Everything in Evernote is stored as a note. A note could be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten “ink” note. There is barely nothing against Evernote. But though a happy Evernote user as you, knowing how to export data is important. At the very least, you should have a backup under your control.
Amazon Cloud Drive is a grate option to save the backup. It is an unlimited cloud storage service allowing customers to securely store their existing content collections including photos, videos, movies, music, and files. With its unlimited plans, customers no longer need to worry about how much storage is needed to keep their content safe and secure.
Here, we introduce two solutions to export Evernote to Amazon Cloud Drive - export with Evernote itself and export Evernote via MultCloud.
Solution 1: export with Evernote itself
Evernote built-in feature supports to export from Evernote to Amazon Cloud Drive - you can either copy the attachment in its native format and then upload to Amazon Cloud Drive, or export note\notebook as HTML files or an .enex backup file. But neither of them are very convenient.
- Export Evernote attachment
You can either export all attachments for all Notes, or do it on a Notebook-by-Notebook basis if you want to keep your structure.
1. Highlight the Notes, on the right-hand-side click the Save Attachments button.
2. Choose a folder on computer or hard drive to save the files to.
3. Upload to Amazon Cloud Drive.
- Export all notes or a specific note\ notebook
When you export all notes or a specific note\notebook, you have two options for exporting: HTML or Evernote XML Format (.enex).
1.Export as HTML
Evernote will create an HTML file (basically a web page you can view on your computer) for each note. If the note has attachments, there is a “.resources” folder where the attachments live.
2.Export as Evernote XML
If you choose Evernote XML, you get one big XML file. But if you don’t speak XML this isn’t much helpful, though it does preserve all your notes, tags, and data for importing into Evernote or another application. (This makes sense when you just want to backup Evernote to Google Drive, or move Evernote data to other system.)
Here’s an example of what the file looks like if we open it up:
Solution 2: export Evernote to Amazon Cloud Drive via MultCloud
MultCloud is a web based multi-cloud manager. Suppose that you want to export all your Evernote data to Amazon Cloud Drive in a way that you can view them as you did in Evernote - a text file note would just be a text file, a PDF would just be a PDF, and a jpg would just be a jpg. In this situation, you need MultCloud to help you a transfer Evernote to Amazon Cloud Drive.
Step 1: Visit MultCloud: https://www.multcloud.com. Create a free account or “experience without signing up”.
Step 2: In next Window, click “Add Cloud Drives” to select Evernote and click “Next” to go to the next step.
Authorize your Evernote account by clicking the “Add Evernote Account” button, and follow the instructions to grant MultCloud access to the account you are connecting to. Then add Amazon Cloud Drive in the same way.
Step 3: After you combine Evernote and Amazon Cloud Drive, you can directly move files from Evernote to Amazon Cloud Drive by clicking “Copy”\“Copy to”, or simply drag and drop files.
Tip: If there are amount of notes in Evernote needed to be transferred to Amazon Cloud Drive, we suggest you switch to “Transfer” interface and schedule the task.
MultCloud now has a Google Chrome app. If you use Google Chrome browser, we highly suggest you install the extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/transfer-to-google-drived/dhkemmehlndncfkilljmpeacciajkfag.
*Update: A good news is that MultCloud added Cloud Sync service now. There are eight sync ways in all.