Evernote Rules - Add ability to specify notebook and tags
When adding a rule to dispatch to Evernote, it would be nice to have it go directly to a specific notebook and/or add tags - rather than the default notebook. That would allow filtering of rules to add direct to notebook storage of appropriate emails.
Debi Billing commented
If the standard Evernote Share Sheet is used, it provides options to change the resulting Note Title, add additional text that will be placed in the body of the Note, select the Notebook, and select Tags. However, the standard Evernote Share Sheet needs to be improved in the following ways: 1) Only place in the Note Title field, the text prior to the first <return>. The rest of the text that is added should ONLY go into the Body of the Note versus the Title AND the Body. 2) Allow us to ADD tags, not such select from those that exist. It would also be helpful if you could do a Search when selecting Tags versus having to scroll or tap the A-Z letter.
I’ve also read a few comments in this Airmail Feedback area about attachments not being included when sending to Evernote. I haven’t tried this yet to determine if the comments were old or if this is still an issue, but any attachments to the message should definitely also be sent along with the message.
I do want to say that I REALLY like the full header information that ends up in Evernote when using the current ‘Send to Evernote’ action, along with the ability to open the message in Airmail, which facilitates responding to the message or forwarding, if either is necessary.
Mathias Hellquist commented
I soooo agree with this. For the last few days I have been trying to create AppleScripts to be able to append these things to the subject line of an e-mail (which notebook and what tags), so far without success, but having it as a setting within the rules for the Evernote service would make it so much simpler, and would make a lot more sense. I am guessing these things are shown/reachable via the Evernote API as I can change these settings within for example Workflow (which then can't run on my Mac).
I don't even use the send to Evernote function because it sends it to my default inbox. Then I have to go and put it in the proper notebook and add tags. Please show the Evernote dialog when send to Evernote instead of sending it there with no options.
Facu Puig commented
The app dispatch app has a great way to do this so you can inspire there :)
Tarique Naseem commented
If you can do this directly for attachments too, that'd be great.