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  1. Hi All, Here is a tool for converting Chrome bookmarks to Evernote. Worked well for me, let me know if any bugs and will try to fix. https://twitter.com/kjakich/status/565879393537781760 Note: for PC users, not sure about MAC. Credit: I forked this work from another chap and updated it. Enjoy! Keir
  2. Does anyone know of a utility that can export all notes from all notebooks in Evernote? Turning them into at least PDF's if not text files? I've been using Evernote for a couple of years now, have been pretty happy with it, but I'd like to make sure that my notes will continue to be available to me. I'm Mac-based.
  3. Hello to the evernote community! So, I was a evernote user a few years ago, stopped to use it and switched to other services. Today, I have given Evernote another try, found that many things improved, starting with the fact that I simplified my usage of Evernote. Less is more. Biggest problem I have right now is that it doesn't seem to exist any usable data migration tools. I am sure the Evernote community has a lot of die-hard fans that are here since years, but welcoming new users is also very important for it to grow, and an essential point for new users is the data-migration part. Proof is that this topic comes up again and again, and it seems no response come. See for example: bulk import HTML file with links REQUEST: Save full text automatically Read it later articles Is there a way to import my articles I already have in pocket to evernote? Evernote and Pocket http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/how-can-i-move-my-pocket-bookmarks-over-to-evernote/ http://www.cultofmac.com/221894/move-over-instapaper-and-pocket-dotdotdot-adds-notes-tags-and-comments-opinion/ http://www.cultofmac.com/221894/move-over-instapaper-and-pocket-dotdotdot-adds-notes-tags-and-comments-opinion/ People want to import the data they already have in their current read-it-later service. I'm not talking here about tools like ifttt or zapier that are useful for new data, but don't migrate your existing data. I am talking about tools like Pocket ReadingpackInstpaperWallabagReadbility...A lot of us have hundreds of notes there that currently can't be exported to Evernote, thus for us, Evernote would fail the "Remember Everything test". Most of those tool either have an API (that's why ifttt and zapier can make use of them) or can export the data as a list of urls. For pocket for example that would be http://getpocket.com/developer/ and https://getpocket.com/export So please, give us a way out of our current services Jean-Michel EDIT: better display questions of people having a similar problem
  4. As I recall, the migration of all of our data from Evernote's servers to Google Cloud is currently underway. Is there a way of knowing when this process is complete for our own data?
  5. I have been using MS OneNote for over a year and have compiled an extensive collection of notes. I was just recently introduced to EverNote, and would like to give it a try, but I will need a way to transfer/import/migrate all my notes from OneNote. There are loads of methods to go the other direction. Has anybody got a tool/method to import notes into EverNote??
  6. I have been using MS OneNote for over a year and have compiled an extensive collection of notes. I was just recently introduced to EverNote, and would like to give it a try, but I will need a way to transfer/import/migrate all my notes from OneNote. There are loads of methods to go the other direction. Has anybody got a tool/method to import notes into EverNote??
  7. Hi i am a older user of one note and have too many notes shared whith my Friends and for the moment i require sync one note whith ever note or import my one note to ever note . I need use both softwares while my work mates migrate can you Help me ?
