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I'm able to share only one notebook as plus member to free member


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Hi,

after several days struggling with sharing a second notebook with my wife, I've finally discovered that I'm (plus account) able to share only ONE notebook with my wife (free account). I have received help from an expert and my issue has been directed foreward to Evernote support, but I haven't heard a single word from them. When I try to share the second notebook, it says "pending" in share options and her email is greyed out. No invitation sent out. I've tried from my android app, desktop app, and from the EN web server. When I delete sharing the one notebook that's working, I can share the other one. But not two notebooks! 

Anyone else experiencing the same thing? If it's only possible to share one notebook as a paid member to a free member, I will start looking at alternatives!

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  • 6 months later...

Yes I am seeing the same issue with my paid account! I shared one note with another free account (I'm trying to show them how cool Evernote is. :^( ), but when I try the second it just says pending. What gives???!

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  • 10 months later...

I've been able to share two notebooks with a free account holder. However, prior to that, before any notebooks were shared, I had tried to share a single notebook but the invitation was never received by the free account holder (remained in pending state). However, when I created a new notebook and shared it, the invite was received (I transferred the notes from the old notebook to the new notebook and they became visible). I then shared the second (new-ish) notebook with the free account holder. That invite was received too. I don't know whether there's a versioning issue in play here (eg. notebooks created before a certain date are not sharable with newer versions of Evernote).

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