Microsoft’s note writing tools have always been popular among Windows users. As the operating system is diversifying and Microsoft is trying to bring new changes to Windows with Windows 10, it is also looking forward to change notes for the better. The company has hence introduced a tool that will allow Evernote users to import their notes on Microsoft OneNote.
Microsoft OneNote importer tool will for now be avilable only on Windows. It will later be introduced to Mac. This tool works with PCs running Windows 7 and later versions. Both being note-writing apps, if they are very much similar, then why switch from Evernote to OneNote? Because Microsoft OneNote has features that Evernote doesn’t. For example, free-form canvas, unlimited monthly uploads and free offline access.
While announcing the Microsoft OneNote Importer Tool on Office Blogs, the company wrote, “Today, we are removing this barrier and are thrilled to announce a tool that will help you import your Evernote notes into OneNote. The OneNote Importer tool (for Windows initially) migrates all of your Evernote content into OneNote, giving you the opportunity to switch to OneNote and have all your notes in one place, on all your devices. We will deliver the Importer tool for Mac in the coming months.” Comparing both the note-taking apps, Microsoft further wrote, “While OneNote is free on all devices, it comes with Office and works seamlessly with Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint to help you stay organized, collaborate and get things done.
Evernote Premium ($49.99/year) is more than 70 percent of the cost of Office 365 Personal ($69.99/year), which includes all the apps you know and love, plus 1 TB of storage.” This is convincing, isn’t it? If you too have been convinced to switch from Evernote to Microsoft OneNote, then click here to download the tool for free.
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