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Advancing sharing abilities: allow editable shareable links among (non-Evernote users)


M7mdOdah

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Now, I can share links to notes to ANYONE to VIEW it.

But in editing, they must be Evernote users so I can share it with them. They need to open the Evernote platform using a regestered account to do so.

I just recommend adding the ability to share editable links to anyone who doesn't have an account, in which a specific platform for non-users can work on. 

In this way, promoting Evernote would be easier. Marketing plus valuable idea to existing users.

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This is so much needed. I have to copy my notes to G docs many times bc this is not available on Evernote. This would be a big exposure to EV if implemented. I actually consider leaving it partly just bc of this. 

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1 hour ago, balint said:

This is so much needed. I have to copy my notes to G docs many times bc this is not available on Evernote. This would be a big exposure to EV if implemented. I actually consider leaving it partly just bc of this. 

Are we allowed to edit GDocs without a Google account?

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yeah, you can set the link to be 
view only

comment only 

edit 

 

all without emails or logins.

 

additionally you can have separately the same access types for emails only . 

so can be view (public) and edit (emails only) at the same time.

 

I use it all the time, and would love to have this in EV.

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9 minutes ago, M7mdOdah said:

I just recommend adding the ability to share editable links to anyone who doesn't have an account, in which a specific platform for non-users can work on. 

I'm not clear on how to control edit access if there's no login to an account

The web platform is available; no client software required

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1 hour ago, DTLow said:

I'm not clear on how to control edit access if there's no login to an account

The web platform is available; no client software required

No need for an account. A non-Evernote user could see the link: click on it, then directly transferred to a web page that gives him the ability to change an add. There could be regular reminders of how good it is to participate in Evernote.. Ect..

There could be a specific page on Evernote to control SHARING, any note or notebook which is no longer needed for sharing can be cancelled. 

 

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