Creating sticky notes from command line in Windows, using Notezilla

Notezilla sticky notes app supports many command line parameters.

This post will show how to create sticky notes in Notezilla from the command line using the /CreateNewNote command line parameter. This command line parameter also takes the note body text. Meaning, you can create sticky notes with a pre-defined text.

You can use this feature to create sticky notes from script files.

What is Notezilla?

Notezilla is a professional, elegant & highly rated sticky notes app for Windows & Phones (Android, iOS, iPhone, iPad etc). It can help you organize your life by keeping all the notes, tasks & reminders that you may need when-ever and where-ever you are.

With sticky notes, you hardly have to put effort to take notes, set reminders, etc. Just jot down & move on with your task at hand. Notezilla allows you to create attractive and realistic sticky notes to make the desktop look more colorful and beautiful.

It works smoothly on both phones & tablets.

Here are some features of Notezilla:

  • Sticky notes with reminders
  • Attach sticky notes to websites, documents & folders
  • Pin sticky notes on top of other apps
  • Sync sticky notes between Windows, Android, iPhone, iPad
  • Add pictures inside sticky notes
  • Organize sticky notes inside memoboards (folders)
  • Checklist sticky notes
  • Lock sticky notes (password protect)
  • Markdown support
  • Send notes over local network or across the globe
  • Tag sticky notes
  • Dark mode support

Command Line parameters used for creating a sticky note

You can see the below image here, we have used the basic commands to create sticky note, which is so easy to use.

Here is a sample command line to create a sticky note with note body text:

Notezilla.exe /CreateNewNote “Mail John regarding the new project”

An image showing sticky note created from the command line

Here is a short video perfectly depicting this feature:

Video Transcription

  1. Let’s open Command Prompt tool from Windows search.
  2. In the Command prompt we will type cd backslash (cd\) and hit the enter key to go to the root drive.
  3. We will use the cd command to go to the folder where Notezilla is installed.
  4. Now type the command line to create a new note followed by the note body text and hit the enter key.
  5. You can see in the video, that we just created a new note with a pre-defined note text.


Notezilla thus takes care of your every need in detail.

It also has free apps for iPhone, iPad & Android to let you access your sticky notes anytime and anywhere! Install it on your phone from App Store or Google Play Store & sync all your sticky notes with the Windows version of Notezilla.

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2 thoughts on “Creating sticky notes from command line in Windows, using Notezilla”

  1. Is there a list of possible command line parameters?
    Especially I am looking for sending a note over the local network by command line…

  2. Conceptworld Team says:

    Thanks Markus, currently there is no way to send a note over LAN using command line.

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