Version 2 of the Gmail to Evernote script has been released. The new version adds text on top of the message in Evernote, with the basic headers from the email message (From, To, Date) and a link back to view the message in Gmail. For example, if you forwarded the message to a task list in Evernote, you can now quickly send a response after completing the task. No more searching in Gmail to find the message back!
There are more changes, and you have to do some extra configuration steps if you use multiple sign-in for Google, because in that case, the link to the Gmail message is not always correct.
This version will send email notifications when a new version is available. If you are running the script directly from bit.ly/gmailevernote, you don’t need to update, and you will not receive a notification, unless some other action is required or relevant information can be given.
If you made your own copy of the script, you will always receive a notification of new versions, so you can replace your copy with the new version.
You may have to authorize and grant access again, see the previous update on Gmail to Evernote.
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