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EvernoteNew Note
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RSS by ZapierCreate Item in Feed

You might want to share your Evernote notes with others through an RSS feed for any number of reasons. This Evernote to RSS automation posts new notes to an RSS feed hosted by Zapier that you can use for yourself or share with your team members, clients or customers, or anyone else.

How It Works

  1. A note is saved in Evernote
  2. Zapier posts an item to an RSS feed

What You Need

  • Evernote account

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When this happens...
then do this!
New Note

Triggers when a new note is created in or moved to a notebook.

Tag Note

Adds existing tags to a note.

New Tag Added to Note

Triggers when a specific tag is added to a note in Evernote.

Create Note

Creates a new note in a notebook for Evernote.

New Reminder

Triggers when a new reminder with a date is added to a notebook.

Append to Note

Appends content to an existing note by title inside Evernote (it will be created first if it doesn't exist).

New Item in Feed

Triggers on new RSS feed items.

Create Item in Feed

Power your own Zapier RSS feed.

New Notebook

Triggers when a new notebook is added to Evernote.

Create Notebook

Creates a new notebook in Evernote.

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Evernote is a powerful note taking application that makes it easy to capture ideas, images, contacts, and anything else you need to remember. Bring your life's work together in one digital workspace—available on all major mobile platforms and devices. Using Evernote for work? See Evernote Business.

RSS (really simple syndication) is pretty much the industry standard for feed readers. You'll find RSS feeds in almost every app imaginable.