In this video, learn how to export and import notes and notebooks to backup and then restore data, or to share notebook contents with others without having to create a shared notebook in the cloud.
- [Instructor] One interesting fact you should…understand about your Evernote notebooks…is you have the ability to export their contents.…That's right, you could export the contents…of a notebook to back those notes up,…or if you wanted to even share those notes…with someone else who's using Evernote…on a different device, you could provide them…with the backup file that they would import…into their version of Evernote.…Let's see how that's done in this movie.…Now currently we have a number of notebooks…but we don't have any contents.…
So, we'll start with importing an exported file…I've provided for you.…When you go up to file and down to import,…you'll notice you can import Evernote export files.…That's what I've provided for you in the chapter two…folder of your exercise files.…That was accomplished by going to the export option…on this menu, and exporting to that format.…When we go back to import, we can see we can actually…import exported Microsoft OneNote files as well,…so if you're converting from OneNote to Evernote,…
- Describe how to choose a plan and create an Evernote account.
- Explain how to get Evernote on a computer.
- Cite ways to configure Evernote to meet your needs.
- Describe how to back up and share notebook contents.
- Recall how to create and manage text notes.
- Explain how to add screenshots to a note.
- Cite the method for merging multiple notes into one note.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Evernote for Windows
2. Work with Notebooks
3. Work with Notes
4. Tag, Search, and Filter Content
5. Share Notes
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