How to Move Files from Evernote to Apple Notes on iPhone and Mac

Evernote is well-known in the smartphone world as a top note-taking app. It provides a number of fantastic features crafted that help to manage and structure personal and work-related tasks very conveniently. Due to these advantages, Evernote is also a hot favorite amidst Apple device users. However, a short while back, the free account got limited in Evernote in combination with the rates going up.

This has upset a lot of its users and the switch to alternative note-taking apps including the stock Notes app is afoot for some of these users. If you are one such user looking to change over to the stock Notes app for iOS and MacOS, then you can use this guide to transfer all your files from Evernote to Apple Notes on iPhone and Mac:

How to Transfer Files from Evernote to Apple Notes on iPhone and Mac

How to Export Individual notes from Evernote to Notes on iPhone and iPad
Do you have access to a Mac system with Evernote and the Notes app? If not then don’t worry as you can still export complete notes from Evernote to the Notes app, but it will a involve a few extra steps consuming a little more time.

Step 1: Open Evernote on your iPhone or iPad.

Step 2: Now, choose the Note item that you wish to export. Once chosen, go for the ‘More’ icon. This is represented by three dots at the bottom right corner.

Select Notes and Tap on More

Step 3: After that, select the Share icon present in the menu.

Tap on Share

Step 4: In the share sheet, you need to choose Export Note. You will see that a Mail window will pop up with your .enex file already attached. Now, you have to input your desired email address and then select Send from the top right corner.

Tap on Export Note and Email it

Step 5: After sending, close Evernote and launch the Mail app on your iOS device.

Step 6: Select the email that you had just sent yourself.

Open an Email

Step 7: Then, just go ahead and long-press on the .enex file to reach the Apple extensions window.

Tap on Note

Step 8: Next, choose Add to Notes. You will see a window popping up. In this window, you need to Import Notes.

Tap on Add Notes and Tap on Import Notes

Step 9: Now close the Mail app and open the Notes app. Choose the newly imported Notes folder. There may be previously imported folders already in existence and the file you require may have a number naming it.

Tap on Imported Notes

There you go. You just need to repeat the above steps to keep exporting more of your notes. For each note item, you will have to undertake all these given steps. It’s a roundabout way of doing things, but at present this is the solitary method using which, you can transfer complete notes from Evernote to the Notes app using an iOS device.

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How to Transfer All Evernote Files to Notes At Once Using Mac
You can also transfer all the notes you have saved in Evernote to the Notes app using your Mac system. You will require OS X 10.11.4 or higher and also will require Evernote present on your Mac.

Step 1: Open Evernote on your Mac computer.

Step 2: Once open, just log in to your Evernote account. Next, select Edit from the Menu bar present at the upper left corner.

Step 3: Now, you need to pick Select All from the drop-down menu. Once chosen, you will need to select File in the Menu bar present at the upper left. Then, choose Export Notes from within the drop-down menu.

Step 4: After that, just give a name to the file.

Step 5: After naming, pick the location where you wish to save the file and then click on Save. The data will get exported as .enex file.

Step 6: Open the Notes app on your Mac system. Once open, choose File from the menu bar present at the upper left corner. Then choose Import to Notes from within the drop-down menu.

Step 7: Next, select the .enex file that got saved from Evernote and select Import.

Step 8: After that, select Import Notes in the window that pops up to confirm the action.

Now you’re done. With the above steps, your Evernote files will be saved in a folder called “Imported Notes” within iCloud.

Use these simple tips and make the switch. If you still find it a trouble to switch from Evernote to Apple Notes let us know. Share your feedback with us on FacebookTwitter and Google Plus.

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