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Evernote gmail IFTTT or similar setup

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Hi guys,
I was wondering if anyone knows a way to connect gmail and evernote in such a way that:
- when assigning a certain LABEL within gmail, this poses as a trigger to automatically copy or forward said email message to my evernote account (to a specific notebook possibly with a specific evernote tag). A quick search on IFTTT did not yield any results.

Does anybody have suggestions?

Regards,
Veek

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Hi.  Did a quick web search and got 61M hits for variations on 'send gmail to Evernote' from 

https://www.harryonline.net/evernote/send-google-mail-to-evernote/226

to 

https://zapier.com/learn/google-sheets/google-apps-script-tutorial/

- Zapier also offer IFTTT-like options to automate connections to Evernote from other apps.

(Your access may depend on which OS and device you're using.)

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7 hours ago, Veekdeveek said:

when assigning a certain LABEL within gmail, this poses as a trigger to automatically copy or forward said email message to my evernote account

Sounds  like mail rules within the Gmail service

Have you looked at Zapier  https://zapier.com/apps/gmail/integrations/zapier

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That is interesting, I had this scenario running a while ago via ifttt, but now, gmail doesn't turn up as a trigger. I wonder what changed?

As has been said, Zapier can do that.

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On 6/6/2019 at 12:45 AM, gazumped said:

Hi.  Did a quick web search and got 61M hits for variations on 'send gmail to Evernote' from 

https://www.harryonline.net/evernote/send-google-mail-to-evernote/226

to 

https://zapier.com/learn/google-sheets/google-apps-script-tutorial/

- Zapier also offer IFTTT-like options to automate connections to Evernote from other apps.

(Your access may depend on which OS and device you're using.)

Hey Gazumped, great suggestions, thanks so much!

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