The computer giant Microsoft has unveiled a new tool that allows users to quickly migrate all of their content from Evernote to OneNote.

The OneNote Importer tool was released on Monday and relevant information was made available in a blog post from the company.

The tool’s purpose is to lure users away from Evernote with a new device able to migrate people’s information from the startup’s note-taking service. The newly released tool is currently available for Windows, yet Microsoft intends to deliver a version suitable for Mac in upcoming months.

Image: Android Authority
Image: Android Authority

The OneNote tool has new features for users to enjoy including free-form canvas. This unique feature allows users to combine text documents with images, handwriting and even audio or video clips.

In today’s marketplace, there’s no doubt that personalization is the key in order to pursue a new customer target, as it accommodates with personal preferences as well as amplifies the range where it’s intended to be used.

This application is determined to get the users’ attention, as it can also be accessed offline for free. One of the biggest advantages of OneNote is the availability for users to download it for free alongside with the Office Suite. With this, the tech giant will surely achieve the goal of attracting more customers into drifting from Evernote to OneNote for good.

The Office Suite is designed to work well with other Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Another perk for the OneNote app developed by Microsoft is that users are able to upload unlimited amounts of data without having to be online.

Microsoft’s place in efficiency apps

Evernote claimed to have over 100 million customers in 2014, yet it never published its total user-base. But considering that it is one of the leading productivity apps in both iOS and Android app stores, OneNote has a difficult road to success ahead.

According to the Verge, Microsoft announced in January that its Office Apps reached over 340 million users worldwide and over 30 million users were accessing Outlook from iOS and Android devices. So there’s no doubt that Microsoft will reassure his position in the enterprise applications and personal computer space with the latest software plug-in, available now for free downloading.

Source: The Verge