Notion Import Markdown

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What import sources does Boost Note support?

Boost Note supports the following import sources.

  • Markdown, HTML and Text files

  • Notion

  • Google Docs

  • Evernote

  • Quip

  • Confluence

  • Dropbox Paper

Read on for more information on how to import from these sources.

How to Import

You can import document from the bottom of the side bar.

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You'll see several options. Here are the import types supported:

Import

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.md, .txt and .html to Boost Note

  1. Open importing content modal in the side navigation

  2. Upload files to Boost Note

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Confluence to Boost Note

You can export your content from Confluence into Boost Note one doc or all at once, here's how:

Exporting individual Confluence docs into Boost Note

  1. In Confluence, select the doc you want to export and click '...' button in the top right

  2. Export file as Word

  3. Upload files in the Boost Note

Exporting Confluence docs in bulk into Boost Note

  1. In Confluence, go to Space Settings for the space you're looking to export and select the Content tools section

  2. Click the Export tab, select HTML and Export

  3. Export file as HTML

  4. Upload files in the Boost Note

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Notion to Boost Note

You can export your content from Notion into Boost Note one doc or all at once, here's how:

Exporting individual Notion doc into Boost Note

  1. In Notion, select the doc you wish to export and click 'Export'

  2. Export file as Markdown or HTML

  3. Upload files in the Boost Note

Exporting Notion docs in bulk into Boost Note

  1. Go to Settings & Members in the left-hand menu and open Settings

  2. Scroll down to Export, and click Export all workspace content

  3. Export file as Markdown or HTML

  4. Upload files in the Boost Note

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Dropbox Paper to Boost Note

Import Markdown To Word

In Boost Note, Dropbox Paper doesn't support mass export so you'll have to import files one by one. Here's how:

  1. In Dropbox Paper, select the doc you wish to export and click 'Export'

  2. Export file as .md

  3. Upload files in the Boost Note

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Google Docs to Boost Note

In Boost Note, Google Docs doesn't support mass export so you'll have to import files one by one. Here's how:

  1. In Google Docs, select the doc you wish to export

  2. Download file as .txt from File->Download

  3. Upload files in the Boost Note

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Google Docs Import Markdown

Evernote to Boost Note

Notion Import Markdown Software

You can export your content from Evernote into Boost Note one doc or all at once, here's how:

Notion Import Markdown Python

Exporting individual Evernote doc into Boost Note

  1. In Evernote, select the doc you wish to export and click 'Export Notes...'

  2. Export file as HTML

  3. Upload files in the Boost Note

Exporting Evernote docs in bulk into Boost Note

Markdown Import File

  1. Click on 'Notebooks' to enter the notebook view

  2. Select File > Export all Notes...

  3. Export as html

  4. Upload files in the Boost Note

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Notion import markdown software

Markdown Example

Quip to Boost Note

In Boost Note, Quip doesn't support mass export so you'll have to import files one by one. Here's how:

  1. In Quip, select the document icon at the top left of the screen and click 'Export'

  2. Export file as markdown or html

  3. Upload files in the Boost Note