Merge the contents of two Evernote accounts

Evernote makes it easy to move notes from one account to another. If you have more than one Evernote account, you can consolidate all your notes and notebooks into a single account. This process can only be completed using the Evernote app for Mac or Windows.

To move notes and notebooks from one account to a secondary account:

  1. From any Mac or Windows desktop computer, log into the account that contains notes you'd like to transfer to another account.
  2. Export your notebooks as Evernote XML (.enex) files from this account and remember which folder or directory you’ve saved them to. All your note contents and tags are saved to this ENEX file.
    Note: Notebook stacks are tied to individual accounts and cannot be exported to another account. Once you’ve imported all your notebooks into your secondary account, you’ll need to reorganize them into stacks.
  3. Sign out of the account you've just exported notes from and sign into a secondary account.
  4. Import the ENEX (.enex) files into the secondary account.

More about how to export notes and notebooks

More about how to import notes and notebooks

Imported notes are automatically saved to a notebook titled "Imported [note title]". Once imported, you can move or copy to any personal or business notebook.

More about how to move notes into a different notebook

Now that you've transferred the notes between accounts, you may also wish to swap their email addresses.

As for the corresponding payments, subscriptions can't be merged nor transferred from one account to the other. You can cancel your unwanted subscription(s) auto renewals and/or ask for a refund. More information in this section




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