|tell application "Notes"|
|set theNotes to every note of the folder "Notes"|
|repeat with thisNote in theNotes|
|set myTitle to the name of thisNote|
|set myText to the body of thisNote|
|set myCreateDate to the creation date of thisNote|
|set myUpdateDate to the modification date of thisNote|
|tell application "Evernote"|
|set theTransferredNote to create note with html myText ¬|
|title myTitle ¬|
|created myCreateDate ¬|
|notebook "Imported Notes"|
|set modification date of theTransferredNote to myUpdateDate|
Here's a small improvement since Evernote crashes (and stops the import) if there is a title longer than 255 characters:
tell application "Notes"
Excuse my inexperience, but I can't seem to get it to work. Both scripts seem to run fine but they don't seem to find anything located in the "Notes" folder.
Any input would be much appreciated.
Apologies for the noob question, how do I run the script? I'm pretty sure it's not as simple as downloading the zip file, extracting and running the script via Script Editor as that hasn't done the trick. Came across this tool and it sounds perfect for me to transfer over 800 of my notes to Evernote, but am stuck on how to do it :/
Would be very grateful if someone could kindly offer me some help. Thanks!
If you have more than one account this no longer works. I cobbled together an applescript from the above and some apple resources that allows you to choose the account to import from and then it will import into Evernote.