Sync Evernote with MS OneNote

So I personally like and prefer Evernote and have TONS of documentation, etc from over the many years of my IT career. It was used at my other jobs (unofficially, but allowed). Now at my current job we are encouraged to use OneNote and that's what the majority of people use.

So, I'm wondering is there a way to somehow sync the two together so I can keep both "sets of notes" current in both programs, and not digging between the two? If still like to use Evernote at home, etc but sync with OneNote at work (if or when I choose to sync them) and vice versa.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
edit:ed I don't now of any way to do this other than item by item manually offers this service.
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented: another app cloud hq overs this as well as other cloud syncing options.. free trial / $60/year

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