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We recently wrote an in-depth comparison of Evernote vs. OneNote Evernote vs. OneNote: Which Note-Taking App Is Right for You? Evernote vs. OneNote: Which Note-Taking App Is Right for You? Evernote and OneNote are amazing note-taking apps. It's hard to pick between the two. We compared everything from interface to note organization to help you choose. What works best for you? Read More  and concluded that both are great, but are each useful for different people in different circumstances. Use the one you feel most comfortable using.

Why would anyone prefer OneNote? Because notes are quick and easy to take 12 Tips to Take Better Notes with Microsoft OneNote 12 Tips to Take Better Notes with Microsoft OneNote These 12 tips show you how to take better notes in MIcrosoft OneNote. Today, digital note-taking is as much about skill, as it is about the tool. Read More , it has lots of unique features you can’t find elsewhere 7 Little-Known OneNote Features You Will Love 7 Little-Known OneNote Features You Will Love OneNote is 100% free and packed full of advanced features. Let's check out some of the ones you may have missed. If you're not yet using OneNote, these may win you over. Read More , you get note templates that make organization easier How to Adopt OneNote Templates for Project Management How to Adopt OneNote Templates for Project Management A wide selection of templates is one of the features that make Microsoft OneNote a great tool for project management. Let us show you how you can use OneNote templates in your project. Read More , but most of all, OneNote is absolutely free for all users OneNote Is Now Truly Free With More Features Than Before OneNote Is Now Truly Free With More Features Than Before Evernote no longer rules the roost of note taking apps. Microsoft recently announced OneNote would be more free than ever before. Let us show you what this means in terms of features and functionality. Read More .

If you’re an Evernote user who wants to switch to OneNote but can’t due to the amount of notes you’ve built up in Evernote, then we have some good news for you: Microsoft has finally released a OneNote Importer tool.

The OneNote Importer is really easy to use. All you need is to have both Evernote and OneNote installed on the same computer, then download and run the tool. You’ll be asked to choose which notebooks you want to import and which OneNote account you want them imported into.

Download the OneOne Importer tool here.

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As of now, the OneNote Importer is only available for Windows 7 or later, but Microsoft has promised a Mac version of the tool within the next few months, so keep an eye out for that if you’re a Mac user.

Is this tool enough to convince you to switch from Evernote to OneNote? What do you like about OneNote? Or what do you prefer about Evernote? Let us know in the comments below!

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