Use Google AppsScript to automatically sync your reMarkable notes via Gmail to Notion.
Not the first example I’ve seen where the lack of API’s or other suitable integrations leads someone to using their inbox as an interface to move data around. This is a nice script example for moving handwritten notes made using reMarkable to project management and note-taking service, Notion. If you are not a Notion user it would be easy to send notes to another destination like Tasks, Sheets or a different external service like Coda.
[Aside: Yesterday in Pulse we highlighted some work by Pablo Felip on Coda webhook-based automations with Apps Script. This resulted in a useful discussion on Twitter with Coda developer advocate Eric Koleda about when best to use Coda’s webhooks:
+1, the webhook approach is nice because the Coda logic stays in Coda. I think it works best when the source (Apps Script in this case) just sends along data, not caring how it’s used.
— Eric Koleda (@erickoleda) June 16, 2022
So if you are a Coda user you might want to look at reMarkable -> Gmail -> Apps Script -> Coda webhook :)]
Source: Syncing from reMarkable 2 to Notion
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