Moving Notebooks in Evernote


Good morning!

This is just a quickie regarding Evernote. I had someone mention that they weren’t sure how to move notes between Notebooks in Evernote. You will need to do this if you placed your new Note into the wrong Notebook, if you created new Notebooks and need to rearrange your notes, etc.

It is easy to place a Note into the wrong Notebook, but thankfully it is SO easy to correct that!

Open Evernote

  • Open the item that you want to move to a different notebook.
  • You will see this:


Click on the icon that is circled above.


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You will see that it says “Move Note” when you hover over it.


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This will show you all of your notebooks, plus allow you to create new ones. Whichever notebook your note is currently in will show up in green with the green check next to it.

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Click on whichever notebook you want your note moved to.


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That is it! You will know you are successful when you see the green bar pop up at the top of the screen saying that your note was moved. You will also see that the Notebook it is in has changed (circled).

When entering new Notes, just keep an eye on that spot above that is circled. You can switch Notebooks around just by clicking there.

If you have any other questions, let me know!

I will be back tomorrow with two cards from a recent Christmas Card class I hosted.

Have a great day!


2 thoughts on “Moving Notebooks in Evernote

  1. Heather L. September 29, 2016 / 8:44 pm

    So does Evernote have the images of the stamp sets in it or does one have to.upload an image? I just may have to check it out.


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