Evernote Sync Authorization Fails

Our development team looked for a solution to this issue for several weeks. Unfortunately, we have not been able to find a solution to fix our current Evernote sync process.

With our recent 6.0 update to our iOS app, we have a 'Share to Evernote' option, which is the Evernote sharing method we plan to implement in all our apps in the future. The main difference between Evernote 'Sync' with our previous app versions and the Evernote 'Share' method in 6.0 is that you will need to sync one note at a time with the 'Share' feature.

Here are the steps you can follow to share a note to Evernote from within the iOS Bible Study app (Versions 6.0 and above):

- Create a note by tapping on a verse number or selecting text.
- After you've added content to the note, tap the Settings icon in the upper right corner of the 'Edit Note' box.
- Tap 'Share' from the bottom of the list and choose Evernote.

You must have the Evernote app downloaded for this option to work. Keep in mind that you won't be able to sync your notes from Evernote back to the Bible Study app. I hope this option is helpful for you.

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