  8. Migration (Import) of Evernote Notes into Another App I'm not leaving Evernote now, but to give comfort to myself and others I've done some research about how to import Evernote notes into another, as-of-yet unnamed app. So, I'd like to present here some ideas and specific techniques and scripts to accomplish this import. In fact this is presented in the same light as the Evernote promise that "your data is portable" and "we still want to make sure that they can leave the service quickly and easily. There is no data lock-in with Evernote." in their Evernote's 3 Laws of Data Protection, June 3, 2014. To that end, Evernote provides two export formats: ENEX and HTML. Many have expressed concerns about being able to import their Evernote Notes into another system.In fact, some are so greatly concerned that they have limited their use of Evernote to exclude use of Tags for fear they will not be able to get the Tags into another system. That might be the most conservative approach, but, IMO, it is also extremely limiting. For a solution of combining Title and Tags, see bottom of this post. I feel sure that when/if the time comes to move to another system, we will be able to find and/or create a process to get our EN Notes into that system. I say that for these reasons:My personal experience over 25+ years of doing data migrations. The number of existing tools, scripts, techniques for migration (export/import) Any NEW app that wants to capture the PIM market will likely provide an Evernote import toolOver the last 25+ years, I have migrated many dozens of client datasets from their existing system/database/app to a new one. It has never failed, although there is often some type of cleanup of a few records after the import. This is to be expected. To achieve the migration, I used a variety of tools, including:Database SQL and export toolsMS Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)MS Excel with custom macros and manual manipulationsMS Word with custom macros and manual manipulationsImport Tools of the new systemMigration Using Windows Tools As you can guess from the above, all of those were in Windows-based systems.I'm not sure of all of the Evernote related tools available for Windows, but there are tools like:ENScript (ThoughtAsylum Article, other refs?)AutoHotKeyThe EN APIOf course, you can export to HTML using EN Win, and use VBA (or other language) to process/convert and import into the new Note app.Others? (please post if you know of others) Migration Using Mac Tools Today, many of us use Macs, and have a lot of our data, like EN Mac, stored on the Mac.Mac tools include:AppleScriptMac AutomatorHazelOthers? (please post if you know of others) Fortunately, the Mac offers a great scripting system, AppleScript, that works great with the Mac OS and almost all Mac apps. Evernote has a very rich AppleScript dictionary and interface. There are already a number of great, extensive, AppleScripts at Veritrope.com to migrate EN Notes to another system/app. (There are also some great scripts to import into Evernote). EN Mac AppleScripts From Veritrope.comExport Evernote Items to Day One Evernote to MacJournal Exporter Export From Evernote to YojimboEvernote to DEVONthink ExporterExport Selected Evernote Items as RTFD Files Get All Information from An Evernote Item It seems like new sources and tools are emerging almost daily:Revert.io — provides automatic backup and a true restore.Since they clearly know how to access Evernote Cloud, if the need/opportunity arises (like Evernote shutting down) I would expect Revert.io to offer migration/export toolsMS OneNote — Some 3rd party initially offered a EN-ON migration tool, but as ON becomes more popular MS might offer their own migration tool.Synology NAS Note Station app — offers import from Evernote Finally for those that don't use tags, and put their keywords into the Note Title because they fear tags won't import into another system/app, I offer this simple solution:Put your keywords into Tags, not in the Note TitleIf/when you want to export to a new system, it is simple enough to use a tool like AppleScript to append the Tags at the end of the Note Title when doing the export.So you can use tags while using Evernote, and append tags to Title for use with other systems. I'm not trying to reengage the debate on Tags vs Titles here. For that discussion, please see The Benefit of Using Tags. Conclusion I hope this thread will give comfort to all of us that we can use all of the features of Evernote knowing that should the time come (and I hope it doesn't) that we are forced to move to another PIM app, that we will be able to do so, even though it might take some work. Please feel free to post your constructive comments, concerns, and suggestions.
  9. This is primarily for Springpad users who are looking to migrate to Evernote--we're aware that we're nearing the date when data must be moved off of Springpad (June 25th, very close!) and have been actively looking into issues related to converting your content over to Evernote, as well as updating a KB article for those migrations. This should provide everything needed for a seamless migration, as well as detail some of the differences you'll run into between the two services: http://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/65972638
  10. mac

    So In the last two weeks EN has "migrated" my notes about 5-10 times. It appears each time to complete successfully. Any idea why this keeps happening?
  11. Hi, I migrated to the Evernote 5 beta from Evernote 4. The import folders did not migrate with other settings. When I added back my import folder, a number of files in that folder were re-imported into Evernote. Please address this so we don't increase our storage by what looks to be 15-20% for no reason.