Why need to merge two Evernote accounts?
Nowadays, many people take notes with an app called Evernote. Some of them create more than one account, one for personal use, one for work. Sometimes, they want to share the files. Evernote has the sharing function, but you have to switch accounts on the same device. If there is an app that can merge two Evernote accounts together, things will be easier.
Use MultCloud to merge 2 Evernote accounts
In this article, I will focus on MultCloud. MultCloud is able to merge two Evernote accounts. It is a web app as multiple cloud storage manager, you can use it on any device that connect to Internet. In fact, MultCloud is a platform, which can access to Evernote through API and with your authorization. Seeing is believing. Next, I will show you how to use MultCloud to realize this.
Clouds supported by MultCloud are: Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Alfresco, hubiC, OneDrive, MEGA, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu, WebDav and FTP/SFTP.
Visit MultCloud on a browser. Try to log in it. Two ways: experiencing sign in or register first. Then choose Evernote to add into MultCloud.
Then the page will jump to Evernote’s website. You should input your username and password there, and authorize MultCloud to connect to your Evernote.
Repeat above steps to add another Evernote account into MultCloud. Finished! MultCloud has combined Evernote accounts.
Managing multiple Evernote accounts in MultCloud
Now that Evermote accounts had been merged in MultCloud, how to share files between them? MultCloud’s core feature is transferring. Right click a file or folder, you can find “Copy” and “Copy to” options. They will help you copy file to another Evernote account. You can also move by dragging&dropping directly or do more complex transferring task in Cloud Transfer Service and syncing task in Cloud Sync Service. In a word, Evernote cloud backup with the help of MultCloud is easy.
Except transferring, MultCloud has other functions. You can refer to above screenshot, such as previewing before transferring. To tell you the truth. There is no limitation of the number of Evernote accounts in MultCloud. Cool!
Can you have multiple Evernote accounts? Yes! And you can manage them with MultCloud safely. From above example, you see MultCloud does not need your Evernote’s username and password. That’s because It accesses cloud drives with OAuth authorization. For cloud that supports OAuth, you don't need to input username and password when adding it into MultCloud. Read more: Combine Evernote and Dropbox.