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I just recently wrote this article on Lifehacker on how to Create Desktop Shortcuts to Your Favorite Evernote Notes and Tags. I know you can use command line to do even more than just saved searches -- e.g. creating new notes with certain tags, etc. But I'm not sure what that looks like. In the example pictured above, I add the following code to the end of the "Target" field in the desktop shortcut: showNotes /q "notebook:Lists"If I was to create a desktop shortcut to create a new note with a given tag, what would that syntax look like? where would I put it? Thanks in advance.
Mininote is a command line app for Linux and Windows that makes it easy to capture and retrieve short hashtagged notes. Notes are stored in a "mininote" notebook in your Evernote account. The philosophy of this app is to be almost invisible so that you can capture notes with minimal mental task switching. Usually with Mininote, you add new notes instead of editing existing notes. The 'Tweet' style note format isn't suited for all types of notes, but I personally find it useful for collecting ideas, quotes, books to read, and other things that are essentially lists. It goes like this: Link to download and install is here on Github. Happy to hear any feedback!
According to the documentation: This method does not work. For example: C:> evernote "C:\users\username\Documents\This is an HTML document.htm" opens Evernote, but does nothing more. No note is created with the HTML document.
I have several large MS Word documents that I had been using as trading journals. Each document consists of a single table. Each row in the table consists of a note. Each note contains text which may be formatted and may contain images. I would like to convert each row to an Evernote note (including both text and images). I have in mind to do this with a VBA macro. After having placed a row in the Windows clipboard, I can create a new note with the following: Call Shell(strEvernoteExe & _ " /Task:PasteClipboard ", 1) How do I specify the note title? The creation date (from the original note)? Tag? Any advice will be appreciated.