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In response to expressed demand, I wrote a Windows utility that exports data from Evernote Contact notes to a CSV file. TuskTools ContactExporter is currently available in an initial beta version; you can download the installer from here. It hasn't had very extensive testing yet, so please download it and let me know via emailing firstname.lastname@example.org how it works for you. It was a little tricky to implement because CSV files call for a consistent field list in every row (record), whereas Evernote's Contact card format allows for a variable number of elements for certain fields (namely, for email, phone, Twitter, LinkedIn, and addresses). So I implemented the following field structure in the CSV file: In other words, it implements the following rules: For Email - it outputs the first two email address fields it finds in the note. For Phone - it outputs the first two phone number fields it finds that are not labeled as Cell or Fax. For Twitter, LinkedIn, and addresses - it outputs the first two values it finds for each of these field types. As mentioned above, this is currently an initial beta. Once it's been sufficiently tested, I will most likely put it on the market for a nominal amount. Also as mentioned, it's currently a Windows utility. It's possible I might expand it to other platforms; we'll see how the response goes.
DayEntryHave one single Evernote note for any day. Log your thoughts, notes, records, timestamps, photos, reminders, geotags to the note quickly. All your notes are stored in the special Evernote notebook chronologically. The note is labelled with the current date automatically. You can have many journals selecting different notebooks. It’s best for doing your journal, diary, life log in Evernote. You can choose the date to make an entry freely if you miss the day. App automatically inserts geotags and timestamp. When offline the entries are stored locally until app is online. You can choose prepend or append notes, any date format. Link to download https://itunes.apple.com/app/dayentry-does-your-diary-journal/id909943922 Features: - Separate journals for each notebook. - Choose any date for entry. - Take and attach multiple photos per record. - Quick recent photo. - Insert checkboxes, bullets. - Add tags to the note. - Auto geotagging and auto timestamp. - TextExpander support. - Offline record queue. - Gestures: “Undo” and “Redo” with a two-finger swipe; move cursor with one finger swipe; Close/Open keyboard with one finger swipe. - Font size options. - Hardware keyboard support. - Auto-save in case device crash or battery depletion. Settings: -Append/Prepend note modes. -Option for timestamps, geotags. -Switching day time. -Default notebook. -Default tags. -Font size. -Date and time formats. -Save to camera roll. -Photo size. -Photo quality. - URL Schemes: dayentry://new dayentry://new?content=c dayentry://new?content=c¬ebook=n&tags=t1,t2 Twitter: @Gosubits
The package: EVND (Ever Notedown) So this is a plugin for Atom Editor by Github that acts like an alternate editor for the Evernote Mac Client. Basically it extends Atom's Markdown editing capacities with features like LaTeX/MathJax equation editing, TOC, footnotes, image insertion via pasting, etc. And it communicates with the Evernote Mac Client via AppleScript so it can do things like creating/updating notes (as rendered HTML), import notes from Evernote and convert to Markdown formats, etc. I initially wrote this for my own use, and over the course of about a year, it has become increasingly…complicated. And I’m guessing that other people might find some use with this, so I thought I’d share. (And if there are developers out there interested in this project, that wuold be great -- it's open source under MIT license). I’ve been using EVND to write my notes, but I don’t have the time or means to do more serious tests, hence I can only say the status is “Works For Me”. Since it uses AppleScript, so obviously it's OSX only. But as Evernote has similar scriptibility for OSX and Windows, so it should be very easy to extend it to support Windows, if there are developers out there interested in doing so. Demo 1 (Overview, creating notes from Atom/EVND and send to Evernote): http://i.imgur.com/fPmoN2F.gifv Demo 2 (Text formating with shortcut keys - bold, italics, highlight, underline, etc.): http://i.imgur.com/6FLTdjh.gif Demo 3 (Update note content, tags, etc. and push the changes to Evernote): http://i.imgur.com/zN5Ey8P.gif Demo 4 (Create note in Evernote, import to Atom/EVND with notelink and convert the content to Markdown, featuring lists, functioning Checkboxes, etc.): http://i.imgur.com/g6bZzN0.gif Demo 5 (Create note in Evenote, search in Atom/EVND with query string and import the target note and convert to Markdown, featuring image attachments): http://i.imgur.com/PbUf1Ss.gif Demo 6 (For a EVND & Evernote syncd note, annotate the image attachments in Evernote, and sync the changes back to EVND): http://i.imgur.com/nQVkv4H.gif More to come... More demos (as gif animation): http://imgur.com/a/UCVGi Some features: OS X only (See Installation and Status section for more info) Local note editing: This plugin works by communicating with the Evernote OSX Client via AppleScript, so all the work is done on your local machine, no authorization required. 2-way editing (…ish): (1) Edit notes in EVND or in Evernote, and sync changes… to some extend; (2) Import notes from Evernote and convert to Markdown format. Evenote meta info: notebook and tags Images and Attachments: (1) Pasting, drag-and-drop, markdown syntax, etc.; (2) 2-way sync (get changes/annotations made in Evernote) Functioning TOC (table of contents) and footnotes: Clickable links even in Evernote client! LaTeX Mathematical Expressions with MathJax (and user-defined Macros) Icon fonts and emojis All the regular Github-Flavored-Markdown features (links, lists, tables, etc.) Quick notes from selected text: code snippets, etc. Configurable themes for markdown rendering: Several markdown rendering themes are available to choose, you can also edit the stylesheets yourself. Auto backup and version control (with GIT) Sort & search notes Export well-formated HTMLs Enhanced Markdown editing experience in Atom Supports inline-HTML syntax highlighting Syncronized scrolling and tab switching of editor and preview panel Shortcut keys for formatting text (bold, italics, udnerline, highlights, blockquotes, etc.) Please read this shared Evernote note for more info (it's best viewed in the Evernote Mac Client, you can use "Save to Evernote").