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  1. Hi @Brad @ Aquamark, We've just added Zapier integration to Tuskify, our Evernote automation tool. Tuskify allows you to create "recipes" which look for specific triggers in your notes (e.g. tag "customer" added to note) and then perform actions to your notes (e.g. move note to notebook "Customers"). With our latest update, you can now integrate Evernote with many other apps by using Tuskify and Zapier. You can read more about integrating Tuskify with Zapier here. Hopefully that's something that could be of use to you? If you have any questions please ask. Kind regards, Rich tuskify.com
  2. I know this is an old post but I thought I'd share as it directly answers at least one post here. Tuskify is a service that interacts with your notes in Evernote and can automate many of your workflows and manual tasks. The above is a perfect example of one of the many things Tuskify can automate. To explain, in Tuskify you create recipes which contain triggers and actions. Triggers are things that Tuskify should look for in your notes before running the actions, which update your notes. For @MPBerz you would create a recipe to look for notes that are tagged with todo (trigger), and add a reminder to those notes (action). This would allow you to quickly add a tag to any notes (in Evernote or the Web Clipper, for example) and have them automatically show in your reminders list. We've just recently added Zapier integration, so if you wanted your todo's to appear in Todoist (for example) after you tag them, that's no problem @cyboman I believe your request is slightly different to the above so we'd certainly be willing to hear what you'd like to achieve and discuss how Tuskify can help. Rich https://www.tuskify.com Disclaimer: I work at (and co-founded) Tuskify. We created Tuskify because we love Evernote but wanted to have more flexibility and automation - so we did something about it!
  3. Hi everyone, I'm really excited to announce an app we have been working extremely hard on for the last year! The app is called Tuskify and can be found at https://www.tuskify.com. Tuskify is currently in beta and is an integration with Evernote that allows you to automate the way you organize your notes. For example if you regularly move notes with all checkboxes complete to your "Done" notebook, we can do that automatically for you. Tuskify allows you to check your notes for specific conditions. These conditions are called "Triggers", and when they occur one or more "Actions" that you specify are performed. In the example above, the trigger is the checkboxes being set to complete and the action is moving the note to the "Done" notebook. The trigger and action above form a "recipe" and a recipe can contain multiple triggers and actions. We are currently looking for a number of beta testers before we go public with this. If you are interested please sign up for a free 7 day trial by visiting Tuskify. We want to make this the best it can be so we want to hear the good, the bad and the ugly, including the cunning ways you found to break it! You can get in touch with us by: - using the Support form - emailing us directly at support@tuskify.com - direct message on this forum - tweeting us @Tuskify We aim to reply to all communication within 2 days, but please keep in mind that further investigation may be required which could take longer. Please be assured that we will reply to everyone's comments. We're excited to hear what you think! N.B. Recipes are run against notes that you create or update. For example, if you add a recipe that looks for notes with the word "testing" in the title, any notes that you then create or update with "testing" in the title will be picked up by this recipe. Time-based recipes are the exception to the above. Rather than being triggered by a created or updated note, these recipes are triggered by the passing of time, such as a reminder on a note becoming due.
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