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I have 10 years of notes in Momonote and would like to move these to Evernote.

The only export option from Momonote is to csv file(s). Opening one of these csv files in Excel has each note on a separate line. The first column is the creation date and time. The 2nd column is the note and subsequent columns are tags (if any). Momonote is pretty basic - there is no formatting on the text (fonts, etc.) other than paragraphs.

Is there a way to convert this to an enex file that could be imported into Evernote and would preserve the creation dates of the notes? Or a way to directly import the csv files?

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Yup. Internet Search can be your friend - I've seen VBA scripts too to import CSV files line by line.  Nothing provided or supported by Evernote,  but there should be lots of options out there...

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Continuing a discussion from @Peterppp, we have two steps for an import using Applesccript

  1. Processing the .csv file to produce for each note: date, content, tags
  2. Creating a note in Evernote

 

Step 1 (Processing the .csv file)

There are notes at https://discussion.evernote.com/forums/topic/112095-exporting-from-apple’s-numbers-spreadsheet-to-evernote/?do=findComment&comment=498008

 

Step 2 (Creating a note in Evernote)

tell application "Evernote"
     
set theNote to create note with text theContents title theTitle tags theTags created theDate
end tell

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