Everything posted by jwparkin
I am a very happy and regular user of Evernote, but there's one thing that I see which I feel needs addressing around how different sources allow me to save items into Evernote. In some cases I am presented with a list of just the Notebooks, other times I see the Stack names and then Notebooks with each stack. Evernote Windows10 app - Chrome / Evernote's own Web clipper - shows stacks, notebooks within stacks. Lists other user's Notebooks that I have write-access to Chrome / Feedly.com - presents a list of Stacks and Notebooks with a slash between. Also, does NOT list other user's Notebooks that I have write-access to iOS Feedly app - ditto Stack A /Notebook1 Stack A /Notebook2 Stack A /Notebook5 Stack A /Notebook6 Stack B /Notebook3 Stack B /Notebook4 iOS Safari - presents a list of Notebooks, _ignoring_ the Stack name and thus puts the Notebooks in a completely different order iOS Chrome - ditto Notebook1 Notebook2 Notebook3 Notebook4 Notebook5 Notebook6
OK, that's useful, thanks. On the technical question "one of my assistants has told me that she cannot move a Note from one Notebook to another (where BOTH Notebooks are shared by me with that person), so I assume as it's my individual account, only I have that access??" Is there any other functional differences I need to be aware of?
I work on my own and have two virtual assistants who help me. Both are thousands of miles away from me! I currently use an individual Evernote Premium account and everything seems OK. I am planning on expanding my team and I'm just wondering what extra functionality I would get if I upgraded to a Business Account? For example, one of my assistants has told me that she cannot move a Note from one Notebook to another (where BOTH Notebooks are shared by me with that person), so I assume as it's my individual account, only I have that access?? So, I'm interested in finding a list of features/functionality that are different between.... the owner of a Note and the people I share it with? an individual account and a business account? (apart from the obvious user management stuff) Many thanks in advance Jeremy