Trying to understand importing (specific use case being Apple notes) in DEVONthink.
Importing Apple notes is straightforward and that’s great. But can you and if so how do you do the following:
Import only one specific note as opposed to the entire collection of data stored in the Apple notes app.
Update or sync the data with that single note or even the entire app.
If that does exist is it only a one way or 2 way process. (If you make a change in Apple notes can that automatically be reflected in the import you have in DEVONthink? If not automatically, in some way manually?) and (vise versus Devi think change under the Apple note import reflect in your Apple notes app?
As far as I know, Apple doesn’t do anything to make specific computer-focused interchanges with Notes and other apps. Maybe with their own apps, but I don’t know. My best recommendation is that you simply use each as separate apps, and if you need to move notes from on to the other, use the venerable copy/paste.
There’s a script on bru6.de/jxa that exports a note with attachments. That might do the trick. But I don’t think that’s really necessary here: they could simply import everything from notes and then delete v what they don’t want.
You can’t import a single note outside of exporting a PDF from Apple Notes or trying to script it (noting the AppleScript functionality in Notes is wonky to say the least. Perhaps the JXA @chrillek mentioned is better behaved.)
Also, there is no sync between Notes and any other app, only Apple devices logged into the same Apple ID and syncing notes.
PS: Perhaps a Monterey shortcut could be made but Shortcuts on a Mac are wonky as well right now.