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Monthly archives for August 2013:

DEVS: Join us at the Evernote Conference!

We are excited to announce the Evernote Conference, our annual event for developers, designers, and our community of users. Over the past few months, we have crafted a collection of talks, panels, and technical workshops that help you get more … Continue reading

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How to upgrade 50M+ user indexes to a new search engine without anybody noticing

Chances are good that you have more notes in your Evernote account than can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Luckily, even if you have tens of thousands of notes, that one note you are looking for is just … Continue reading


Evernote API Rate Limits

On the Evernote Platform team, we are committed to providing our partners and users with the best experience possible. This means a usable, responsive API that handles data quickly and ensures that all applications, including official Evernote software, are able … Continue reading

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How Evernote’s XML Export Format Works

Evernote notes can be exported from our Windows and Mac clients using two different output formats: HTML and ENEX. HTML produces a web page (or series of web pages) containing all of the exported notes, as well as any included … Continue reading


The Evernote Conference for Developers and Designers

One of Evernote’s greatest strengths is community. An integral part of this global reach are the developers and designers who craft new apps and services that enhance the Evernote platform. Each year, we host the Evernote Conference to bring together this community, … Continue reading

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@m.evernote.com Update

One of the ways to get content into your Evernote account is by sending email to your personal Evernote email address. This Knowledge Base Article has all the details if you haven’t used this feature of our product. Just before … Continue reading

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Announcing the Devcup 2013 People’s Choice Award

Each year we host the Evernote Devcup, an open challenge to our developer and designer community to create new apps and services that extend Evernote’s capabilities. This past Friday we announced the Category Winners of Devcup 2013. Together these twelve apps showcase some of … Continue reading

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Enhancing the Evernote Food Recipe Classifier

By Clint Burford, Machine Learning Software Engineer at Evernote All the way back in December 2012 we launched Food 2.0 and its “My Cookbook” feature with the ability to find and display recipes that had previously been added via the … Continue reading

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