Google Keep Notes and Evernote are the best note-taking apps. However, if you prefer Evernote to keep Notes and wants to transfer your notes to Keep Notes then this guide is for you. This post will teach you 2 different ways to import notes from Google Keep to Evernote on Android devices.
The two finest note-taking applications are Google Keep and Evernote, both of which are cross-platform. While Google Keep offers a straightforward approach to how it operates, Evernote is a full-featured note-taking program with a more professional style. For chit-chat tasks like making a to-do list, writing down the grocery list, etc., I use Google Keep. However, all of my writing samples, sources for articles, edits, long-term assignments, and more are stored in Evernote.
Now that you’ve made the decision to switch from Google Keep to Evernote, you might be interested in learning how to export Google Notes to Evernote. Although Google Keep does not have a one-click Keep to Evernote export tool, there are a few other methods you may do the same thing.
Evernote does not, for some reason, offer a Keep import option, but it does have a OneNote import option. Here is how you can export notes from Keep to Evernote while we wait for Google and Evernote to make the export feature available.
Method 1. Import Individual Notes from Google Keep to Evernote
Google Keep provides a Send option if you simply need to export a small number of notes to Evernote. Even though it wasn’t specifically designed for export, it works just well. You may send specific notes using Keep’s Send function through email, WhatsApp, or other applications. One of the apps is Evernote.
1. Open the Keep Notes app and find the note you want to send it to Evernote.
2. Tap on and hold the notes to select it and then tap the 3 dots menu.
3. Tap Send.
4. Tap More.
5. From the list, choose Evernote.
6. The note will now open in Evernote. Tap Save on Evernote to save the note.
Method 2. Send via Email to Evernote
You can send specific notes to an Evernote account if you have Evernote installed on your computer. You may submit notes by email by using the special email address that comes with your Evernote account. The same thing is also possible with an Android phone.
Step 1: Locate the Evernote Email
- Open the Evernote app.
- Tap the hamburger menu and select the Settings icon.
- Tap Account > Evernote email.
- Here, you’ll see the Evernote email. Simply, tap Copy to clipboard.
Step 2. Once you have the Evernote email ID, do the following:
- Open the Google Keep app.
- Tap on and hold the notes to select it and then tap the 3 dots menu.
- Tap Send.
- Tap Gmail.
- Paste the Evernote email to the To field and tap Send.
- The Google Keep note will be available on your Evernote account now.
That’s all. These were the 2 methods to import notes from Google Keep to Evernote app on Android.