OAuth and shared notebooks
Until today, calls to authenticateToSharedNotebook failed if the requesting application had an OAuth API key - you needed a client key to access shared information. Because of our transition to all OAuth, it became impossible for developers to use shared notebooks. We fixed this issue in our latest service update and we are now offering full access to shared content for third party apps (public and private notebooks).
New Trunk review policy
Since existing client keys will be deactivated on November 1st, we will no longer be adding apps that use client keys to the Evernote Trunk. Our goal is to offer a better user experience and to align our guidelines with our review process.
Only 18 days in the Devcup!
Last, but not least, you have 18 days left to work on your submissions for the Devcup! We are getting a lot of great feedback from participants and we are looking forward to seeing what you build! Learn more about the competition here.
Announcement: OAuth and shared notebooks, Trunk review and Devcup
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