Integrating Your Rocketbook App with Evernote
Evernote provides a single place to store your notes, ideas, lists, and reminders so that you can stay organized wherever you are. Integrate your Evernote account with the Rocketbook app and your notes will be sent directly your preferred Evernote folder. Follow the step-by-step setup process outlined below to set-up Evernote as one of your app Destinations.
Step 1: Choose Evernote As a Destination
In the Rocketbook app, go to Destinations> Tap on a symbol > Change Destination > Evernote
Step 2: Log Into Your Existing Evernote Account
Now you’ll be prompted to add the username and password of your Evernote account.
After you’ve signed into Evernote, you will see a popup asking for your permission to connect the Rocketbook app to Evernote. Select Yes or Re-authorize to continue setup.
Note on Evernote Compatibility with Google Sign In:
Unfortunately, the Evernote integration via their SDK does not support Google Sign In at this moment. We have asked them to support it, but it's not something they have available now. Because it is their SDK, they dictate how a user can log in. For now, the only way to connect to Evernote is if you create an Evernote account without Google Sign In and then connect it to the Rocketbook app.
Step 3: Select Your Evernote Folder
Once you’re connected to your preferred Evernote account, a new screen will appear that shows the existing folders. Select the existing folder you’d like to set as a destination and tap Save at the top right corner.
Destinations Settings for Evernote
To get the most out of this destination, explore your Destination Settings. Here you can decide if you want your scans to be PDFs or JPGs, if you’d like to turn on Bundle Scans, and if you want to set up Auto-Send. Additionally, integrating with Evernote allows you the option to have your scans transcribed!
Transcription for Evernote
If you choose to enable transcription for Evernote, you'll be given the option to have your transcription sent as either one file containing both your scanned image and transcription, or as two separate files; an image file of your scan and an additional note with your transcription.
You can now turn your boring old notes into a cloud stored document that can quickly be accessed or edited from any connected device!
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