Export all your Apple iCloud Notes to Google Keep
Notes to Keep
pip install notes_to_keep
Usage: notes_to_keep <email> <password> [options] notes_to_keep --help notes_to_keep --version Arguments: <email> Your Google account <password> The password of your Google account Options: --num=<num> The number of notes to be exported to Google Keep (default: all notes will be exported) --prefix=<pfx> Append a prefix before the title of all notes. A pair of  will be put around it automatically. (Default: empty) --meta-header Add a header message to the beginning of each note to include the original creation time of the note and the import time. --no-label Do not create a label for all imported notes. By default, we will create a new label for all imported notes. --folders Create labels that correspond to the folders in your Notes db.
Copyright 2018 Adam Yi email@example.com
This is still Alpha-quality, and is likely to have bugs. Use at your own risks. Below are some currently known issues waiting to be fixed:
- It doesn't upload any photos, attachments, etc. to Google Keep. It uploads text, and only text.
- It doesn't shorten the title, so in some extreme cases Google back-end might throw a 500 (also 500 for some other situations like certain special characters that Google doesn't support). But for most of your notes (almost all), it's gonna be just fine (2 in my 2000+ notes went wrong).
All submissions, including submissions by project members, require review. We use Github pull requests for this purpose.
This is not an official Google product. It is neither endorsed nor supported by either Google LLC or Apple Inc.
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