June 5, 2023

Reliable imports from Notion, Evernote, and Markdown

Reliable imports from Notion, Evernote, and Markdown

Continuing our work on improving the fundamental product experience of Mem, we're very happy to announce that we have made some overhauls to imports into Mem to significantly improve reliability.

We heard your feedback that you need a more dependable import experience, and we're excited to announce that starting today, you will be able to reliably import files from Evernote, Notion, and Markdown. So now the novel you drafted in Notion, your project plans in Evernote, and any file you've converted to markdown format can be quickly added to and intelligently leveraged by your Mem account.

We know that the more you put into Mem, the more you're going to get out of it. Going forward, we will continue prioritizing reworks and new features that make the process of getting your most important data into Mem as seamless and straightforward as possible -- allowing you to reap the benefits of an intelligent workspace that can not only organize, but understand your information, no matter where it originally came from, or what format that information is in.

With the goal of making knowledge transfer into Mem as simple as possible, you'll now find Imports directly in the left sidebar, rather than as a tile in Flows.

You'll also notice some changes to the Imports interface. With this update, you will be able to:

  • Drag and drop files (single, multiple, and .zip) to import
  • See a loading bar indicating the % completion of an import
  • Revert imports
  • See a list of all previous imports
  • View all of the mems associated with a specific import

For more information on which Notion block types will be supported by Imports with this new update, please see this support page.

We've been working hard to improve the experience of Imports for you, but we're not done yet - much more is soon to come! Let us know how you're finding the new Imports experience through our Slack community (join us here) or via Twitter (@memdotai).

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