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wormi4ok
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Description

Convert Evernote .enex file to Markdown

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Evernote to Markdown converter

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Evernote2md is a CLI tool to convert Evernote notes exported in *.enex format to a directory with markdown files.

Key features:

  • Zero dependencies - download and run
  • Creates one markdown file per note
  • Converts attachments to files ( two directories will be created:
    image
    for images and
    file
    for other attachments e.g. pdf files )
  • Retains correct links to attachments
  • Inserts Evernote tags in notes as text entries with customizable formatting
  • Shows highlighted Evernote text
  • Sets file created and modified date equal to the note attributes

Installation

Using Homebrew package manager:

brew install evernote2md

Manually:

Download the latest release for your OS.

Note for macOS users!

Please, check this wiki page if you have problems running the tool.

How to use

evernote2md (flags) [input] [outputDir]

input
can be a file, a directory with exported files, or a glob pattern (like
exports/My*.enex
, for example).

If

outputDir
is not specified,
./notes
is used. Add optional
--folders
flag to put every note in a separate folder.

An option

--tagTemplate
allows to change the way tags are formatted. See wiki article for more information.

Flag

--help
shows all available options.

With Docker

docker run -t --rm -v "$PWD":/tmp -w /tmp wormi4ok/evernote2md:latest (flags) [input] [outputDir]

How to export notes from Evernote

Here is a link to an article in Evernote Help Center:

How to back up (export) and restore (import) notes and notebooks

Newer versions of the Evernote App do not allow selecting more than 50 notes at a time. Consider exporting entire Notebook instead.


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