M-J T 5 Posted August 31, 2016 Share Posted August 31, 2016 I would like to do simple things like: See who has contributed to a note/notebook. See who has made the last modifications on a note/notebook. Get regular updates when collaborators make changes on a shared note/notebook. Get notified when someone joins a shared note/notebook. Be able to revert changes of another collaborator. Get notified if someone creates or deletes a note. It don't see the point of the sharing functionality if I have no clue what others are doing. When I share an idea here, it is an obvious option to get notified when there are replies. Why isn't it implemented in Evernote? It seems that there was some function like this in the past, with the Activity Stream? Is it still hidden somewhere?https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2012/06/14/evernote-for-windows-know-whats-happening-in-shared-notebooks-with-activity-stream/ Some people also suggest Zapier and IFTTT. But I have seen the option only to get notified when a new note is created. Another tool is the history. But I understand it only takes random snapshots, completely unrelated to who has made some changes. Link to comment
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