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extensive ENML documentation for a beginner to format web-clip from Pocket using Zapier

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So I'm trying to setup a routine using Zapier to connect pocket with Evernote, as there are times when it's easier to bookmark a page to Pocket and send it to a Evernote notebook for me to file later, the problem right now is I can retrieve image URL from the pocket but I don't know how to turn that into a embedded img in Evernote with hyperlink and how to force that into a note thumbnail.

After a little bit of researching it looks like I can achieve that by using ENML , but the documentation I found is a little limiting for a someone with limited experiencehttps://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/enml.php#styling

I just want to format my notes better from a scripting perspective so I can run my zapier integration better, or eventually maybe have some script to mass-export/import notes in and out of Evernote locally?

I'm willing to learn on my own but if there is just a little bit more extensive documentation or maybe longer example code that would be much appreciated!

I know IFTTT can do this in a simple way, but I'm moving away from IFTTT since Zapier is more robust but does have a bit of learning curve.

 

And just for discussion's sake I don't use Evernote's web-clipper (bookmark) directly because it almost always takes forever for me and sometime it bugs out and doesn't work, so I prefer to save all the bookmark for later and file them together when I have a longer period of free time, so if some of you have troubleshoot their web-clipper and figure out a way to make it work better please let me know too!

 

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3 hours ago, maraluke said:

After a little bit of researching it looks like I can achieve that by using ENML , but the documentation I found is a little limiting for a someone with limited experiencehttps://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/enml.php#styling

ENML is a fork of HTML.  You will find extensive html documentaion  on the internet.

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