Sentinote provides a complete Evernote integration solution for WordPress. It allows you to quickly make changes to your website or blog by simply typing notes inside Evernote.
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- Easy publishing to your WordPress website using Evernote.
- Create a blog post by tagging your note with “published”.
- Create a page by tagging your note with “published” and “page”.
- Your Evernote notes, thus your website, are always backed up by Evernote.
- Extend your website features with WordPress plugins and themes.
- Use plugin/theme shortcodes inside your Evernote notes.
- Markdown and Markdown Extra support.
- Collaborative reviewing by sharing your Evernote notebook.
- Collaborative editing of your website by giving write access to your shared Evernote notebook (Evernote Premium Feature).
- Sentinote updates will automatically show up in your WordPress dashboard (for valid license holders only).
- An Evernote account.
- A self-/hosted WordPress website (Not a WordPress.com website. They don’t support 3rd party plugins)
- Evernote’s tools require that your website runs PHP 5.3 or higher. Most hosting providers meet this requirement although some hosts do not enable this by default. A simple support ticket to your provider will do the trick.
Sentinote documentation can be found at http://sentinote.com/documentation/
After installing you will need to get an Evernote Developer token.
Follow the instructions on the \”Evernote Extension\” tab.
- I get an error when I install the plugin: Invalid T_STRING.
You need to be running PHP 5.3 or higher.
- My notes are not showing up.
Make sure that you have typed your Evernote notebook name exactly as it appears in Evernote. Also make sure that your note is tagged with \’published\’.
- Can I use Evernote for Business?
You can use an Evernote for Business account, but at the moment Sentinote does not work with Business Notebooks.
- Help! Parts of my notes are disappearing in WordPress.
This is a known Evernote issue thats been bugging people for a long time (since 2010). Each Evernote client embeds its own syntax into the notes to make use of the features of the clients. The most notable client to create issues is the Windows client. See http://sentinote.com/2014/04/windows-users/ for some help.
Sentinote 1.1.4 (WordPress.org release) — Changes made to release plugin to plugin directory.
Sentinote 1.1.4 — New features: Note links and Note content embedding. See video: http://youtu.be/ThuKwNKKji0
Sentinote 1.1.3 — PRIORITY UPDATE. Fixed major bug causing pages to disappear. Fixed bug causing duplicate draft posts.
Sentinote 1.1.2 — Fixed license activation bug.
Sentinote 1.1.1 — Minor bug fixes.
Sentinote 1.1.0 — Major Update. Name change to meet Evernote\’s developer guidelines. Completely re-developed plugin to make it extensible. Added Markdown and Markdown Extra support.
Everlicious 1.0.7 — Minor bug fixes.
Everlicious 1.0.6 — Minor bug fixes.
Everlicious 1.0.5 — First stable release. Bug fixes. All methods now uses everlicious_ as a prefix to avoid conflicts.
Everlicious 1.0.4 — Bug fixes. Some methods re-written to avoid conflict with other plugins. Category support added.
Everlicious 1.0.3 — Minor bug fixes. Changed the way Everlicious checked for modified note (should fix duplicate post bug).
Everlicious 1.0.2 — Minor bug fixes and updates. First public release.
Everlicious 1.0.1 — Added Licensing and Automatic Update system.
Everlicious 1.0 — Initial Release for Testing