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If you’re ready to make a change in your note taking, moving from Evernote to Notion might the perfect choice. Naturally, you don’t want to have to create all your notes all over again. Thanks to Notion’s Evernote import feature, you don’t have to.

Things to Know Before You Switch

Before you jump on the Notion bandwagon because it’s the shiny new productivity tool, there are some things to know.

Notion Cons

While Notion beats the pants off of Evernote in terms of overall features, it’s a bit intimidating to new users looking just for a note taking tool. Evernote is a much more straightforward tool. Notion has numerous templates (including creating your won), which can sometimes complicate what should be a simple process. If you’re looking for more templates, check out these productivity templates and how to add templates from

Another issue is it may offer far more than you’d normally use. Of course, if you’re switching from Evernote to Notion because you want a productive workspace, then ignore this con. Notion tries to give you everything in one place, such as pages designed to hold various types of content, relational databases, calendars, document organizers, etc.

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While all these extras make Notion a powerful productivity tool, it’s not as focused as Evernote when it comes to note taking. Some users complain it’s too complicated to learn and adjust to.

Features You May Miss

Notion doesn’t currently offer OCR support for handwritten notes like Evernote does. If you do want to create searchable handwritten notes, you’ll need to use another app to scan them in and then import into Notion.

One other thing missing is offline functionality. Notion offers offline functions, but they’re not useful in any real way. With Evernote, you can work offline in the desktop version and sync when you have Internet access again.

While Evernote allows you to create encrypted notes, Notion doesn’t. You can no longer hide sensitive information, such as if you have a list of usernames and passwords or financial details.

Finally, if you love Evernote’s search functionality, Notion may leave you feeling disappointed. The Quick Find feature isn’t global, so subpages are often excluded. When it comes to databases, you can search individual databases, but searching everything at once doesn’t work well. Also, the search filters are too basic to be useful.

What You Can Import

Notion lets you import pretty much everything. Of course, you’re free to choose to import just the notebook(s) you want. Notebooks show up as hierarchical pages. Everything in a notebook is added to a Notion database as individual items.

Obviously, things won’t look identical to Evernote, but once the data is imported, you can make changes in Notion without affecting the content on Evernote.

The only thing you can’t import is an encrypted note/text. While it will technically import, Notion can’t decrypt it, so you can’t read it. You’ll need to decrypt your notes before importing.

Please note that the Notion import tool only supports Evernote Standard edition and not Evernote Business.

Tip: Are you a bear user instead? You can migrate from Evernote to Bear too.

Importing Evernote Into Notion

At the time of writing, Notion is offering a $5 import credit when you import Evernote to Notion. So, even if you decide you don’t like Notion, you’ll get paid for your time.

The most straightforward method, outside of manually copying and pasting, is using Notion’s Evernote import tool. All you need to get started is to create a Notion account, if you haven’t already.

Log in to your Notion account.

Open the three dot menu at the top right corner and select “Import.”

    Select “Evernote.”

        If you’re already logged into Evernote, you’ll jump right to the next step. Otherwise, enter your Evernote login details.

          Wait for the import to complete. The time will vary based on how much you have to import.

          Check your notes to see if anything is missing or changed.

          Tip: Not a fan of Notion? Here are several other Notion alternatives you can use.

          Exploring Notion

          All your notebooks appear in the left sidebar. They should be the first in the list just under “Getting Started From Evernote.” If you’re brand new to Notion, check out this page. All your notebooks are now called “Pages.”

          Troubleshooting Your Import

          In an ideal world, everything would work perfectly. Notion’s import tool isn’t perfect. For most users, it works well. For a handful of others, you may be missing entire notebooks or just individual notes.

          The most common issue is formatting. For example, if you have a table in Evernote with colorful formatting, it’ll likely become a much more basic table in Notion. Of course, you can fix this manually.

          If you’re missing an entire notebook or a note, some of the most common reasons include:

          One or more notes in a notebook include a table without text. Tables that just include images or web clippings don’t import well sometimes

          The note contains web clippings. For some users, web clippings don’t make the transition.

          The note includes attachments. Just like web clippings, attachments occasionally cause glitches.

          If you suspect any of these are the issue, remove these notes/notebooks from the import. You can also remove textless tables so the images and web clippings import without issue.

