How to Archive an Evernote Notebook
Evernote is an application for Macintosh OS X, Windows, iPad, iPhone, Blackberry and Android that "clips" Web pages into a virtual scrapbook. The software is great for remembering information and making notes; once clipped, the Web site, video or picture is accessible offline on your computer and on any mobile devices connected to your Evernote account. The application does not have a specific "archive" function, but Evernote staff have suggested a way of achieving the desired result by exporting your notebooks on your home computer.
Things You'll Need
- External hard drive/pen drive (if necessary)
Start Evernote on your Windows or Macintosh OS computer. Your notebooks appear in list form on the left side of the Evernote window.
Right-click the notebook you want to archive. Select "Export Notes" from the menu.
Make sure "Evernote XML Format (.enex)" is showing in the "Format" drop-down menu. Save the file to your computer's hard disk.
Drag and drop the ".enex" file to an external hard drive or pen drive using Windows Explorer or Macintosh Finder.
Right-click the notebook in Evernote a second time. Select "Delete Selected Notebook."
Click "Delete" to confirm the action. The notebook data is safely stored in an ".enex" file off your hard disk until you next need the information.