Evernote Reminders API Now Available

Posted by Brett Kelly on 24 May 2013

Posted by Brett Kelly on 24 May 2013

You may have seen the recent post on the Evernote Blog announcing our newest and most-requested feature: Reminders. In a nutshell, Evernote for Mac, iOS and the web (more platforms coming very soon) can now set reminders on notes and optionally send out alerts on the day or time you specify. Check out the official blog post for a complete overview of Reminders.

For as long as we can remember, Evernote users have been clamoring for a way to integrate Evernote with their favorite calendar applications, task managers, and other apps where dates and times are meaningful. Reminders are the key to these integrations. The new feature opens up a whole new world of cool apps and services that work with Evernote, and you can now build those apps.

In addition to rolling out Reminders to users, we’ve updated our API, as well as all of our SDKs, to take advantage of this new feature. Check out the documentation here.

Tip: if you’re considering submitting an integration to Devcup but aren’t sure what to build, we’re very interested in seeing some integrations using Reminders.

If you have specific questions not addressed in the documentation, feel free to drop us a line and we’ll be happy to help you out.

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  • Urbano Freitas


    First I just want to Thanks for this feature (Reminders) it brings a lot more value to Evernote.

    It finally allow my favorite Task Manager (Remember The Milk) integrate Evernote. And it’s awesome!

    Second, I would like to propose to you, Evernote, to have a idea vote system. Example: https://www.rememberthemilk.com/forums/ideas/

    I know we can post ideas on Forums, but it’s very difficult to understand if our idea was already suggested, and vote on it. I really think a system as the above will bring good insights to users who want Evernote get better, and to Evernote Staff, measure and define future features.

    Keep the awesome work!