Since I have TONS of content in Evernote, I wanted to find an easy way out given that Evernote has dropped support for RSS feeds. Since being able to share is the main reason I invested in a Premium account, and Evernote has not responded in any way to my pleas for RSS feed addition for Premium users, I needed a way to get my content out.

I imagined being able to put all my notes into Dropbox, along with encrypted attachments, but doing so would take…well…forever. CloudHQ.net takes care of this for me!

While there are other ways to accomplish this, CloudHQ.net offers one the opportunity to have a 15-day free trial. You can use this 15-day trial to move content from one cloud service to another. In my case, I decided to export all my content in Evernote to Dropbox.

The process was fairly painless and resulted in a copy of all my Evernote content in a Dropbox folder I’d created right before starting. As you can see below, here’s my new folder on Dropbox featuring all my Evernote content:

CloudHQ.net even provides statistics…(these aren’t complete, by the way…lots more to go!)

360 files and 44.7 MB of data has been transferred in the last week.

Kudos to CloudHQ.net for making it easy to move content from one service to another! You can also sync content back-n-forth between a variety of services, which makes it a pretty neat deal at $9.90 per month (if you need that level of redundancy). Since this is a one-way trip for me, I probably won’t be using it much…but CloudHQ.net is tempting as an easy way to move from GoogleDrive to Dropbox or vice versa!

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