          You can quickly find which notes/notebooks have problematic elements by searching Evernote for the following:




          If possible, move all of these notes to a separate notebook. This makes it easier to do a mass import and then move over the rest of your data manually if you have to.

          You can also export these notes as HTML files in Evernote. Then, create a new page in Notion and import the HTML file. You’ll likely lose any formatting, but it does seem to circumvent most import issues.

          Open the Evernote desktop client. This doesn’t work in the web version.

              Open Notion and select “Add a page” in the left sidebar.

                  Choose “HTML.”

                    Select your file from your computer and wait for it to import. If it’s multiple files, you can select everything at once.

                    Give your new page a name and adjust your formatting if necessary.

                    It’s not a guarantee everything will be perfect, but I had more luck getting web clippings to merge this way.

                    Frequently Asked Questions Can Notion change any notes or account information in Evernote?

                    No. While Notion sees your notes and notebooks, your account information is encrypted and off limits. Plus, data imports into Notion, but it doesn’t delete or change anything in Evernote.

                    How long should I keep Evernote after importing?

                    It’s a good idea to keep Evernote until you’ve verified all your information has imported successfully. If you don’t like Notion or need to manually import data, you’ll still have everything in Evernote. Even if you’re a premium user, it’s worth paying for an extra month if need be to make sure you don’t lose anything.

                    Do my imported blocks count against the free account limit in Notion?

                    No. The free plan that includes workspaces for multiple users has a 1,000 block limit. Anything imported doesn’t count against this. However, as you add new blocks to any imported notes/pages, this will begin counting against the limit.

                    Are there any other methods to import from Evernote to Notion?

                    Manual copy/paste and Notion’s import tool are the easiest options. However, a user did create enex2notion, which promises to bring everything over flawlessly. It’s a more complicated process that uses command line prompts. I had mixed results personally, but many users claimed it solved all their import troubles. The GitHub page includes instructions on how to use the tool.

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                    Crystal Crowder

                    Crystal Crowder has spent over 15 years working in the tech industry, first as an IT technician and then as a writer. She works to help teach others how to get the most from their devices, systems, and apps. She stays on top of the latest trends and is always finding solutions to common tech problems.

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                    External Tools To Improve Evernote

                    Evernote on itself is a powerful tool, even without these tips and tricks. But the user base has grown to a size that its demand can’t be catered by Evernote alone. Additional tools and services to improve the way we user Evernote are popping up all over the tech landscape. Here are few of them.

                    1. Automate Using IF

                    IF was previously known as IFTTT, and it stands for If This Then That. It is a multi-platform web-based automation service. It allows users to create “recipes” – chains of simple conditional statements – which are triggered by changes to chosen web services. To put it simply, if A happens, then do B.

                    You can connect Evernote with over 200 other supported services and create virtually unlimited combination of recipes. But the easier way to start is by using popular pre-made recipes, and customize it with your personal accounts. Do a search for Evernote, and choose the ones that fit your needs. With over a thousand result, you have plenty to choose from. Few of the interesting ones are:

                    Make an Evernote journal based on your Google Calendar

                    Speak notes to Evernote using Siri and iOS Reminders

                    Archive Amazon order confirmation email

                    Keep a list of new best seller books

                    Log a map of your locations

                    and the list goes on and on

                    Search for Evernote (and connect to your Evernote account if you haven’t done so)

                    Choose the tag trigger and add the tag

                    Search for Twitter (and connect to your Twitter account if you haven’t done so)

                    Choose the action and set the text template

                    As mentioned above, there are virtually unlimited recipe combination, so the sky is your limit in creating the recipes.

                    2. Automatically Collect Pictures

                    Since using Skitch requires you to log in with your Evernote account, the process works automatically. All your images are stored in a notebook called Skitch.

                    You can change the notebook location and the sync process from the Settings in the mobile version or Preferences in the desktop version.

                    3. Insert Digitally Handwritten Notes

                    Research says that writing down a topic will leave a more lasting impression than typing it out. Maybe that’s why laptops won’t replace pens and papers in many schools anytime soon.

                    Similar to Skitch, Penultimate also acquired by Evernote and then deeply integrated into Evernote ecosystem. After logging in with Evernote ID, you can be sure that all of your handwritten notes and doodles are safe inside your Evernote’s Penultimate notebook.

