For numerous reasons, I've decided to ditch Evernote, and find Google Docs to be the best replacement.
Now I want to migrate all my (thousands of) notes. Exporting HTML from Evernote and then importing to Google Docs works great. All formatting is preserved, and it's easy to do many at once.
I can even tweak the HTML before uploading to Drive (like changing fonts, colors, etc.)
The only issue I have is with images. Evernote exports all images as
img links to separate folders with the name
NoteName.resources which Google Docs does not include in the converted file.
Is there any tool/method/plugin/script that will convert HTML to Google Doc and also handle images?
Evernote can also export XML files with the
.enex extension which contain both the HTML and all the images embedded (and base64 encoded) ... but I don't know if there's a way to convert those to Google Docs.
Or maybe there's a way to convert all the
img tags in the HTML files to embedded base64?
NOTE: I know there are many online services which claim to be able to do this in the cloud (IFTTT, Zapier, MultCloud, CloudHQ, etc.) but a lot of this data is sensitive and I do not trust any of them.