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Send Notes to your Evernote Notebook from Twitter

You can now take notes in Evernote directly from Twitter. You can also view what people are saving into Evernote through a simple search.

Here’s how you set up the link.

First follow @myen on Twitter and this bot will send you a link in a direct message. Click that link to associate your Evernote account with your Twitter username.

To capture a new note into Evernote, simply send a DM to the @myen bot. Alternatively, you can put @myen in any of your tweets and the message (or retweet) will be archived forever into your Evernote Notebooks.

Save Evernote Clips via SMS

If you no big fan of Twitter, you may still want to connect Evernote with Twitter as this associate will help you send notes in Evernote through SMS text messages. You can compose a note on your mobile phone and send it to Twitter using your country specific short code (40404 in US, 5566511 in India)and the note will be saved in Evernote.

The Evernote Blog says that it may take less than a minute for text notes sent via Twitter to show up in your Evernote account. You can also view what people are saving into Evernote through a simple search.

For a list of other useful bots, check this Twitter Guide.

Send Notes to your Evernote Notebook from Twitter - Published at Digital Inspiration (RSS)


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