required_username 9 Posted July 7, 2015 Share Posted July 7, 2015 This has been asked a few times. To show I'm not unaware, I've found a fw posts about importing Outlook notes to EN.At risk of boring the reader, here is the one I've found that looks easiest . . . 1. Set up a folder in Evernote for your Outlook Notes (optional, but I wanted all my Outlook Notes to NOT be imported into the same folder as other Evernote Notes):If you want your Outlook Notes in a particular Evernote folder, in Evernote create the folder that you want the Outlook Notes to go to by clicking "File" on the Menu bar > "New Notebook" (or just hit ctrl+shift+n). A pop-up window opens where you name your Notebook (I selected the "synchronized notebook" radio button to ensure I have access to these notes on other computers and/or devices). 2. In Outlook, go to your Notes, select one of the Notes (don't double-click on it to open it, just have it highlighted), then on the menu bar click edit > select all. All of your Outlook Notes should be highlighted.Right-click on the highlighted Notes and select "ADD TO EVERNOTE". [emphasis mine]An Evernote pop-up window comes up where you can specify any particular tags you want on the notes, and select the Notebook from the dropdown list you want the Notes to be imported into.Click on "Add Notes". Everything works until I get to "ADD TO EVERNOTE." I have no such option. How do I get the "Add to Evernote" option? Is thre an easier way to import? The instructions above come from a 2013 post and EN may have provided an easier way. Next question: Can I sync the notes?Next question: Can I import an Outlook database? Link to comment
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