The ability to import Evernote's .enex files
Evernote is self-destructing. They released a complete re-write of their app way before it was ready and they are losing many many customers, including me. I have THOUSANDS of notes in Evernote. and I am trying to get off of Evernote completely. That's how I found Freedcamp and I love it.
Currently the only way I can get stuff out of Evernote without cutting and pasting is to email a note into a task list or discussion and I have been doing that one at a time. But it is a SLOW process.
Evernote can export notes in bulk into an XML file format called. .enex. So it would be AWESOME to be able to import a .enex file into Freedcamp.
Notes in Evernote can have reminders. So I guess it makes sense to import the .enex file into Freedcamp as a new task list in a project.
But for my use case, what I'd really like is to be able to import a .enex file into a wiki list. (with some sort of warning that reminders on the notes in the .enex file will be discarded). A wiki list just feels closer to an Evernote notebook than a task list.
As I said there are LOTS of people searching for Evernote alternatives these days. And Freedcamp is a very compelling option. ESPECIALLY when you compare per user pricing between Freedcamp and Evernote and Notejoy etc. Freedcamp is a MUCH MUCH better VALUE for the money.
So a tool to facilitate easy migration from Evernote into Freedcamp plus a little bit of marketing could be a big win for Freedcamp.
Seriously, someone in Freedcamp business development needs to look into this and run the numbers. I am sure there is a compelling business case here.