Sentinote

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Sentinote converts your notes into WordPress posts or pages. Keep using Evernote and when you’re ready to publish assign the “published” tag.

Author:Rheinard Korf (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.2
WordPress version tested:3.9.40
Plugin version:1.1.4
Added to WordPress repository:26-04-2014
Last updated:28-04-2014
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
Rating, %:80
Rated by:5
Plugin URI:http://sentinote.com
Total downloads:4 452
Active installs:20+
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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.

Note: Seeking contributor.

Features:

  • 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).

Requirements:

  • 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.

Documentation:

Sentinote documentation can be found at http://sentinote.com/documentation/


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