I shared how to Export your Kindle notes and highlights onto an Evernote card. Some of you use iBooks and may want to do something similar. Here are the two methods to get your notes and highlights from iBooks into Evernote.
Method 1: Exporting iBooks Notes to Evernote if you have a Mac.
Right now, the simplest way to pull from iBooks into Evernote is to use the Mac app called “Digested.” When you plug in your iBook device, it helps pull the data into Evernote. (See http://www.cultofmac.com/222010/digested-sucks-notes-and-highlights-from-ibooks-and-spits-them-out-in-evernote-or-pdf/)
Method 2: Export iBooks notes by mailing the notes to yourself or to Evernote from inside your iBook App
Step 1 – Inside iBooks, you can click on a book.
Step 2 – Click on the book you want to get the highlights from.
Step 3: Click the menu button next to Library at the top (See Figure A)
Step 4: Click on “Notes” (Figure B)
Step 5: Click on the arrow at the top right corner and click “Edit notes.” (Figure C)
Step 6: Click Select all (top left corner) (Figure D)
Step 7: Click Share (next to Select all/ Select None) and then Choose Mail (Figure E)
Step 8: Choose Mail and send the email to Evernote or to yourself. (Figure F)
Step 9: Go into Evernote and Sync and your card will appear (usually it goes to the Inbox unless you've set it up differently) (Figure G)
Quick Tip: How to Set up an Evernote Email Address
If you want to send your notes directly through email to Evernote, you'll need to set up an Evernote email address. Here's how.
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