Export your Wiznote data into Joplin

I have used Wiznote for ten years, and there are 3000+ articles in my Wiznote account.

When I want to move to Joplin, I wrote a tool to help me convert a Wiznote document to a Joplin note.

The wiz2joplin command can convert all of the locations, tags, documents, images, attachments in your Wiznote account to your Joplin database.

Enjoy it.


If your WizNote user id is youremail@yourdomain.com, the token in Joplin Web Clipper is aa630825022a340ecbe5d3e2f25e5f6a, and Joplin run on the same computer, you can use wiz2joplin like follows.

Convert all of documents from wizNote to Joplin:

w2j -o ~/w2j -w ~/.wiznote -u youremail@yourdomain.com -t aa630825022a340ecbe5d3e2f25e5f6a -a

Convert location /My Notes/reading/ and all of the children documents from WizNote to Joplin:

w2j -o ~/w2j -w ~/.wiznote -u youremail@yourdomain.com -t aa630825022a340ecbe5d3e2f25e5f6a -l '/My Note/reading/' -r

Use w2j --help to show usage for w2j:

usage: w2j [-h] --output OUTPUT --wiz-dir WIZNOTE_DIR --wiz-user
           WIZNOTE_USER_ID --joplin-token JOPLIN_TOKEN
           [--joplin-host JOPLIN_HOST] [--joplin-port JOPLIN_PORT]
           [--location LOCATION] [--location-children] [--all]

Migrate from WizNote to Joplin.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --output OUTPUT, -o OUTPUT
                        The output dir for unziped WizNote file and log file.
                        e.g. ~/wiz2joplin_output or
                        Set the data dir of WizNote. e.g ~/.wiznote or
                        C:\Program Files\WizNote
                        Set your user id(login email) of WizNote.
  --joplin-token JOPLIN_TOKEN, -t JOPLIN_TOKEN
                        Set the authorization token to access Joplin Web
                        Clipper Service.
  --joplin-host JOPLIN_HOST, -n JOPLIN_HOST
                        Set the host of your Joplin Web Clipper Service,
                        default is
  --joplin-port JOPLIN_PORT, -p JOPLIN_PORT
                        Set the port of your Joplin Web Clipper Service,
                        default is 41184
  --location LOCATION, -l LOCATION
                        Convert the location of WizNote, e.g. /My Notes/. If
                        you use the --all parameter, then skip --location
  --location-children, -r
                        Use with --location parameter, convert all children
                        location of --location.
  --all, -a             Convert all documents of your WizNote.