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A Service that syncs your Google Keep notes with your local file system

Project description

gkeep-files-sync

  • Helps you backup your local file notes
  • Helps you access your Google Keep notes through the local file system and therefore your favorite text editor

Setup

  1. Create a label named autosync through the Google Keep UI

  2. Clone the repo

git clone git@github.com:kanevk/gkeep-files-sync.git
cd gkeep-files-sync
  1. Open virtual environment
pipenv shell
  1. Install dependencies
pipenv install
  1. Create a local config:
python3 gkeep_sync/generate_config.py "[Google email]" "[Google app password]" "[Notes root directory]"

_For more information about the config options check .config.example.json

  1. Start the server
python3 gkeep_sync/sync_server.py

Note: Sometimes Google don't let you use your user password and in this case you have to fill .config.json field password with newly generated App password

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