Migrate Notes from EverNote to OneNote using OneNote Importer Tool

Two of the most popular note-taking apps available in the market are OneNote and Evernote. The competition between them gets tougher by the day. So, in an effort to attract customers towards its offering and ensure a smooth transition, Microsoft has developed a new OneNote Importer Tool aimed at helping users move their entire content from Evernote to OneNote easily.

OneNote Importer Tool from Microsoft lets you transfer, export/import, move, migrate Data, Content & Notes from Evernote to OneNote easily on Windows PC.

Migrate Notes from Evernote to OneNote

Please note that, to get started for migrating your Evernote notes to OneNote, you will need a PC with Windows 10/8/7. Once your Evernote notes are imported, the content can be synced across all your devices—Mac, iOS and Android. For speeding up the migration process, it is recommended you have Evernote for Windows installed. Just sign in to Evernote for Windows with your Evernote account and ensure your latest notes are synced before importing.

Visit the link highlighted at the end of the article and click ‘Download Importer’ button.

Next, click on ‘Get Started’ button.

Thereafter, from the left, select Evernote content and hit the ‘Next’ button.

Now, Sign-in with your Microsoft account and upon signing in successfully, look for the ‘Import’ option and click it.

OneNote Importer Tool

Wait for the process to complete.

Migrate Notes from Evernote to OneNote

Upon completion you will receive a notification acknowledging the completion of import process. You can now view your entire Evernote content in OneNote application.

Successful transfer

Several features available in OneNote, like free-form canvas that offered users the ability to mix text, documents, photos, audio, free online access and unlimited monthly uploads gives OneNote an upper hand over its competitor Evernote.

OneNote Importer Tool download

Microsoft felt that Evernote users wanted to migrate their content to OneNote, but what held them back at that time was non availability of a tool that could make the transition process, a smooth affair.

To make life easier, the the OneNote Importer Tool was unveiled. It is currently available for users of Windows PCs only. Get it today at OneNote.com.

Evernote2OneNote is another tool that lets you migrate Notes from Evernote to OneNote.

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