Migrate from other note-taking apps or files

Updated over a week ago

You can now quickly migrate from your previous note-taking apps. Import in batches from...

  • Markdown (.md / .markdown files)

  • Google Keep

  • Notion

  • Roam Research

  • Obsidian

Best of all, all imports don't eat into your card limit, they only count once you start editing them (i.e keeping).

Import into Supernotes

Tips for the Smoothest Import Experience

Since Supernotes is based around notecards not long-form files, we actually recommend manually moving over your knowledge and re-working it as note-cards. This gives you time to revisit previous knowledge, tag it and organise it in the best possible manner. However, we understand that sometimes you just want to import your information so it's there, here's some tips:

  • Import in batches – around 50 notes at a time

  • Ensure you're in Home – unless you want to add them to a specific location. If you are currently inside of another card, any cards that you import will automatically be made children of that card. This can be useful if you want to build your hierarchy at import time, but if you do not, ensure you are in Home so that cards are not added to a parent you don't intend.

  • Tables / images / attachments are unsupported – although it may work, we do not officially support the import of tables, images and attachments

  • Exceedingly long files are unsupported – since Supernotes is based around short-form notecards, huge documents don't belong here and will not be imported/

Want another import format? Let us know using the in-app messenger in the bottom right!

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