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Kasey Chang

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  1. I am trying to automate the importing of certain notes into Evernote through Tasker on Android. That part is not the problem, but rather, the limitations of the ENEX file import. Basically, I am trying to create reminders programmatically in the default "inbox" notebook. I've tried using Intent / CREATE_NEW_NOTE with populated fields but it pops up the interface, which is not needed. Indeed, when the system starts to lag, it created additional problems. So I'd like to avoid this method if it is at all, possible. I've created ENEX file for import, and used the intent / SEND and while that works and it even created a reminder, it went into a SEPARATE notebook called "Imported Notes", rather than into "Inbox". And searching through the DTD for ENEX shows nowhere to put in the GUID for Inbox. So basically this function is useless for creating reminders in the Inbox (!) So here's the main question: Is it POSSIBLE to specify which notebook to import into when using Intent / SEND and the Enex file? Checking both the DTD and API shows no field that can specify such. If this is NOT possible, how should one attempt to programmatically create reminders on Android via Tasker? Is Intent / CREATE_NEW_NOTE my only option? What EXTRA field should I pass to create a REMINDER? I assume it'd be REMINDERORDER? It's surely NOT mentioned on the Evernote Intent Page.
  2. Ended up doing it with AutoShortCut to launch the reminder shortcut and AutoInput to stuff input into the dialog box. https://www.reddit.com/r/tasker/comments/3smw8j/refining_my_pet_evernoteautovoice_project/
  3. Any body? The Dev forum don't want to talk about intents. Guess I'll have to repost over there if I don't hear anything here.
  4. Update: With AutoShortcut, I found the intent to open the quick_reminder rs#intent;action=com.evernote.widget.action.CREATE_NEW_QUICK_REMINDER However, I have no idea what is the parameter launchflags I know what's S.NOTEBOOK_GUID as I only use one and I can hard-code it. There's also a s.WIDGET_TYPE but that's not important. But this ultimately doesn't work that well. Where is this in the Evernote API documentation? How do I just directly create a reminder through INTENT? What do I pass along with the INTENT?
  5. Been redirected here after posting in the developer area (that Tasker is not considered a development environment...) Any way, any one can directly to a syntax on how to add a reminder to Evernote Reminder via Tasker on Android? I am pretty sure it had to do with calling the NEWNOTE intent, but parsing the API doesn't tell me how to create just a reminder by itself. Basically, I am trying to create something similar with "Remind me to..." except with Evernote reminder instead of Google's own reminder function with tasker. I have no problem with voice recognition. I have AutoVoice plug-in. But how do I... a) bring up the dialog box to add a "quick reminder" like the one in the widget... and specify what text to insert or forget the dialog box, just tell me how to trigger the activity or INTENT in Android, and specify what text to insert, and what parameter to include to make it a reminder, not a regular note. Anyone? The original post about intent and tasker was not that clear, and it was years ago.
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