Quick Guide: Evernote vs. Microsoft OneNote

By Lisa Louise Cooke Premium

It doesn’t take long for genealogy research to pile up: stacks of paper on your desk and floor, sticky notes surrounding your computer screen, and binders packed with pages. Migrating to a digital note-taking system can save you time, space and headaches. But which one should you use? The top two contenders are Evernote and OneNote, and in the chart below they go head to head. Both programs are noteworthy (literally)—your choice comes down to personal computing needs and work style.
Evernote vs. Microsoft OneNote chart

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