URL schemes are helpful when providing integration with other apps. Pocket Informant offers a few different URL schemes.
To create a new event or task, you can use the following URL schemes:
NLP stands for Natural Language Parsing - this means you can include any phrase understood by our natural language parser such as:
"Meet with Joe at Central Park from 1:30 to 2:30 tomorrow"
"Meet with Joe at Central Park from 130pm to 230pm tomorrow"
"Meet with Joe at Central Park from 13:30 to 14:30 tomorrow"
"Meet with Joe at Central Park from 1330 hrs to 1430 hrs tomorrow"
"Meet with Joe at Central Park at 130pm tomorrow for 1 hr"
"Meet with Joe at Central Park at 130pm for 1 hr tomorrow"
For more information on what our natural language parser can handle, check out this knowledge base article: 3.0 - Natural Language Parsing
You can also add a note via the "body" parameter:
Open Up To a Specific Tab
To open Pocket Informant up to a specific tab, you can use the following URL:
Where 'x' is a number that indicates which tab to open up into. These are the allowable values for x:
0 = Today Tab
1 = Calendar Tab
2 = Task Tab
3 = Notes Tab
4 = Contacts Tab
5 = Search Tab
6 = Settings Tab
7 = Feedback Tab