Save notes to Evernote from Sublime Text

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  1. You do not need to use markdown, you can use the \”Clip as new note\” command, which was created specifically for this use-case!

    Just write your snippet making sure the ST view is using the relevant syntax highlighting and then use the command.
    You will be asked which notebook and which title/tags to use for the new note. If you then open the new note created like this you\’ll find it nicely formatted in markdown already.

    For more info see the wiki:
    https://github.com/bordaigorl/sublime-evernote/wiki/Available-Commands#clip-as-new-note

    1. Thanks for the clarification Bordaigorl. Much simpler.

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