WordPress to Evernote (and Postach.io) part 3

Continuing the recent theme of moving posts from WordPress to Evernote so I can populate my Caffeine Tangent postach.io blog, I found this Python code on Github.


It claims to be able to convert an exported wordpress XML file to a single Evernote import. I’m going to try it now!

In your WordPress admin panel. Select Export from the Tools menu.

I’m going to try and export everything as an XML file.

The XML file is saved when you choose Download Export File.

After downloading and extracting the python script I set up an empty folder called TEMP.

I then opened a CMD prompt and executed the following command

Which created the following files in the TEMP folder

I was able to individually import each of the ENEX files from 2009-2010 and 2012-2013 using the Import option from the File menu.

The 2011 file did not import and displayed the following error message

The final step was to select the newly imported notes (all 119 of them which was a surprise because I only had 86 posts!) and move them to my Postach.io notebook.

The tags will need to be edited and I’m not sure what the extra notes will contain (perhaps draft blog posts or page info?) but, for the time being, I’m happy!


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