The Simplest Way To Import Delicious Bookmarks Into Evernote
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A few days ago, I decided to drop the Delicious bookmarking system for the far superior Evernote save-anything(My own definition) system. Delicious has served my needs for a long time but I've gotten tired of it lately.
I've been using Evernote for over a year now and have not looked back. I'm very impressed that I can access it on any device, anytime and anywhere. The only thing that was holding me back from going to Evernote completely was my old Delicious bookmarks. I wanted to import them into Evernote. It took me a few hours of online research to realize that there were many complicated ways but I just wanted a simple way. Evernote used to have a way to import delicious bookmarks but it seems to be no more.(What is up with that?)
However, I accidentally found an very simple way to import all your Delicious bookmarks into one Evernote note.
Note: This process does not import tags but the tags are available in the source of the exported file.
Note: All delicious bookmarks are imported into one evernote note.
Here are the steps:
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- 1. Go to delicious.com and export all bookmarks - Settings -> Export / Backup Bookmarks
- 2. Save the Delicious exported file - ex. delicious-20100206.htm
- 3. Open the downloaded Delicious htm file in your browser and press the Evernote webclipper button
Firefox (Evernote extension download)
Google Chrome (Evernote extension download)
Safari Mac (Evernote clipper installs with Evernote for Mac)
Internet Explorer 8 (Evernote clipper installs with Evernote for Windows)
- 4. All your Delicious bookmarks will then be imported into your default Evernote notebook!