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Alex Dufetel

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  1. @Justs Thanks, I'm glad you like LiveMinutes! Thanks for your post on LinkedIn! I'd love to learn more about how you think you'll be using LiveMinutes and how we can further improve the experience. We don't have a forum for discussions yet but we do answer all feedback and suggestions emails. You can reach out to us at hello@liveminutes.com for any general suggestions or email me directly alexis@liveminutes.com. @Justs @preapps We also have a blog and would be happy to publish guests posts with your experiences if you're interested.
  2. Hi all, We just released a new version of LiveMinutes (http://appcenter.evernote.com/app/liveminutes/web-apps) that allows you to collaborate on Evernote notes in realtime, like in Google Docs. As you know, when several people edit a shared note at the same time on Evernote, it creates conflicting versions. LiveMinutes solves this problem. Here is a video to show you how it works! http://youtu.be/FOxYa8NqRmc LiveMinutes allows users to collaborate on their notes in realtime, and everything is simultaneously synced back to Evernote, keeping your Evernote workflow intact. Edits made on Evernote are mirrored on LiveMinutes as well. We released this new version last week and we'd love to get your feedback! We really want to make this the best option for collaborating on your Evernote notes! You can give it a try at http://www.liveminut...s.com/evernote and let us know what you think! Alex
  3. Yes, unfortunately for that apart from remembering to sync the note before and after every edit I'm not sure there's much you can do
  4. That's true, you would need to be editing that note in the LiveMinutes workspace where you shared it. Once you share a note on LiveMinutes, the link of the workspace where it is shared is automatically added to a footer in that note, so you can easily open the workspace and start editing there (of course you can also edit the note by yourself in the workspace). It does force you to have LiveMinutes open, but we've tried to make it as painless as possible to switch between the two. Do you think this could work for you?
  5. Hi Diego, GrumpyMonkey, LiveMinutes (http://appcenter.eve...inutes/web-apps) solves just this problem. LiveMinutes lets you upload your Evernote notes and edit them together in realtime (you can see everyone's cursor) and your changes are automatically saved back to everyone's Evernote. Here's a video with more info : LiveMinutes also lets you chat and even conference in while editing your notes. You can also use LiveMinutes to share and pin comments to documents and visuals. LiveMinutes is free up to 5 workspaces (workspaces are like notebooks, they can contain as many notes as you want and have an unlimited amount of users), which is plenty, but you can also increase the limit by referring people. You can give it a try at http://www.liveminut...s.com/evernote Enjoy! Alex
  6. Hey, Don't know if this still relevant but this will happen if two people or more are working on the same note at the same time. To avoid this you should edit notes one after the other and always sync your note back to the cloud (the sync button on Mac client, on the web version it's automatic) just before making edits and just after making edits. If you both do that you should avoid getting conflicting notes. Another solution is to use LiveMinutes (http://appcenter.evernote.com/app/liveminutes/web-apps) which allows you to edit your Evernote notes together in realtime (like in Google Docs). Here's a video explaining how it works : LiveMinutes also lets you chat and even conference in while editing your notes. You can also use LiveMinutes to share and pin comments to documents and visuals. LiveMinutes is free up to 5 workspaces (workspaces are like notebooks, they can contain as many notes as you want and have an unlimited amount of users), which is plenty, but you can also increase the limit by referring people. You can give it a try at http://www.liveminut...s.com/evernote
  7. Hi, LiveMinutes (http://appcenter.evernote.com/app/liveminutes/web-apps) solves just this problem. On LiveMinutes you can upload your notes from Evernote and edit them together in realtime (you can see everyone's cursor) and your changes are automatically saved back to everyone's Evernote. Changes made on Evernote are saved back to LiveMinutes as well. Here's a video with more info : LiveMinutes also lets you chat and even conference in while editing your notes. You can also use LiveMinutes to share and pin comments to documents and visuals. LiveMinutes is free up to 5 workspaces (workspaces are like notebooks, they can contain as many notes as you want and have an unlimited amount of users), which is plenty, but you can also increase the limit by referring people. You can give it a try at http://www.liveminutes.com/evernote Alex
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