Common Questions

Evernote provides online space to store all your notes.



  • Notebook Created

    Triggers when a new notebook is created

  • Note Created

    Triggers when a new note is created in the specified notebook

  • Note Updated

    Triggers when an existing note is updated in the specified notebook

  • Note Reminder

    Triggers when a note reminder is set in the specified notebook

  • Note Deleted

    Triggers when an existing note is deleted from the specified notebook



  • Create Note

    Create a new note

  • Create Notebook

    Create a new notebook

  • Create Tag

    Create a new tag

  • Get List of Notebooks

    Retrieve the list of all notebooks

  • Get Note

    Retrieve the details of a specific note

  • Update Note

    Update an existing note

Common Questions

To use Evernote in your workflow, you will first need to connect it with Built.io Flow. 

To do this, drag any Evernote action listed under Evernote service on the canvas. In case of configuring Evernote triggers, double-click the Start icon on your canvas and select Evernote service. Then click on the Add New option listed under the Authorize Evernote field in the configuration window. You will be prompted to login to your Evernote account, if you are not already logged in. 

Evernote Login

Once you have logged in to your Evernote account, you will be prompted to authorize Built.io Flow to access your account. Click on Authorize

Authorize Evernote

After this step, you will be redirected to canvas. 

Rename authorization

Rename the authorization as per your choice and click ADD. You can now see the added authorization under the Authorize Evernote field. Once added, this authorization will be available in all Evernote actions and triggers.

Some triggers constantly check for updates in the external services and run in real time, whereas some triggers check for updates in external services periodically (e.g., every five minutes), and hence take more time. Evernote comes under the second type. These type of triggers are called Polling triggers and can be identified by the clock sign given beside the trigger service icon.