alilland 0 Posted July 24, 2015 Share Posted July 24, 2015 I have begun using evernote recently after a long frustrating year and a half stint with onenote for the corporation I work at. I was tasked with finding a note sharing software that didnt suck for 50+ managers and executives. So far I am very pleased with the performance evernote offers in the free version, it has proved successful in the small division of our company that i have been running the trial run through. However I have one complaint and im not sure if it can be solved without paying a lot of money. To solve my problem i would like to know if I purchase a premium or business subcscription will it allow me to share notebooks with free users and allow the free users to move notes between notebooks? for instance if i have a notebook that i want all weekly reports to be housed, and a new week comes around, i want all of the notes from the previous week archived in a notebook labeled "archive" and I want someone else other than the creator of the notebook to be able to move the notes. Currently in the free version i found out only the notebook owner can move notes between notebooks. will this be solved if i purchase an upgraded license? or is it only possible if everyone is operating on a premium or business subscription? Is it even possible to do with everyone on an upgraded subscription? if its going to cost a pretty penny then we will stick with onenote as a company for now, since we all operate on windows 7 and onenote gets the job done most of the time with what we need it to, we will spend our upgrades elsewhere. That is until some more eye catching features show up in Evernote.... which i will keep using personally thanks in advance! Link to comment
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