If today's news regarding Evernote's new pricing plans and limitations has you considering Microsoft OneNote, the OneNote Importer tool makes the transition relatively painless for Windows users. Evernote's prices might be going up, but OneNote is a very comparable app, as well as completely free to use. And if making the switch is something you might be interested in, Microsoft has a handy tool that will migrate all of your Evernote content into OneNote for free. It's not a bad deal considering Evernote's Premium tier now costs around as much as a subscription to Office 365 — and that includes OneNote, 1TB of cloud storage plus the Microsoft Office suite. You can download the OneNote Importer tool for PCs with Windows 7 or later at the link below (a Mac version is in the works).
Transfer Your Evernote Notes Into Microsoft OneNote With The Importer Tool
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