mcogilvie is right - my message was too rude.
I apologize for this.
I thought that Adam (the guy with a quote about "GTD zealots") was a representative of Evernote. I don't know if it is true or not.
Unfortunately, Evernote ignores numerous requests for reminders (calendar) functionality, which is needed for any productivity system, not only for GTD.
Yes, Evernote ignores it nicely and politely, and it is their choice.
Can you ,please, say where I can find this David Allan's recommendation?Because I use Evernote for reference information, and follow David Allan's recommendation to keep reference separate from next actions, I have no need for the functionality you desire.
It seems that I missed some part of GTD implementation.
And how you synchronize your projects (next actions) manager with your reference system?
Do you manually duplicate projects in todomanager and Evernote? Tags?
For me it is quite painful to open todomanager, chose next action, then to open Evernote and to try to find reference material, which I need in order to do chosen next action.
Thanks in advance for help,