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Batch insert q&a in Evernote


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#1 GTop


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Posted 09 January 2013 - 05:41 PM

Hi Guys,

I'm using Evernote since '07 and must say that I've gradually became a fan of it.
Now - since I'm back in school for Italian classes - I really want to use Peek to get those words right.

I know how to use Evernote to get it correctly into Peek, however, I now face the task to get more than a 1000 words in there... I don't think it seems to be a wise way to spend the day if I should make a new note for each word (figure it should be in both IT-NL and NL-IT notebooks).

There must be a faster way to set-up the notebook, but I can't seem to find it out on Google or here on the forum/ KB.

Could some of you give me some support or tips on this?

Thanks in advance!

Ps. Alternatively I guess we could create some web service through the API doing this, but I'd rather explore the existing features before going into that area...

#2 xdelplanque


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Posted 16 January 2013 - 03:35 AM

I don't know any quick way to create those notes at the moment.
The best way would probably be to use the web service indeed. Here is the documentation about creating a note:
You could probably do a script which parses a CSV file and then create a new note (TITLE - BODY) for each record.

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