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https://github.com/jevanpipitone/ListURLs I was thinking since the source code is available, then I can't use a community API key since people would see it in the source code which might not be okay for privacy reasons. Therefore, I have used a developer token (not included in source code) which you have to input a developer token and Notebook Store URL for the program to then directly access your evernote. URLs are printed one on each line as: NotebookName - NoteTitle - URL and you can copy and paste it from the software's form into notepad or wherever you want to put it to save it. It is quite slow - to go through about 80 URLs takes about 5 minutes. If anyone wants to make any improvements to the source code they are welcome to fork and send a pull request on the github site if you want to.
Hi folks! I was wondering if there is a way to automatically add source url to files that are imported in Evernote? For example, I have a file named 1.txt in a folder that is imported in Evernote. Now, I would like that Evernote automatically adds source url something like this one: "http://www.xyz.com/1.pdf". So, first part of source url would obviously be url (that is same for every file in folder), second part is file name without extension and the third part is extension that I choose (pdf, jpg, gif, etc). I tried to use ITFFF and some other services but I can't get what I want. Any ideas? Every help is appreciated! Tnx in advance. I. P.S. Did I mentioned I love Evernote?!
I've marked this post in the Chrome category but I would think users of all browser would like to see this. Any of you out their that would like to see these features too, please "like" this post or better yet, chime in. TO EVERNOTE DEV STAFF: I clip a lot of forum threads and blog posts to Evernote. For the more important ones I frequently go back and re-clip them when new replies or blog post comments appear (especially in programming blog posts). Now I have duplicate notes and I only really want the last version. I don't expect the Web Clipper to do a full notes search looking for duplicate notes. That would be a time consuming task. But how about a simple sourceUrl check? If there's another note with the same sourceUrl, add a checkbox to the Web Clipper pop-up dialog that says "Replace Existing Note at this URL?". If checked, the existing Note is replaced with the new clipping. That would be a huge boon to people that clip forum threads and blog posts. Details note: you might want to check the note's Updated date too to see if the user added their own content. In that case, put up a warning message before replacing the note. TO MY FELLOW EVERNOTE DEVELOPERS: This bit goes out to Evernote chrome extension developers like Bausk. Here's my vote for a Chrome extension that does something similar to the "live links" feature other browsers have offered in the past. The idea is a chrome extension that lets you mark certain URLs as "live links". Then once a day or some other user settable frequency it goes out, scans those URLs for changes and if found, creates a note in Evernote for the contents of that URL. If a note with the same sourceURL already exists, it is replaced with the updated contents. -- roschler
BitQwik 126.96.36.199 is now available. In direct response to some of your feature requests for Note URL searching, you can now do sourceUrl searches by looking for sub-strings contained in an Evernote note's source URL field. This is one of the many searches you can do in BitQwik that you can't do with Evernote alone. For example: Show me notes that I clipped from Yahoo.com Show me notes with URLs that do not contain the word examples Since BitQwik supports mixed AND/OR logic searches, you can also do searches like these: List notes that I clipped from SlashGear.com that are tagged with robotics. Leave out notes I created last week or have outstanding todo items Give me notes that have the word policy in their URL that I E-mailed to myself and are not tagged with urgent This is important. I am not describing the kinds of searches you can do with BitQwik. Those are the actual queries. You don't need to know or use any of Evernote's search operators like "sourceUrl:", "tag:", "created:", etc. You just type in what you want thanks to BitQwik's natural language capabilities. BitQwik is a free application for Evernote Windows users. Mac PC users should also be able to use it if you have software like Parallels or VM Fusion running on it. To download BitQwik or read more about it go to: http://bitqwik.com/ Disclosure: I am the author. -- roschler