Michael Koehler

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RevuDo 0.5.2 – command line export

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Kobi asked if Nozbe data could be exported as a command line option so that it could be scheduled.  I’m happy to oblige with a new version that can do just that.

There are a few options.  First to pull a fresh copy of your data from Nozbe:

revudo.exe -reset

To export to csv format, first create a folder to hold the files (e.g. c:\temp\Nozbe):

revudo.exe -tocsv c:\temp\Nozbe

You can combine them together so that what you export is always the latest that Nozbe has:

revudo.exe -reset -tocsv c:\temp\Nozbe

You can also use -tojson for JSON format and -toxml for XML format export.

As always you can download the new version from here.


Written by mwkoehler

2015/05/11 at 10:06 pm

Posted in GTD

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  1. I just downloaded the latest version I found of revudo. I was hoping it would allow me to export data from certain completed tasks that I want to file in Evernote. When I finish a long project in Nozbe, I often have many resources collected I want to archive. I do not know how to get this information from Nozbe to Evernote so I can integrate it with other similar data.

    Revudo accesses all my nozbe files. Then I click on just the single project I want to keep – i.e. “file_evernote”. It brings up the detail for comments and I try exporting it to csv. But as soon as it begins to export, it crashes. I saved the screen shots but don’t know how to attach them here. It also crashes when I try to see the detail in the comments screen. So I can’t tell if it’s saving all comments and attachment links in that column or only a few.

    Please tell me if this is something revudo should be able to do. I can’t imagine I’m the only person who wants to save resource history. I just don’t know how to get it out of Nozbe into something else. I can easily get it from Evernote or Dropbox into Nozbe, but not the other direction.

    Thanks for your help and great work!

    Sharon Seeberger

    2015/06/21 at 12:05 am

    • My apologies for the delayed response. It sounds like something is breaking the program. The first thing to do is make sure you have the latest version of RevuDo.

      Assuming you have that, the next thing to do is click Tools, then Reset Cache. That will remove the local data and download the full set from Nozbe again.

      Finally try it again. If it fails, look in the %localappdata%\ReVuDo\Errors and send me the most recent file. This is a log of what the program was doing before it crashed. Usually that will give me an idea what happened. You can send any information to revudo at gmail.com


      2015/09/17 at 9:31 pm

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