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Hi,

 

I've not see this in the RTFM, or anywhere else, so asking here.

 

I would like to be able to link directly to a note or notebook with a URI. This is so i can cut/paste URI's into other applications to refer to a particilar note/notebook without having to explicitly make something a public link. e.g.

 

https://www.evernote.com/Link.action?note=#PAGEID

or:

https://www.evernote.com/Link.action?notebook="bookname"

 

Where bookID/Name would work if the link was used by someone else who already has share access to the document.

 

Is this possible? if so, how do i cerate such a link.

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi.  Not quite sure what you have in mind,  but 'copy note link' will give you something that will open a note either in the Evernote application,  or in a web browser (depending on where the link is posted).  The note will be protected by your login - if you're using a desktop (forinstance) and are already logged into Evernote through the installed app or a web browser,  the note will open up for you without requesting a login.  If you open the note from a device from which you're not currently logged in to Evernote,  you'll get asked to log in to your account to see the note.  Only your login will work - others can't use that link to see your note.

 

You can share the note and copy a share URL which will open fro anyone with that URL - but that's a different process.

 

Hope that helps...

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Hi.  Not quite sure what you have in mind,  but 'copy note link' will give you something that will open a note either in the Evernote application,  or in a web browser (depending on where the link is posted).  The note will be protected by your login - if you're using a desktop (forinstance) and are already logged into Evernote through the installed app or a web browser,  the note will open up for you without requesting a login.  If you open the note from a device from which you're not currently logged in to Evernote,  you'll get asked to log in to your account to see the note.  Only your login will work - others can't use that link to see your note.

 

You can share the note and copy a share URL which will open fro anyone with that URL - but that's a different process.

 

Hope that helps...

Hi,

 

I undertsand that these bare application evernote links can be used in this way, this is almost what i am looking for.

 

If i look at the anatomy of a bare evernote URI I can see these GET paramaters:

https://www.evernote.com/Home.action?_sourcePage=&__fp=&hpts=&showSwitchService=&login=&login=&username=&hptsh=&b=&ses=&sh=&sds
All i need is a single get parameter token that i can use to represent a page, such that when i use that URI, the web application will start with that Note or Notebook open in front of me.

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Hmmn.  I think you just got outside my unpaid grade - you might get something useful from the Developers' Forum or their documentation - https://dev.evernote.com/doc/

 

But otherwise I'm out of suggestions..  :(

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