How to send article from iOS @Reederapp to @Evernote when offline

How to send article from iOS @Reederapp to @Evernote when offline

Hello,

In this podcast episode I explain you how to send an article from Reeder which is my iPhone RSS reader of choice to my Evernote account even if you are offline.

I do most of my reading of my RSS feeds deep down in the parisian subway system with no data access whatsoever while I commute to work.

Every morning before I leave home I launch the Reeder app on my phone so it can load all the articles including images on my phone before I head out to the subway. Sometimes I read an article I want to keep for future reference, here’s the methode I use to send it to my Evernote account even if I have NO data connection.

  1. share an article in the Reeder iPhone app
  2. choose the mail sharing option
  3. put your Evernote mail address as the To
  4. (optionnaly) add @notebook_name and #tag at the end of the subject

Whenever your iPhone will get the data connection it will send the pending message(s) automatically.

Of course this can be done with any iOS RSS reader app as long as you can share an article by mail (which most of them do if not all as it is a standard feature).

Until the next time, happy evernoting!

Pierre.

5 Comments

  1. I also use the email system from google reader itself especially when the feed is provided with the full article (there is some javascript available in greasmonkey – firefox to dig into the web and retrieve the full blog post in google reader https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/9455) and I haven’t time to read the all news. This way I send it to my notebook which is available offline as I’m a premium user. Don’t forget to add the #toread and #todo tags! 😉 Will write it down with an article on my blog.

    Reply
    • Thanks for the comment.

      Ping me when you have published your article, I would love to read it!

      Pierre.

      Reply
  2. How can I send a photo to evernote directly from reeder?????

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    • From Reeder iOS, you can tap on the image to have the sharing options to then choose either to share to Evernote if you are online or via mail to your secret Evernote mail if you are offline.

      Pierre.

      Reply

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