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  1. Evernote Sync is great for a number of reasons. As with other solutions, it means your journal is backed up and sync'd. But because it uses Evernote, it means you can actually read your journal entries right from your Evernote account, and see your photos in-line with the content, just like you can from Journalized. You can even take it a step further - you can edit, delete and add new notes into the Journalized notebook, right from Evernote, and the next time you open Journalized it'll all sync back down to the app. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/journalized/id535097610?mt=8
  2. They don't - it opens the authentication webview, as expected.
  3. Thanks for getting back to me. I've heard from a number of users about this issue, and I can confirm that they didn't press the cancel button, they pressed authorize. This resulted in them receiving the email confirming that they'd authorized Journalized, but when the view controller closed, they got that error above. The view controller was also definitely passed. Trying again to authorize, even after periods of time, gives the same error to people. I've downloaded the app from the app store and followed the steps myself, and it worked for me without any problems. I asked a friend to do the same, but he got the error. What's the next step? The only code I'm running at this point is that line - my integration with evernote goes no further until they're authorized, so I can't see that the problem is from inside the app. The SDK version being used is version 1.2.1, from 12th June.
  4. This error only seems to happen to some users, and I'm unsure how many. The ones who do receive it, receive it continually. I have the code: authenticateWithViewController:completionHandler:And in the completion error, they receive the following error: Error Domain=com.evernote.sdk Code=-3000 "The operation couldn’t be completed. (com.evernote.sdk error -3000.)" UserInfo=0x1d8a2ae0 {statusCode=401}Any way that I can find out what this error means and how to resolve it?
  5. AndrewHart

    how to delete a resource?

    I did what you did in your first post: 1. Get the resource GUID. 2. Get the resource.noteGuid. 3. Get the note using the noteGuid. 4. Get the note.resources. 5. Remove the correct resource from the list. 6. Update note. The problem is that although it's now visually gone from the note, the EDML of the note still contains its tag. It doesn't clean it up automatically.
  6. I was wondering if there was an option (or if Evernote would consider making one) where if a user chose to join Evernote Premium through a developer's app, the developer would get a percentage of the money, for conversion? Would other developers be interested in this?
  7. When my app starts up, I want it to grab the latest changes from Evernote - that is, the changes since it last updated. As part of that process, I want to see what's been moved to the trash recently. Looking at a Note type, it has a created, updated and deleted timestamp. I went to the NoteStore.findNotesMetadata function, which takes a NoteFilter as an argument. NoteFilter has a NoteSortOrder argument, which is the way in which the notes returned are sorted. NoteSortOrder has the options: CREATED UPDATED RELEVANCE UPDATE_SEQUENCE_NUMBER TITLE There isn't an option to sort notes by date deleted. The date created and modified remain the same as they did before, and so without grabbing the metadata of every note there's ever been, there doesn't seem to be a way for me to see what's been deleted recently. Any thoughts as to how I could go about sorting by the deleted timestamp?