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I have an Evernote Business subscription and make extensive use of shared spaces. I just added 1 additional user to our business account. He verified his registration and shows up as a regular user in Manage Users in the admin console. However when I try to invite this user to a space, I get the message "You cannot invite someone outside your business to a space". A red triangle appears next to the email address of the user in the Inite People dialog and when I hover over it, it says "This person is outside your organization". I have been unable to contact Evernote support as every time I click on "Need a little help?" or try to log in to help.evernote.com, I am immediately logged out. I have tried different browsers and computers, I'm sure it's not something like a stale cookie. I tried contacting you via Twitter with no response. I cannot for the life of me find a phone number or email address to reach you on, so as a last resort I am trying this community forum. I urgently need this issue resolved as I have a meeting later today and need to provide this person with access to documents we have stored in Evernote (and there are dozens of them, I cannot easily send public links to all of them) Please help! Chris
Hi, I want to be able to 'seal' a shared note in my business by changing the permissions to 'can only view'. I can do it for a whole notebook but not for an individual note in a shared notebook with default permissions set to 'can edit and view'. Is there any way around this? Thanks, Luis
Hi all, I've been trying to scour this forum and the web for info regarding how permissions work for the EWC on Safari. I know that in Chrome, it must have access to all web browsing, tabs, etc. because of the way Chrome permissions are designed (all or nothing). I'm wondering if Safari is different. It seems like I should be able to grant permission to Evernote to access pages I ask it to clip, without needing to share my entire browsing history at all times. So, the question is as to whether ( a ) the clipper has permission to access all my browsing at all times, ( b ) whether it actually does, and ( c ) I'd like to know this information for Firefox as well. I'm looking for a way to use Evernote such that it doesn't access data about everything I do on the Internet, which it doesn't need (it's enough that Google has all this info - esp. for those of us who use Chrome). I appreciate any clarification of this. Thank you! Sfam
When logging into my Chrome browser this morning, I received a notice that Evernote has been disabled and "requires more permissions." These permissions included giving Evernote (1) access your data on all websites, (2) access your tabs and browsing activity, and (3) manage my apps, extensions and themes. What are these "new permissions" about, or could someone point me in the right direction to see what these mean? Manage MY apps, extensions and themes, these seem somewhat intrusive, but if the reasons for these changes are in guidelines somewhere, I'd like to take a look. Thanks.