Evernote
In our post on how to analyze and visualize Evernote notes, we announced a feature coming soon that will enable Evernote users to bulk import their notes into Speak for analysis and visualization.
In this post, we share how to export individual notes and notebooks as Evernote XML format (.enex) files to prepare to import them into Speak.
Note: This feature is only available in Evernote for Mac or Windows.
Here is the dedicated page on Evernote’s website.
You can export a copy of any note and save it to your Mac or PC using one of Evernote’s desktop applications. When exporting notes, all note contents, including attachments and tags, will be saved to the Evernote XML (.enex) file. You can export an individual note, an entire notebook, or all notes at once. Notebook stacks and note links cannot be exported.

Note For Selecting Which Notes & Notebooks To Export

We cannot intuitively import all notes into Speak. We are not focusing on images, or bookmarks, or drawings.
We are focused on writing and communication-driven notes, whether you are communicating with yourself or others.
So, it would be valuable for you to import journals, notes from meetings, content, blogs, and emails with enough text and full sentences.
Export Individual Notes
Export A Notebook

MAC

1. Click on a note or hold down the CMD key and click to select multiple notes.
2.Right-click on selected note(s) and select Export Note(s).
3. Make sure to Evernote XML format (.enex) is selected.
4. Optional. Check ‘Include tags for each note’ if you want to import the tags.
5. Click Save.

Windows

1. Click on a note or hold down the CTRL key and click to select multiple notes.
2. Right-click on selected note(s) and select Export Note(s).
3. Select Export as file in ENEX format (.enex) from the menu and click Export.
4. Choose the file name and location and click Save.

MAC

1. Select All Notes in the sidebar.
2. Select any note and press CMD + A on the keyboard to select all of your notes.
3. Select File > Export Notes…
4. Optional. Check ‘Include tags for each note’ if you want to import the tags.
5. Click Save.

Windows

1. Select All Notes in the left panel.
2. Select any note and press CTRL + A on your keyboard to select all of your notes.
3. Select File > Export…
4. Select Export as file in ENEX format (.enex) from the menu and click Export.
5. Choose the file name and location and click Save.
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