                    And the best part of it, they are OCR-ed and searchable. But, that depends on how readable your handwriting is. If you can’t read it yourself, Evernote might not be able to do better. 🙂

                    4. Transcribe Audio Notes to Text Notes

                    If there’s one thing that Evernote for Android can do that the other incarnations can’t, it’s the ability to turn audio notes into text. But we are living in the creative digital age, there’s almost always a workaround for every tech problem.

                    Evernote on iOS users can also ask Siri to write down a note. Just press and hold the home button, and say Take a Note. Siri will save your dictation to Apple’s Notes app.

                    Another alternative is online transcribing service called Voice2Note that can help you save your transcribed audio notes directly to Evernote. The free plan limits you to five audio notes per month.

                    5. Clean The Web For Better Reading

                    If you think that the general web pages interface has become too noisy, you are not alone. While we respect the web owners’ intention to make a living, I think that many of them take the effort a little bit too far.

                    Evernote Clearly interface is similar to Web Clipper’s Simple Article mode, but with more themes and customization.

                    You can also highlight the important parts of the text and save it to Evernote.

                    6. Manage Heavy Reading Life

                    But why use Pocket at all if you have Evernote? Well, some of those interesting readings are worth keeping for future references, while some others are one-time reading materials only.

                    My workflow is to save all interesting readings to Pocket, and then read, sort, and tag them in my pleasure time. I put those worth keeping ones into Archive (Checkmark button) and Delete the rest. I use an IF recipe to save archived items into Evernote automatically.

                    7. Power Up The Business Cards

                    Despite the years of attempts to move to the digital version, paper business cards are still widely used today, and we are still stuck with the problem of properly storing them.

                    This feature is for premium users only and you have to connect to your LinkedIn account via General – Camera – Business Card settings.

                    From my many experiments, I found out that, even though it’s still not perfect, the technology does the job fairly well.

                    8. Ditch Your Document Scanner

                    Multiple images from one scanning session can be grouped into one document. Scannable will also clean any background noise from the pictures. While this step will make clear black and white images, it doesn’t go well with colorful documents.

                    9. Go Paperless with QR Codes

                    Almost every consumer product that we purchase comes with manual(s). But they always seem to find a way to disappear at the time we need them most. In one discussion in Evernote forum, a clever solution came up: to go digital with QR codes.

                    The process goes more or less like this:

                    create or find the soft copy of the manuals

                    save it in Evernote

                    get the note link

                    generate QR code for the link using QR code generator

                    print and stick the QR code to the device (thermostat, TV, sound system, fridge, etc.)

                    and don’t forget to attach the QR code to the note itself for future reference

                    Now, every time you need to change the thermostat’s battery, reassemble the sound system, or re-setting the home network, the manuals are just a QR code scan away.

                    There are more ideas on utilizing QR codes, such as: to create content summary for books in the library or DVDs that you burn, group itineraries, WiFi password in a cafe, brochures for product displays, more information on event posters, discount coupons, etc.

                    10. Explore More at Evernote App Center

                    SEE ALSO: Best Scanner Apps For Android to Scan Documents

                    Migrate To Windows 7 At Your Own Pace

                    Although I’ve been playing with Windows 7 for a couple months now, I’m not quite ready to dive in. I want to make gradual move, keeping my Vista-based PC up and running while I transition to the new OS. Why? I have my reasons. For one thing, I don’t want any driver- or software-related surprises–or worse. Early upgraders are already reporting issues; read “Windows 7 Upgrade Woes Mount: Endless Reboots and Product Key Problems” for a look at what’s been going on.

                    So I’ve come up with a plan. Instead of wiping my system for a fresh install or doing an in-place upgrade from Vista to 7, I’m getting the best of both worlds. First, I partitioned my hard drive–which, thankfully, has more than enough room to accommodate both Vista and Windows 7. Then I loaded Windows 7 onto the new partition, which gave me a fresh install (always the best approach, in my humble opinion).

                    After that, I need to make sure Windows 7 works well with all my hardware. Assuming it does, I’ll start installing the apps I use daily and copying over my data from the Vista partition. Eventually, after a few weeks (or even months), I’ll remove the Vista partition. I’ll need to figure out how to make 7 the primary partition so I don’t run into boot issues, but that’s a problem for a much later day. This week I’ll tell you how I set up a new hard-drive partition and installed Windows 7.

