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Evernote Importer

0.28MB. Updated 2017-11-05. Only supports Anki 2.0.x.


This is the new version (bugfix + password protected) of anknotes, the evernote importer. Warning: This probably won't work on recent distribution of MacOs, and this is absolutely not an addon for Anki2.1 but for Anki2.0 (hence the invalid code error). How to use it :
  1. In Tools > Preferences, go to the evernote tab and enter the tag of evernote notes you want to import. You can enter multiple tags by separating with a comma (ex : tag1,tag2).
  2. You can also specify the deck in which the cards will be imported, as well as a tag that will be added to these cards.
  3. When it's done, you can click on tools>import for evernote. The first time you click on it, you will have to follow the instructions to give access to your evernote access. To protect the token you were given, the application will ask you to set a password. Don't forget it as you will be asked this password each time you click on "import from evenote"
If you encounter an issue, please use the dedicated tool of github, where the source code of this addon lives. As far as I remember, and if nothing changed, I am not alerted of the reviews that are written on this page.<br> Last note, if you (as I did) use this plug-in as a trick to get a dedicated clipping tool for anki into your browser, maybe you will have interest in this recent script I wrote.


As add-ons are programs downloaded from the internet, they are potentially malicious. You should only download add-ons you trust.

This add-on previously supported Anki 2.0. You can download the last version supporting 2.0 here. As Anki 2.0 has been discontinued, no support is available for this version.

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on 1573409122
Great, thanks!
on 1571559506
on 1552157788
I get an error when I try running it. This would be a great tool to have tho
on 1546894219
Invalid code error. Developer doesn't have the intention to fix it until further notice according to GitHub repository.
on 1530448446
Doesn't work on MacOS, tried the forks as well but they don't seem to work as well.
on 1528243200
I get this error every time I run. I've tried installing both with the code and manually. Any ideas?

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/armand/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons/anknotes/__main__.py", line 334, in main
controller = Controller()
File "/Users/armand/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons/anknotes/__main__.py", line 261, in __init__
self.evernote = Evernote()
File "/Users/armand/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons/anknotes/__main__.py", line 189, in __init__
request_token = client.get_request_token('http://brunomart.in/anknotes/index.html')
File "/Users/armand/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons/anknotes/evernote/api/client.py", line 37, in get_request_token
resp, content = client.request(request_url, 'GET')
File "/Users/armand/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons/anknotes/oauth2/__init__.py", line 683, in request
File "httplib2/__init__.pyc", line 1597, in request
File "httplib2/__init__.pyc", line 1345, in _request
File "aqt/sync.pyc", line 467, in _conn_request
File "httplib2/__init__.pyc", line 1013, in connect
File "httplib2/__init__.pyc", line 80, in _ssl_wrap_socket
File "ssl.pyc", line 943, in wrap_socket
File "ssl.pyc", line 552, in __init__
IOError: [Errno 20] Not a directory
on 1524009600
Works nicely, the only problem was that the notes have to be tagged. It cannot import based on the notebook.
on 1514678400
It is very useful.