Look into this articles on how to connect your Swipes app with Evernote:
Once your Swipes app and Evernote are connected you can sync notes into the task manager in a few ways:
1. Automatically via Evernote
a) Choose a note that you want to turn into a task in Swipes (the title of the note in Evernote will be added as a title of the Swipes task).
b) Tag the note with 'swipes' and sync your Evernote. If the note contains checkmarks, they will be fetched and added as action steps/ subtask to the Swipes task.
c) Open your Swipes app, sync it and you'll see the new task added from Evernote among the list of all your other tasks.
The task can be snoozed/ scheduled, deleted, edited and completed. However, this does not affect your Evernote note in any way. The changes that we sync back to Evernote are related to the checkmarks /action steps. Any changes you make to them in Swipes or Evernote will be recorded in the both places. Eg. If you complete an action step in Swipes, you'll see the checkbox in Evernote being ticked off.
Action steps can only be completed or deleted from Swipes. They cannot be scheduled or transformed into separate tasks. We'll work on such functions in the future.
2. Manually via Importer
a) Go to Swipes' settings > Integrations > Open Importer
b) The importer will open a preview list with all your Evernote notes with checkmarks. Tap on the note you want to sync as a task. Open it. Swipes will then sync the change and export the note as a task in Swipes.
3. Manually via Attaching a Note (sync checkmarks only)
a) Open your Swipes app. Tap on a task to open it.
b) Press on the Evernote logo (the small elephant) in the top right corner on the task menu.
c) You'll be shown a list of all your notes in Evernote that include checkmarks. Choose the note you want to sync. If it contains checkmarks, they will be synced and added as action steps to your Swipes task.
Here's a screenshot of how to enable the three options of syncing notes from Evernote into the Swipes to-do app.