Yep, it’s a pain sometimes, but worth it when finished.
I convert to svg using Inkscape. I remove all the bevel markings, and just remember where to bevel during builds. Most of their crease, or partial cuts are dashed lines, so I delete them and make them solid lines. I also remove all the text from the plans, except I leave the “A”, “B” or “C” diagrams that explain what kind of fold to use on some plans. I always combine all the outside cutouts of each piece before importing. After I import to Easel, I only make 1 mm depth cuts where the creases, and score lines are. I use a semi-dull knife to finish score cuts later. All full depth outside cuts are done in one pass, and I advise the use of tabs. Sometimes a design needs to have the smaller shallow cuts made first, and then the perimeter cuts last. Be sure to add a 2 mm full depth hole in the center of the CG marks, so you can see them after the build.
I’m sure there are other ways to do this, but this is the way I know, and it works for me, for the most part.