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I want to create snapshot notes simply be putting a specific finger on the fingerprint sensor to start the phone. Currently, it works when there's no open note within Evernote. I simply created a new app that sends an Evernote intent for a snapshot note. This makes taking new notes really fast and I like it. Unfortunately, when there's an unsaved SnapShot note open this intent opens the existing note instead of starting a new one. Ideally, I would like to send an intent or other API call that tells Evernote to save the existing note, so that I can start a new one. I started an StackOverflow question (https://stackoverflow.com/q/45644540/25282) and got the answer that this isn't possible via intents. Is there another way to do this via Evernotes API? I also would like to do the same for standard text notes.
Hello I want to make a new note by Tasker through sending an intent action. While I can make a new note and specify the notebook, I don't know how to set tags by TAG_NAME_LIST. I searched but didn't find any result related to Tag. (Many discussion regarding the Intent/new note/notebook though) Could somebody teach me how to do so by an example? Thanks for your help in advance.
I am using Tasker Application for Android, which allows to send action intents to application. I am trying to create new Note and put it to a specific existing notebook. I use CREATE_NEW_NOTE functionality and documentation states that NOTEBOOK_GUID extra is needed to assign a notebook. I searched the web, and mostly developers create their own notebook, and then notebook_guid is returned that way. Is it possible somehow to see notebook_guids for existing notebooks? With Android's intents it is not possible as far as I can see.. Thank in advance for any help. Dmitrij
There are two apps which I am using, both can create a note in Evernote on Android without using the Evernote app draft window: LectureNotes: after completing handwritten notes, a png image is directly pushed to evernote (not uploaded) AndMadeShare: using share button, directly create a note with whatever is beng shared, doesn't use evernote window at all I know how to use tasker (and android intents) to create notes, but they always use the Evenrote draft window. But sincee above apps can create notes invisibly, there is a way to create the note and save it without using evernote window, can someone tell me how it is done?