to avoid repetitive tasks, avoid mistakes and save time. BTW, for all Product Hunters we have a special 25% discount for the first year premium.
@chrismessina @pascal_held Hi Pascal, how do we get a coupon code to get a 25% discount for the first year of Filterize Premium?
@laura_denis you can use HUNTER25EUR.
Thank you, @pascal_held , for developing this awesome automation tool for Evernote. Filterize keeps my Evernote Account organized and does all the repetitive tasks for me, so that I can make better use of my time instead of manually organizing all the bits and pieces. Every Evernote User should connect Filterize to their Evernote account
@enrico_nahler It's a pleasure for me to improve the productivity of all @evernote users.
I'm new on the block. Hope to do the curve fast.
@ikpe_okafor Take a look at our tutorial videos at YouTube
If you have any questions feel free to ask. I'm glad to help