I am working on putting together an automatic journal of sorts.
I wrote/copied together this script, and set KM to fire it every night at 00:01 AM
tell application "Evernote"
-- next line is for potential EN bug: “Operation would exceed monthly upload allowance”:
--create note title ((current date) as text) with text ("journal:" as text) notebook "Journal"
--assign tag ("journal") to note
set note1 to create note title ((current date) as text) with text "Journal Entries for today:" notebook "Journal"
assign tag "journal" to note1
I write stuff myself in there of course as well, but I want to augment that with some information. A number of the things can be easily done with IFTTT (Read Articles in Pocket, Posts and Pictures on Facebook and Twitter, Instagram Pictures added).
I would also like to add a simple list of emails I read, wrote and responded to today. Just a list that says: emails that arrived, from whom, subject line
Emails that were sent out, to whom, subject line.
Nothing fancy, doesn’t have to be links.
Is this possible? I couldn’t get an applescript to select the mail from today…
How would I do a similar thing with evernote notes? So, a short list with all the notes I created or changed today? Just the title, if linked, then great, but not important.
And lastly, (and I think this one is probably hardly possible) a list of all completed todos today from my todo list manager (I use Things by Cultured Code which has some support for Applescript, but to me it looks like that is only meant for putting information into Things, not getting any information back out.
Let me know if this spikes your interest and if you have any creative solutions to make this work?