Making the move from Evernote to OneNote
We appreciate that you're thinking about a change to OneNote. As part of the Office family, OneNote will feel familiar from the start.
Create your way
Write or type anywhere, clip from the web or drop in content from your Office docs.
Work together
Shape ideas with a team or plan meals with your family. Stay on the same page and in sync.
Think with ink
Scribble notes by hand. Express your insights with shapes and colors.
Note: The legacy Evernote to OneNote Importer was retired from service effective September 2022
OneNote and Evernote. What's the difference?
OneNote and Evernote have a lot in common, but we think you're going to love OneNote's standout features. Dive into its free-form feel of pen to paper. You also get free offline note access and unlimited note creation.

OneNote Evernote
Available on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and web
Sync notes across your devices Limited to 2 devices for Evernote Basic. Requires Evernote Plus or Premium to sync across your devices.
Offline access to notes on mobile Requires Evernote Plus or Premium
Unlimited monthly uploads 60 MB/month (Free)
1 GB/month (Evernote Plus)
Write anywhere on the page with free-form canvas
Share content with others
Clip content from the web
Save email into your notes Requires Evernote Plus or Premium
Digitize business cards Requires Evernote Premium
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