Evernote does not have much of an url scheme beyond
evernote:// which is not terrible useful for productivity nerds. This solution creates a link that will bring you directly to the note of your choice. It requires Pythonista, Drafts, and Launch Center Pro.
First, you will need to grab some personal information about your Evernote account, and the only way I know how to find it is via the Mac OS X app. In the left sidebar, right-click on any note and get the note's link. At the beginning of the link, there will be a six digit string and another digit or two following an
s. You will need this information for a future step.
Add the following to Pythonista. You can title it
Evernote Link or whatever you like. Where it says
evernote:///view/123456/s4/ you will replace the six digit string and the
s4 with the information from the note link you copied from the desktop app. Where it says
https://www.evernote.com/shard/s4/sh/ replace the
s4 with the
s.. from your original note link.
import clipboard import sys import webbrowser import console import urllib mytext = (sys.argv) head, sep, tail = mytext.rpartition('/') parttwo = head.replace('https://www.evernote.com/shard/s4/sh/', '') evernoteurl = ('evernote:///view/123456/s4/' + parttwo + '/' + parttwo + '/') webbrowser.open('drafts://x-callback-url/create?text=' + evernoteurl + '&action=Copy%20to%20Clipboard&afterSuccess=Nothing')
Then add the following action in LCP:
Go to the Evernote app and tap on any note. Choose "Share " and then "Copy link." Then tap on the LCP action. After the script runs, the direct Evernote link will be in a new draft in Drafts, and also copied to the clipboard. If you make links clickable in Drafts and tap on the link, it will bring you right to that note in Evernote.
If you care about the privacy of your note, then tap on "Share " again and choose "Stop sharing." Your direct link will still work.