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Google Keep Command Line Interface (CLI)

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Google Keep Cli

Work with Google Keep on your terminal. To install this module:

pip install gkeep

Create a file with your Google credentials called auth.txt in the current directory:

<username> <password>

For example:

nekmo mypassword1234

You can also use the --auth parameter to set the path to the file with the credentials:

gkeep --auth /path/to/auth.txt

Notes

It is possible to create, delete, update and view the notes in Google keep. The common parameters are:

  • title: Title to add to the note.
  • text: Note message body.
  • color: color used in the note.
  • labels: tags added to notes.

Add note

It is possible to add a new note to Google Keep:

gkeep add-note[ --color <color>][--labels <labels>] <title> <text>

For example:

gkeep add-note "Today's tasks" "Install gkeep cli and configure it"

Edit note

It is possible to edit an existing note. The following parameters are available to choose the note to edit (in this command all filters have the prefix filter-):

  • --filter-id: id of the note. This is the preferred way to ensure editing the correct note.
  • --filter-title: note title. Warning: The titles of the notes are not unique.
  • --filter-query: search in titles and body of the notes. This is the least accurate filter.

The syntax is:

gkeep edit-note <filter>[ --color <color>][--labels <labels>][ --title <title>][ --text <text>]

For example:

gkeep edit-note --filter-title "Today's tasks" --text "GKeep installed, continue reading the docs"

Search notes

The search-notes command allows you to search for notes and add filters. In addition to the --color, --labels, --title and --text filters the following filters are available:

  • --deleted / --not-deleted: the note is deleted or not.
  • --trashed / --not-trashed: the note is trashed or not.
  • --pinned / --not-pinned: the note is pinned or not.
  • --archived / --not-archived: the note is archived or not.

The syntax is:

gkeep search-notes[ <filters>][ <query>]

For example (the text “GKeep installed” is a search term):

gkeep search-notes --not-deleted "GKeep installed"

Get note

Get a note by its id or by its title or text. If the id is unknown, you can use the --title and/or --text filters:

The syntax is:

gkeep get-note[ <filters>][ <id>]

For example:

gkeep get-note 161d1ad8c82.b2ed17d26167c9bc

Delete note

It works just like get-note. Delete a note by its id or by its title or text. If the id is unknown, you can use the --title and/or --text filters:

The syntax is:

gkeep delete-note[ <filters>][ <id>]

For example:

gkeep delete-note 161d1ad8c82.b2ed17d26167c9bc

Items

Notes can have multiple items with checkboxes. The common parameters for the items are:

  • <note id>: note identificator. For example, 75e4202b0c1.9fc0b868a7b34952. You can obtain the identifier using the web version of Google Keep. Click on the note and look at the url. Example: https://keep.google .com/#NOTE/75e4202b0c1.9fc0b868a7b34952.
  • <item name>: value of the element. For exemple, Milk.
  • --check/--uncheck: Item is checked or not.

Add item on note

This command allows you to add items to an existing note. By default if the element already exists, it is not duplicated. If you want duplicate the element, use the --duplicate parameter. If the element does not exist, by default it is unchecked.

gkeep add-item <note id> "<item name>"[ --check/--uncheck][ --duplicate/no-duplicate]

For example:

gkeep add-item 75e4202b0c1.9fc0b868a7b34952 "Chip cookies" --check

Edit item on note

Modify an existing entry. It allows to change if it is checked and the text.

gkeep edit-item <note id> "<item name>"[ --check/--uncheck][ --new-text <new text>]

Examples:

gkeep edit-item 75e4202b0c1.9fc0b868a7b34952 "Chip cookies" --uncheck
gkeep edit-item 75e4202b0c1.9fc0b868a7b34952 "Chip cookies"
                  --new-text "Chocolate orange cookies"

Delete item on note

Delete an existing entry.

gkeep delete-item <note id> "<item name>"

Examples:

gkeep delete-item 75e4202b0c1.9fc0b868a7b34952 "Chip cookies"

Is checked item on note

Returns True if the element is checked. If it is unchecked, it returns False.

gkeep delete-item <note id> "<item name>"

Examples:

gkeep delete-item 75e4202b0c1.9fc0b868a7b34952 "Chip cookies"

Thanks

This module is a command-line interface of the module gkeepapi. Thanks to Kiwiz for maintaining the module.

This module does not use an official Google API to work with Google Keep. As this module does not use an official API, its operation is not guaranteed for a production environment.

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