Export Day One entries into Evernote as daily summaries. The summaries are plain text, only text content been included. The generated notes will look like:
[00:25] One note written in Day One [19:17] Another note in Day One ...
Original blog post: http://blog.yjpark.org/blog/2014/01/21/save-day-one-summary-to-evernote/
Since the note is saved through applescript, only work on OSX and need to have Evernote installed.
usage: dayone2evernote [-h] [-i DAY_ONE_ENTRIES_PATH] [-b EVERNOTE_NOTE_BOOK] [-y YEAR] [-m MONTH] [-d DAY] [-a] [-n] [-s] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -i DAY_ONE_ENTRIES_PATH, --day_one_entries_path DAY_ONE_ENTRIES_PATH -b EVERNOTE_NOTE_BOOK, --evernote_note_book EVERNOTE_NOTE_BOOK -y YEAR, --year YEAR -m MONTH, --month MONTH -d DAY, --day DAY -a, --all export ALL entries -n, --new export NEW entries -s, --save Save to Evernote
--saveparameter, nothing will be added to evernote, and the notes will be printed to stdout, so you can have a check before actually save it.
- For the
--newway to work, you need to create a
dayone2evernote.lastfile at the same place with
dayone2evernote, the last date will be saved to that file, note that today's notes will be exported tomorrow, also if you use multiple devices, please make sure the syncing is done.
- If you use symlink to link
dayone2evernoteto path, then the
dayone2evernote.lastfile should be put with the folder holding the link, this is by design.
- If you run export on multiple machines, please make sure the
dayone2evernote.lastfile is synchronized somehow, otherwise same notes might be created more than once.