                    Partitioning Your Drive

                    So my first step was partitioning the hard drive. Vista has a built-in partitioning tool; Windows XP users will need Easeus Partition Manager, a free utility, or another third-party tool.

                    Keep in mind that this approach requires a reasonably large drive, preferably one with at least 50GB of free space–more if you have a lot of video files and other data you’ll be copying over from the old partition. On my system, which has a 750GB drive, I created a 300GB partition for Windows 7. Here’s how to do that:

                    Vista will calculate how much “shrinkage” is allowed. And here’s where you may run into trouble. My 750GB drive had close to 400GB free, but Disk Management was willing to shrink the partition by only about 80GB. I turned to PerfectDisk, a drive-defragmenting utility that can perform the all-important function of moving system files to the beginning of the partition, thus freeing up much more of the available space.

                    When you’re done, you’ll have a brand spankin’ new partition that’s ready to receive Windows 7.

                    Installing Windows 7 on the Partition

                    If you don’t see a similar option upon booting, you may need to venture into the BIOS to change the boot order, with your CD/DVD drive ahead of the hard drive. Consult your system manual if you don’t know how to do that.

                    Now go get a cup of coffee. My install went pretty quickly–about 20 minutes in all–but yours could take twice as long depending on the speed of your system.

                    In the coming weeks I’ll talk about reinstalling software, migrating data, and more.

                    Rick Broida writes PC World’s Hassle-Free PC blog. Sign up to have Rick’s newsletter e-mailed to you each week.

                    How To Protect Yourself From Grayware

                    How To Protect Yourself From Grayware

                    Well, the problem is that the files are malicious and suspicious. It is not possible to differentiate the programs which are suspicious, and which are not. Moreover, due to the loopholes, these programs often come up with the new vulnerabilities that occur due to the poorly coded mechanism and target the tools.

                    Types of Grayware

                    Adware and Spyware are the most common types of grayware.

                    What is Adware Grayware? What is Spyware Grayware?

                    Spyware is designed with the aim of tracking your online habit and behavior. Spyware also collects the data first and then share the data to the third party for marketing purposes. The data collected by spyware also include personal and financial data, username, credentials, etc. Spyware is always running in the background recording your every move by staying concealed.

                    How to Find Out Your Machine Is Infected?

                    The infected apps and tools gather personal data, utilize keyloggers, plant cookies, the stored data can jeopardize via unaccountable exposure.

                    Also Read :- How To Ensure Browser Security

                    Grayware can be hidden in any file, app or tool and not only make you compromise on your bandwidth but also hamper the work progressions. However, with the passing time, Grayware might end up accumulating your data and controlling your device.

                    Untrusted source apps and malware may be relying on the apprehensive way to get into the firms’ network to target user computer. Many times, adware and malware are also shoved to your computer along with the under wraps.

                    Grayware aggravates users by sending an alert to EDR and other security threat detection which usually divert the mind for the real loopholes.

                    How to Protect Yourself from Grayware?

                    It is important to take a few steps to protect yourself from Grayware. To stop Grayware from intruding your privacy and security complications. It is always recommended to ensure your device a safe and good defense mechanism to fight against suspicious programs that carry PUPs. You can safeguard your computer by securing them with up-to-date internet security suite. Also, mobile, tablets, computers and the operating system have the requirement of strong Internet security suite to run the machine seamlessly.

                    You can be vigilant for the website you are visiting. In case, you come across with any usual performance by your machine such as sluggish performance, freezing website, issue while installing tools on your computer then it is recommended to instantly close the site.

                    You need to ensure every download and install is performed from the trusted source and official website to avoid Grayware in your system. If you are not sure about the program or about the website you can always do the research first before you download any program.

                    Overall, just like the other malware, spyware and virus, Grayware also comes in the concealed way with the software, it is possible to protect yourself from Grayware if you are lesser focused towards your action and security.

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                    How To Move Your Data From Lastpass To Bitwarden.

                    If you have recently become aware of the major change coming to LastPass (free) and are looking to switch to a new password manager. This article will show you how to quickly and easily switch from LastPass to Bitwarden, the best Lastpass alternative on the market. Though in a lot of ways Bitwarden is a superior product. 

