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morvenwestfield

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  1. No, it was Toodledo. I managed to do it, finally, and now all my notes are in Evernote. I found a script online to make my .CSV file into individual notes. Then I put them into Evernote using the Windows Send To command (another suggestion I found online). That worked, to a degree. It made the filename the note name, and put the body of the note into Evernote's body, but it took me days of searching and playing with different scripts to do this. As I said, I know it's not feasible for Evernote to write an import script for every product out there, but if there was one script that could re
  2. Regarding shopping lists, I use Out of Milk (not to be confused with Remember the Milk), which allows us to add to a shopping list and then sync so the other person sees the update. It's the one thing (shopping lists) that I could never get to work well in any task management or note management system.
  3. I agree that writing import routines for every note app out there might be fiscally unreasonable, but maybe some of the people asking for this will become Premium members once they are sure that Evernote can import their existing notes. Maybe not, that's true, but also consider that when competing software is about to disappear, you may get more than just one occasional new user. I started with Evernote a long time ago, but didn't keep it up because at the time there was some reason I couldn't use the phone app. There was a competing app that I could use, so I switched to that. So no
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