If you are currently using Evernote and want to switch to Microsoft note-taking tool, OneNote; Great news for you. Microsoft launched an importer tool for OneNote which will allow users to get the content into the Microsoft tool. The tool is available for download at the website of OneNote. OneNote is a free tool on all devices, and works seamlessly with Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint which helps you organize everything.
Evernote Premium costs $49.99/year whereas Office 365 costs $69.99/year inclusive of all the applications in Office alongside 1 TB of storage. Once you have imported your notes into OneNote, you can access them via the OneNote application on your computer, Phone and the web.
A comparison between OneNote and Evernote is shown below:
If you are ready to import your notes from Evernote to OneNote, follow these steps:
- Download the importer from this link, agree to the End User License Agreement and install the tool.
- The OneNote Importer automatically discovers your locally synced Evernote notebooks. Select the ones you want to import into OneNote. However, if you want you import one not synced locally, export the Evernote file, and click File, select the .enex file which contains your Evernote notes.
- You will then have to select the Microsoft account that you wish to use with OneNote.
- Click Import. After the process is complete, you can view imported notes on the OneNote application.
- When you start OneNote, it will show you automatically the most recent opened Evernote notes. Open your other notebooks manually to see the remaining notes.