So today, I kicked off a new video series on the application, Fight Club 5 from Lion’s Den. Fight Club 5 is a character management application for 5th…
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During the time I was comparing Evernote and OneNote, I created notebooks for the 5th edition SRD content. I created separate notebooks for the classes, races, magic items, monsters, rules, and spells and then exported them .enex files. These XML files are the standard import/export format for Evernote notebooks and you can import these into your own Evernote account.
There is no shortage of stories on the Internet comparing the two most popular note-taking systems of OneNote and Evernote. I have read a lot of those articles, and I suspect you have too. Even after I read pages and pages of reviews, comparisons, and head-to-head battles, I could not make up my mind. I knew I had to replace my collection of Office documents with something more organized, but which one?