Export Evernote to Google Drive for Data Backup
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 an Evernote backup under your control.
And Google Drive, a cloud platform for creating, sharing and downloading documents online and offline, is a good destination to save the backup. Next, we’ll show you how to export Evernote to Google Drive with simple steps.
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, click the Save Attachments button on the right side.
2. Choose a folder on computer or hard drive to save the files to.
3. Upload these files to Google 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 (.enml).
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 could get one big XML file. However, if you don’t understand XML, this method does not help you much, although it does retain all your notes, tags, and data for import into Evernote or other applications.
When you simply back up Evernote to Google Drive or move Evernote data to other systems, this method can help you back up related data. Here’s an example of what the file looks like if we open it up:
In a word, when you export from Evernote to Google Drive with Evernote built-in feature, you can copy the attachment in its native format and then upload to Google Drive, or you can export as HTML files or an “.enml” backup file. But this is not good enough.
The Best Solution to Export Evernote to Google Drive
Suppose that you want to export all your Evernote data to Google Drive in a way that you can view them as you did in Evernote - a text file note just be a text file, a PDF would just be a PDF, and a jpg would just be a jpg. In this situation, you can use MultCloud - a cloud file manager to migrate Evernote to Google Drive, which is easy for you.
Currently, MultCloud supports three main functions: “Cloud Transfer”, “Cloud Sync” and “Remote Upload”. In addition, there are 32 cloud drives for you to choose from, and you can add corresponding cloud drive accounts for file moving operations according to your needs.
You can use MultCloud to export data from Evernote to Google Drive in 3 simple steps.
Step 1: Visit MultCloud homepage. Create a free account or click “Try without signing up” to get a temporary account.
Step 2: After signing in, click “Add Cloud” to select Evernote to add, then add Google Drive in the same way.
Tip: When adding Evernote, you should authorize your Evernote account by clicking the “Add Evernote” button, and follow the instructions to grant MultCloud access to the account you are connecting to. You can even add two or more Evernote accounts in MultCloud.
Step 3: After adding Evernote and Google Drive, you can directly export Evernote to Google Drive by clicking “Copy”or“Copy to”.
Tip: If there are amounts of notes in Evernote needed to be migrated to Google Drive, we suggest you switch to “Cloud Transfer” interface and schedule the task.
As you see, MultCloud is a web-based cloud file manager, it can assist you integrate multiple cloud services into one for easier file managing and transferring. In this way, you can use MultCloud to easily export Evernote to Google Drive, what’s more, you can backup Google Drive to S3 or backup Evernote to OneDrive.
In addition, MultCloud has "Cloud Sync" function. There are 8 sync ways in this feature: Simple Sync, Mirror Sync, Move Sync, Cumulative Sync, Update Sync, Incremental Sync, Full Backup Sync, and Two-way Sync. You can add the MultCloud extension through Google browser to experience multiple sync modes.