Traditional way to export Evernote to Google Docs
Evernote and Google Docs are similar in cloud storage and document-editing function. It’s not bad to make a backup or share files with coworkers/friends by exporting Evernote to Google Docs. You may view a traditional way: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/move-evernote-files-google-docs-46746.html
However, you’ll find this method requires you to download files to the local disk first then re-upload to Google Docs, which is inconvenient indeed especially when there are uncountable documents. What if a free file transfer online tool that can help you copy or move Evernote to Google Docs directly from the web browser without downloading? The good news is that this kind of app really exists!
MultCloud -- combines all your clouds
MultCloud is just the right web app mentioned above. It puts multiple cloud services in one place so that you’re able to manage them with one-time login. You don’t have to install any additional client, either.
Clouds supported by MultCloud: Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, hubiC, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
Actually, exporting Evernote to Google Docs can be seen as the Evernote integration with Google Drive because when you create a file in Google Docs, it will appear in Google Drive by default. Thus, with the help of MultCloud, you’re allowed to transfer files from Evernote to Google Docs and vice versa.
Export Evernote to Google Docs via MultCloud
Register MultCloud and sign in. Then it shows the main interface. Link Evernote to Google Docs by adding accounts of Evernote and Google Drive here.
After that, Evernote to Google Docs link has been accomplished. Now, you can sync Evernote to Google Docs via dragging. (Update: From MultCloud 4.0, there is a special Cloud Sync service.)
Or export Evernote to Google docs using copy options from contextmenu.
Regular functions like “Rename”, “Delete”, etc work like they do in Windows Explorer or Finder in Mac OS X. In addition, scheduled backup is available under “Transfer” tab.
Extension for Google Chrome browser users
You’re highly recommended to install the MultCloud’s extension if you are a Google Chrome browser. In this case, you can transfer data to other cloud drives directly from your Google Drive site. Such as sync Google Photos to Dropbox.
With the extension installed, click “TRANSFER TO CLOUD”, the page will automatically skip to MultCloud.