I have to admit Evernote has made me upset
Move from Evernote to One Note:
Along with many others, Evernote, once the premier note taking software (free) accessible via phone, desktop via apps or through HTML, has implemented many changes that have affected users, some good, some bad. They first started with the amount of data you could have in your Evernote account which this dude abides by (buying a Pro Account bought me more space), but the most recent one is now requiring me to pay to access my data one more than 2 devices. 2 weeks ago i logged in and saw this:
Moving Data from Evernote to One Note
First thing you will need to do is create a One Note account. There are a few methods of moving the data, but the easiest one out there is the import wizard One Note has
Once you let this run, (it took 10 minutes for me) you will see this in your One Note:
All in all, this was very easy. When you import, it will ask you if you want to import Notebooks, notes and tags. I suggest you also take your tags with you. Once everything imports I will report back on this method.
@Evernote- you are losing loyal users due to your price hikes. I understand scalability, but for those of us with you from day 1 should not have to keep buying things to use your once free program. I bought space because i needed it, i get that. But making me pay to use the app on more than 2 devices is just plain silly. I wrote this because of a ton of feedback i received from friends and anonymous users that are going through the same thing. Do i like One Note? Yes, but i was used to Evernote. Come talk, i will leave the light on.
For those of us that use checklists, here is how create a checklist:
- Click the line where you would like to add your checkbox.
- From the Home tab, select To Do Tag under Tags OR press Ctrl + 1. A checkbox will appear next to the text.
- Click within the box to add or remove the check mark.
- Right-click on the box and select Remove Tag to remove the box.
- Press Enter to automatically create a new line with a checkbox. If you don’t want the checkbox on the next line, press enter again.