How to Migrate from Evernote to Microsoft OneNote
If you are looking to migrate from Evernote to Microsoft OneNote, this might be the time. In case you haven’t heard, all Evernote basic users will be limited to only two devices from August 2016. Majority of the Evernote users are basic users and use it on multiple devices via. It’s native Apps. If access is limited, it might be a problem when you want to open that vital note and receive an error message instead. So in this post, I am going to talk about how to migrate from Evernote to Microsoft OneNote.
Steps to Migrate from Evernote to Microsoft OneNote
Step 2: Install Evernote on your Windows PC, and sign-in to your account either with your Username or your Email ID. Keep signed into your Evernote Desktop app and minimize it.
Step 3: Download the Evernote-to-OneNote Importer from the Microsoft Website. Run the setup and proceed with the installation.
Step 4: Accept the “Agreement Terms” and click on “Get Started.”
Step 5: Select the Notes that you want to import. By default, all items will be checked.
Step 6: Sign-In to your Microsoft Account
Step 7: Let the App do its magic. The time taken will depend on the size of your notes being imported.
Sometimes, some of the content may not be correctly imported and will be shown in the final step.
Step 8: Click on “View Notes in OneNote” to start working on OneNote.
How to find out your notes that have been imported from OneNote?
OneNote Windows 10 app: Select the icon on the upper-left corner, and click to choose “More Notebooks.”
OneNote Desktop: Select the Notebooks drop-down menu to the upper left of your available tabs, and choose “Open Other Notebooks.” See below:
OneNote Online: Select the Notebooks button at the top left pane to see all your available notebooks.
That should be it; you should be all set with OneNote.