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  1. Hi @Remus sorry for the delay in responding. At the moment the way to do that is to login, choose the Delete Account option and then go through the sign up process again but choose the new calendar you'd like to sync with. This will ensure everything is tidied up for the transition.
  2. We're looking at introducing some config around the service in an upcoming release. Event duration or modelling as all day event are both likely to be included.
  3. Hi @Lo. we don't support that at the moment. Unfortunately the way Business notes are modelled in the Evernote API (the service we use to interact with notes) is completely different for Personal and Business. It's on the list of potentials but it would probably be a paid for option.
  4. @jpaz unfortunately the Google web UI doesn't render the URL attribute which is what we now update as well as the Description. Will give some thought to adding into the location field as an option.
  5. @jpaz Updating the URL field in the calendar event is now supported for all calendar services. Hope that gives you the functionality you need.
  6. Thanks @jpaz. We're very shortly going to update the service to also write to the URL property of the calendar event for those calendar services that support it.
  7. Will post updates. The driver for this is our Calendar API service which we're currently adding a series of features to better support enterprise software integrations. Re: webcal. The challenges you have are It's free text with poor auth support by clients You're reliant on the update cycle of the calendar client or in the case of Google their servers which can be as bad as 24 hours It's only read-only so you can't track updates between calendar and application
  8. @EdH that depends on the provider. O365 and Exchange currently require that because of the APIs we're using to get the required feature set. They're may be a way to avoid this in the O365 scenario so that's being investigated shortly. More information on our approach to security here https://www.cronofy.com/security-performance/
  9. If you have two-factor auth (2FA) enabled for your Apple account then you would an app specific password that could be revoked. We store the password as encrypted credentials to be used for access. Alternatively if you don't have 2FA enabled, then we exchange the credentials for a token which we store encrypted, discard the password and use the token for access.
  10. @JMichaelTX and @DTLow The pricing plans you linked to are for access to our core service which is a Calendar API that allows software developers to integrate their apps with calendars. The Evernote Calendar Connector is free to use. We built it as a sample application to demonstrate our the capabilities of our API. The application is open source and free to use.
  11. André, the URL should come through in the notes field on the event. We're looking at also enabling our Calendar API to set the URL field of the event but it's not supported by all calendar providers so we just need to consider how to degrade sensibly.
  12. From the Cronofy perspective, we're relying on the web URL, and subsequent deep link redirect to the app, as the most reliable way to link through to a note. My guess is that Evernote require the user to be logged in to allow that redirect to happen. If there was another secure way of generating a reliable url to the note that would open the app or web depending on the state of the device we would happily use it.
  13. Hi Enki. If you HAVEN'T got two-factor auth on your Apple ID enabled then we exchange your credentials for a token using a proprietary Apple process. We only store the token and not the credentials. If you HAVE got two-factor auth enabled then you will need to create an app-specific password that we do store.
  14. Our revenue comes from providing an API for developers to integrating their apps and services with their user's calendars. We've chosen to sponsor the Evernote application ourselves as it's a great example of what's possible when you integrate with a user's calendar. Thanks for the feedback. We're also collating thoughts on our feedback site. More general CalDav support is definitely on the roadmap. Technically we can provide it, it's just about how we handle the user experience cleanly. Yahoo itself has some specific challenges that feel more strategic from them rather than technical
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