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Evernote & Scrivener, amazing for a writer :)

Initially I wanted a tool for writing books, such that it would be available and synchronizing over different devices: Kindle, Android tablet, smartphone, PC, etc. I tried different programs, and finally someone “accidentally” :) showed me Evernote. It was excellent!

Google Chrome has a nice extension, Evernote Clipper, that helps to save all kinds of pieces from web pages to one place. And I could add all my book ideas to Evernote as I go, from my phone or tablet or whatever, and then have them at my computer, ready for editing and being used. I used “notebooks” in Evernote as books, and each note was or a section, or a whole chapter. These book notebooks went into the stack “My Books”, while I had more stacks, for other subjects.

So I wrote books in some combination of Evernote and Microsoft Word. And recently, someone showed me Scrivener…….. What a pleasure it is!!! Just to read its tutorial – a brilliant way to build it! So nice to learn in such a pleasant environment. It can show the book outline, it has a corkboard, it can help me to outline and move and build my books in a convenient way, and it allows me to write in a customized full-screen no-distraction environment, so beautiful I’m just enjoying the experience! :) It has so many features, which are just nice to have. People say, they increase productivity, I say, they increase fun. :)

So I wanted to import my books from Evernote to Scrivener, but no matter, how I tried – Scrivener was adding them as “media”, in a Research section, and I wanted to use them in Drafts.

I tried to drag and drop, export-import, and finally found the way. :) There was one little checkbox that changed it all.

So the path is (unless you find something even more productive, please let me know!):

1. Export notes (can be one note, can be even a whole notebook) in Evernote. Choose the option of saving them as multiple HTML files.

2. Open in Scrivener Tools –> Options –> Import/Export, and check the box next to “Convert HTML files to text”

3. On a folder in Scrivener, where you want to add them, right-click on that folder in the binder and choose Add -> Files.


If you saved all the exported notes in one separate folder on your computer, then you can just drag the whole folder into the binder of Scrivener!

That’s it! It saves all the rich formatting options I had set in Evernote notes: bold, italics, font color etc. So so nice!

By the way, Scrivener is still now at $20 instead of $40 at appsumo. And it’s not an affiliate link. :)

..It just feels so nice, so perfect: I’ve wanted my writing books to be of more fun, and here the tool is coming, which exactly feels like fun, and ease, and power together with lightness. I love it. :)

Good day!! :) ♥

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