Microsoft is making it easier for Mac users to dump Evernote for OneNote, its adversary note-taking application, and a part of the Microsoft Office suite. The organization has today released another application called the OneNote Importer tool, which permits Mac users to move all their spared things from the Evernote for Mac application into OneNote automatically.
This is not the first run through Microsoft focused on Evernote's disappointed users by making it easier to change to Microsoft's own software. In March, it appeared a comparable rendition of the Importer apparatus for Windows users, reminding potential OneNote clients that its application is free on all gadgets. As we know that the Evernote Premium was $50 every year, the organization pointed out.
Evernote has subsequently raised its costs significantly further. The Premium version is currently $69.99 every year, while Plus is $34.99 every year. There's a Basic arrangement which is free, however, it does not have various elements, including customer support, search for text across PDFs and Office files, annotation support for PDFs, business card scanning, and more. It also only offers 60 MB of new uploads per month and will sync to just two devices.
Evernote has been under some turmoil as of late, have lost eminent VPs last December, which took after the moving of co-founder and CEO Phil Libin to Executive Chairman. In 2015, it also rebuilt its staff and restructured off Evernote Food, Skitch (except Skitch for Mac), Clearly, its Pebble Watch applications, and it shut down its e-business endeavors.
Aiming to strike Evernote when it’s struggling, Microsoft goes for the hard sell today, again pushing the advantage that comes with switching to Office. Evernote Premium’s $69.99 per year pricing is now the exact same price as Office 365 Personal, the company says. Office 365 comes with OneNote, as well as all the other Office apps, like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher, Access. And it ships with 1TB of cloud storage, and 60 Skype minutes of calls to mobile phones or landlines.
Besides, Microsoft brings up that OneNote additionally has web clippers like Evernote's, which works in all major browsers. The product additionally underpins typing, linking, embedding videos, recording audio, and digital scans, as well. To use the new Mac OneNote Importer tool, you’ll need to have a Mac running OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) or higher, and it’s best if Evernote for Mac is installed and signed in. When your Evernote notes are imported, they’ll automatically sync across your devices, including your PC, iOS, Android and the web browser.
To utilize the new Mac OneNote Importer tool, you'll need a Mac running OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) or higher, and it's ideal if Evernote for Mac is installed and signed in. At the point when your Evernote notes are transported in, they'll naturally sync over your gadgets, including your PC, iOS, Android and the web browser. Since the launch of the Windows version of the Importer tool, Microsoft has moved 71 million Evernote pages to OneNote, it says.
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