Microsoft’s OneNote Importer tool for Mac is here
Since last March, we have helped Windows users import 71 million Evernote pages to OneNote. Following the great feedback we received, we want to help even more people make the move. Today, we are launching the OneNote Importer tool for Mac.
In order to use the OneNote Importer on Mac, you need to run the 10.11+ OS version. Your Evernote notes will then be imported, and you’ll be able to access them from all your devices, as well as all browsers. The OneNote Importer supports all OS platforms: Windows, iOS and Android.
If you want to speed up the migration process, Microsoft recommends that you have Evernote for Mac installed. You can then sign in to Evernote for Mac with your Evernote account and make sure your latest notes are all synced before importing.
OneNote is a very useful tool, allowing you to work as you want. You can rapidly write down your ideas by typing, or inking them, and you can embed videos, record audio or clip web content. Thanks to OneNote, you can also scan the content you’ve written on paper, and make it digital.
For more information on how the OneNote Importer tool works, you can watch the video below:
Mac users welcomed the arrival of the OneNote Importer tool on the iOS platform, but many are still disappointed by the iOS version restrictions, suggesting that Microsoft should have developed the tool for older iOS versions as well.
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