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                    LastPass has become an extremely important tool for millions of Internet users around the world. It allows you to store and generate secure passwords that can be accessed and used from just about any Internet browser or smartphone. And up until now, all the good stuff has been totally free. 

                    Starting March 16th 2023 however, LastPass will be changing the way that the free version of LastPass works. As you’ve already seen the news bringing you to this article will jump straight on into the process for moving your data from LastPass over to Bitwarden. 

                    Quick steps for moving from LastPass to Bitwarden:

                    Confirm the export with your Master Password and the file will be saved locally (unencrypted).

                    Finally use the drop-down menu to select LastPass csv file then upload the file you saved in step 2.

                    Finally and most importantly, delete the LastPass csv file from your computer and recycling bin.

                    How do you move all your Passwords from LastPass to Bitwarden or another Password Manager?

                    Before you start the steps shown below, make sure you have about five minutes of time to complete the entire task from start to finish. You don’t want to start then stop midway, as there is a short period of time where all your data will be on your computer unprotected.

                    Enter your Master Password to confirm the exportation process, then save the file to a very safe location on your computer. You can do the same for Form data as well if you wish. 

                    IMPORTANT: Remember that all this data is unprotected, so be very careful where you keep it and what you do with it.

                    How do you import data from LastPass to Bitwarden? Migrate from LastPass to Bitwarden.

                    To import your passwords into Bitwarden you will be required to follow a very similar process. 

                    Unlike LastPass, you will need to import to Bitwarden using the web version. To do this visit the Bitwarden homepage, then log into your account. 

                    After you have completed the steps shown above make sure you delete the LastPass csv file from your computer, including your recycling bin. This data has no encryption so can easily be accessed by someone else.  

                    How To Transfer Whatsapp Messages From Iphone To Android

                    How To Transfer WhatsApp Messages From iPhone To Android Ways To Transfer WhatsApp Messages From iPhone To Android

                    1. Transfer WhatsApp data from iPhone to Android Using Export Chat

                    2. Transfer WhatsApp data from iPhone to Android Using Chat Backup

                    1. Transfer WhatsApp data from iPhone to Android Using Export Chat

                    Whether you are switching from iOS to Android or whenever you think of it, here are a few steps you can look for to move WhatsApp from iOS to Android.

                    Open WhatsApp on iPhone.

                    Swipe left on the chat you want to export.

                    From the ‘More’ option, go to Export Chat.

                    You will be asked to export chat with or without media. Choose any one option to proceed.

                    Now, select the Mail option and enter the Email address that is linked to your Android device.

                    Follow all the above-mentioned steps to export/transfer WhatsApp messages from iPhone to Android.

                    Follow these steps to Email the WhatsApp chats to Android-linked email address. Now to finish transferring messages to your Android device, follow the steps below on your Android phone.

                    Open Mail on your Android phone.

                    Download all the WhatsApp chat files that you have received from iPhone.

                    Delete WhatsApp from Android device ( if installed) and reinstall it.

                    You’ll be asked to Restore data. Choose the Restore option to proceed.

                    Yeah! All your WhatsApp chats are now restored on your Android phone from iPhone.

                    2. Transfer WhatsApp Messages From iPhone To Android Using Chat Backup

                    Well, your WhatsApp chats are automatically backed up and saved daily on your device unless you have opted for Never backup chats option. You can try backing up your chats to Google Drive as and when needed. Follow the steps below to back up your WhatsApp chats:

                    Open WhatsApp on iPhone.

                    Log in to your account.

                    Now, go to Settings, then Chats and choose Chat Backup.

                    Now, download and install WhatsApp on your Android phone.

                    Login to your WhatsApp account. It will ask you to restore data from backup.

                    Choose Restore to get all the WhatsApp chats restored on your Android device.

                    3. Transfer WhatsApp Data From iPhone To Android Using Dr.Fone

                    dr.fone- WhatsApp Transfer is yet again the best way to transfer WhatsApp messages from iPhone to Android. This amazing app makes backup and transfer WhatsApp chats easy for the user. Other than transferring WhatsApp messages from iPhone to Android, you can also take backup of WhatsApp chats on your iPhone using dr.fone. You can anytime restore those backups on any new device later.

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