Evernote users who might want to try out another online notetaking service now have a new option. Microsoft has just announced the release of the OneNote Importer tool for Windows. It allows for the transfer of Evernote content over to Microsoft's rival OneNote app.
In a blog post, Microsoft stated:
"OneNote and Evernote are similar in many ways, but we think you'll appreciate the advantages OneNote has to offer, including a free-form canvas where you can mix text, images, documents, handwriting, audio, video and more; free offline access; and unlimited monthly uploads."
Microsoft recommends that users install Evernote for Windows, if they haven't already, to speed up the transfer process. After using the transfer tool, all of the user's Evernote content will be synced up to all of their other devices that use OneNote, including iOS and Android versions. A Mac version of the transfer tool will be released sometime in the future.
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