Back in March, Microsoft launched the OneNote Importer tool, which allows users to transfer their Evernote notes over to OneNote. Since then, the company says that it has helped its users to import 71 million pages from Evernote.
Today, the firm announced that the tool is now available for Macs. As Microsoft says, "the Importer tool makes moving day easy."
To use the Importer tool, you'll need a Mac running OS X 10.11 El Capitan or better. The company recommends having Evernote for Mac installed on your machine, and being signed into the app.
In June, Evernote put a number of restrictions on those that use the service's free 'Basic' plan. For one, they will only be able to sync their notes across two devices, rather than the former unlimited amount. At the same time, the company increased prices of its paid plans, making it comparable to Office 365.
Because of this, OneNote may be a compelling option for Evernote users. Those on the free tier of OneNote will only be restricted by the 5GB storage allotment on OneDrive, and can sync their notes with an unlimited amount of Windows, Android, iOS, and OS X devices.
Source: Office Blog