Kirby Krieger 72 Posted April 7, 2014 Share Posted April 7, 2014 I think I've been able to state my understanding of Sharing simply. Can any confirm or correct this? What are the restrictions based on Evernote status that the sharee faces (see question below)? Thanks. I limit "Share" to meaning allowing others access to your on-line Evernote Notesack.As with all data, anyone can copy their own and send it to others. Here I'm dealing with only giving others access to part of one's Evernote database.You can share only Notes and Notebooks.If a Note is shared, it is public and cannot be edited.You cannot share a solo Note to a restricted group, and you cannot share a solo Note and have it others edit it.If a Notebook is shared, all Notes in it are shared.Notebooks can be shared publicly, or restricted to a group of specified individuals.Shared Notebooks that are restricted to a group can be either read-only, read-only and view activity log, editable, or editable and shareable (sharees can invite others).What are the restrictions on Sharees actions which depend on their own Evernote status (not a user, free user, Premium user), other than that you must have a Premium membership to invite others?Notes in shared Notebooks cannot be successfully edited by two people at once. If there are conflicting edits, both versions will be saved. The sharer must manual merge conflicts. Link to comment
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I think I've been able to state my understanding of Sharing simply. Can any confirm or correct this? What are the restrictions based on Evernote status that the sharee faces (see question below)? Thanks.
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