Get an Auth Token

Exchange your OAuth API key for a personal auth token.

Once you've got your OAuth API key, you need to exchange it for an auth token to use with Evernote API. Tokens are tied to specific users, and this exchange mechanism is usually something you need to implement as a part of your service if your plan is to serve multiple users (see OAuth documentation topic for more information).

if your plan is to use the integration for yourself only, you can use the tool below to authorize your personal account using the OAuth API key you have at hands, get your personal auth token, and use it directly in your code.

Important: never share your API key secret with your users, and do not use this page to authenticate other users. If needed, they can always create their own personal API key and exchange it for an auth token.

Exchange OAuth API Key For an Auth Token

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