What does it do?
Using Microsoft’s OneNote as a datastore, Notifyer utilizes OneNote’s API to retrieve a random note from a given section.
- Get a daily quote from your curated collection.
- Effortlessly resurface a buried quote and re-apply it to the present.
How to use
- OneNote Account (app accesses consumer notebooks only).
- MacOS (Only 64bit binaries are provided for MacOS, and the minimum MacOS version supported is MacOS 10.9).
- Windows 10, 7 (without notifications).
- Sign-in or create a free OneNote Account.
- In your default/primary notebook, create a section with the name Quotes.
- Add a couple notes to the Quotes section.
- Download Notifyer. Run the app and sign in.
- Just want to demo the app? Ping me and I'll send you credentials.
- The app sends a notification every 5 minutes so you can easily see it work. You might want to change that to daily. (Restart the app if it doesn't stop).
- Random (via Chance) means you might see the same note in close succession.
- Cmd+Alt+O triggers a random note even when the app is minimized.
- Clicking the notification opens the app.
- The app displays a preview text snippet (max 300 characters) for each note.
- Clicking the note title in the app opens the source note in the OneNote client or web app.
- Disabled fields mean you can't change that setting just yet.
Electron, VueJS and Semantic UI.Built with
# install dependencies npm install # serve with hot reload at localhost:9080 npm run dev # build electron app for production npm run build # lint all JS/Vue component files in `app/src` npm run lint # run webpack in production npm run pack
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- Node packages used for the app lives in
- For the build to work, these need to be added to the