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  1. From my brief research of the Evernote Developer API docs, and the existing plugins I use, there seems to be no existing way to develop plugins for the desktop and mobile apps. Apparently all one can do is create their own GUI and integrate with Evernote's data API or create a browser plugin that can be used with Evernote Web and Data Application. Is it possible to create a desktop and/or mobile Evernote GUI Plugin?
  2. I'm not even sure if this is possible/options to look into. I wrote an email-based sync where a user has a note in Evernote and when the user sends an email from Evernote to a website endpoint, I want the endpoint to notify the user that their request was received on Evernote. I don't know if this is even possible. I just want to say "email received" sort of thing. The closest thing I could think of is having an Evernote with the contents updated (sync log). It's kind of like a webhook for Slack but looking for Evernote. To clarify: The user is currently on Evernote (website) looking at their note, they send the email (from here to share the current note) I want a popup/notification of some sort to say "Email received" I don't know if there is a system for this or not. I don't think so. Edit: In the meantime I just set up a slack webhook notification
  3. Hello All, Is there any keyboard shortcut for opening "hyperlink under the caret" in Evernote for Mac? I often find myself in a need to open the hyperlink (or even note link) under a caret and using the mouse is not comfortable and quite slow for me. I've found following reference for windows: https://www.shortcutworld.com/en/win/Evernote.html | https://goo.gl/MtHqbu There is "Open hyperlink under caret (or use Ctrl+Enter)". Unfortunately, I couldn't find such shortcut for Mac: https://www.shortcutworld.com/en/mac/Evernote.html Isn't this possible at all?
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