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  1. @Damon_M I see you've posted on StackOverflow which is the appropriate place so let's pick up the discussion there.
  2. Accessing an account via OAuth gives access to all of the notebooks in the account that was authenticated to.
  3. How to set default notebook

    @bjerved A "default business notebook" has been added to the core capability of Evernote and support for it is in the process of being implemented in the clients. I know it's in the Mac client now, don't think it's in Windows yet, not sure about iOS/Android.
  4. All, A "default business notebook" has been added to the core capability of Evernote and support for it is in the process of being implemented in the clients. I know it's in the Mac client now, don't think it's in Windows yet, not sure about iOS/Android.
  5. I can't confirm that particular script will work but yes, Evernote stores its date/time values in epoch time - the number of seconds since 1/1/1970.
  6. @aiwira It's not that the Evernote API is different than the Yinxiang API per se, but the app has to build in programming code to change the endpoint to which it makes its Evernote calls, to use the Yinxiang endpoint instead of the US endpoint. It's not that hard of a thing to do, but Chronify would have to implement it if, as it sounds like, that have not done so. As Gaz says, it's something you'd have to take up with Chronify.
  7. Nitpick: on your web page, it should be written as Evernote, not EverNote (the "n" is lowercase).
  8. Zapier and NotebookGUID

    Zapier is supposed to work with Evernote Business, so I would definitely contact them and ask about this.
  9. gaz is correct, StackOverflow is the place; but since you asked your above question here and not in your SO question, I'll reply here. The Evernote API interacts only with the Evernote cloud web service. It has no knowledge of the state of things on a given client, so would not have any ability to interact with and save a particular open note on the Android client.
  10. Sharing notes and notebooks

    @Lola Blue Mae No problem; if you have additional sharing questions, just ask! I'll also take this opportunity to put in a shameless plug for our SureNotifier product which allows you to get push and email notifications when shared notes change, should you find you have that need.
  11. Sharing notes and notebooks

    No, I wouldn't say you're wrong as Evernote hasn't removed that setting and it does still run a sync at that interval. It's just that they layered another more "instant" sync process on top of that so as to be more responsive to changes across multiple devices/shared notes.
  12. Sharing notes and notebooks

    More recent versions of Evernote have made it a better collaboration tool by improving the sync functionality. The client applications now sync note changes to the server within a few seconds, and similarly the server sends those changes to the clients who have access to that note. You still don't see real-time edits like you do in Google Docs, but it makes the 5-10-15 minute sync interval settings less significant. You can see this in operation on the desktop (Windows, Mac) clients if you have your Notes List in Snippet or Card view - when you change a note, it displays a little triangle in the upper right corner of the note in the Notes List to signify that there are changes to sync, and then the triangle disappears when those changes have been synched. You'll see the triangle stays for only a few seconds and then the sync occurs.
  13. Please post in StackOverflow and tag with "Evernote". Programming help is being done there now.
  14. Hahaha. @mcrogle What you're asking for can definitely be done with a custom application, and we could provide it for you. It's a little involved in that it requires setting up a server process which is constantly monitoring the account for new business notebooks, and when it finds one, it automatically adds it to all business user accounts. I actually already have that exact code from another custom solution we created for a client - the code itself is straightforward, it's just the setting up and maintenance of the server process that makes it a little more involved (we happen to use Microsoft Azure to run our server-side processes for our custom Evernote solutions). If you're interested (perhaps your clients would be wiling to pay for it ), PM me and I'm happy to talk further.
  15. Bring Atlas back!

    FWIW, Evernote did provide an explanation for why they removed Atlas in a forum thread last year: From this thread: