Back in June last year I wrote about how I was trying to use Evernote as a way of publishing to my WordPress blog.
At that time, I was using a third party plug-in for Word Press called WP-o-matic to autopost entries from Evernote which I got from a RSS feed published from a public Evernote notebook of mine. While it worked at the time, it was all a bit clunky and there was some issues – formatting mostly.
As with most things in the world of technology, it seems if you wait long enough someone will create a solution for what you want.
And so it was with my Evernote/WordPress integration efforts that I received a comment on my June blogpost from someone who has created just what I need in the form of a plug-in for WordPress called EverPress.
EverPress takes the RSS feed from an Evernote Notebook and makes each note a post.
I have been testing the plug-in out and it seems to work, just as it says. In fact, this blog post is written in Evernote and has been imported into my WordPress blog using EverPress.
I’m going to be doing a few more test posts with regards to looking at what it does with formatting, especially of images and hyperlinks. Initial posts show there’s still some manual formatting required if you want to get it looking a specific way.
Meanwhile, thanks to Andrew over at Wandernote.com for
writing EverPress and leaving me a comment alerting me of it’s existance.
If you’ve got a WordPress blog and are an avid user of Evernote who wants a quick way of getting notes in Evernote pushed out to your blog, give Everpress plug-in a whirl, you won’t be disappointed.