Microsoft releases new Evernote to OneNote migration tool

Kip Kniskern

OneNote is becoming one of the most popular note-taking apps available, adding new features on a regular basis, and joining Microsoft’s cross-platform play with a vengeance, with apps for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. It’s also free to use, and comes bundled with Office and Office 365, so it’s also one of the most cost effective note taking apps, too.

So much so that there’s been enough interest in an Evernote to OneNote migration tool that the folks at OneNote have just released a OneNote Importer tool. Initially, it’s just for Windows, but a Mac version is on the way.  You can take a look at how it works in this video:

There are a couple of pre-requisites, including the Windows requirement:

  • A PC with Windows 7 or later. Once your Evernote notes are imported, they’ll sync across all your devices—Mac, iOS and Android included.
  • To speed up the migration process, it is recommended you have Evernote for Windows installed. Sign in to Evernote for Windows with your Evernote account and make sure your latest notes are synced before importing.

You can download the OneNote Importer tool from Microsoft, and get to moving over your Evernote content straight away!