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I have a premium account. I am trying to move notes from one notebook to another but it appears Notebook "A" is locked. Not sure how I did that but now I cannot move the notes out of it to Notebook "B". I clicked on the "i" and it says I do not have permissions?? I'm also attempting to share this notebook with 7 other people. Only two of the names are visible, the other 5 are grayed out. How do I make all the sharing names visible? See screen shots below I'm using the web version of Evernote on a Mac with Chrome.
Hello, I am using Evernote in my company. I have a few shared notebooks and I want to be aware of any changes made or various additions to any shared notebook or note. A simple email mentioning that "user X has modified a note" (or a notebook) would be sufficient. Does anyone know how may I receive notifications for any shared notebook or note? Thanks in advance.
There is a lot of great information in this Forum. I apologize if this is a little redundant, but I'm starting a new topic to seek some advice. I am looking to use Evernote in my High School Biology class. I teach in a 1:1 iPad district - every student has one. I have done this in the past - with great success, but tried something different this year with shared Google Folders (because my team used Google). But... I want to go back to using Evernote... We use another platform in our district (called Schoology) to push out documents, assessments, etc., so I'm not looking for those capabilities. I simply want to have access to my students' digital science notebooks. I originally tried having students share their notebooks with me (before I knew about the limit of 100 shared NBs). Here is what I did last year, with students and myself using the Free version of Evernote: students created account and notebookrather than sharing it with me directly, they shared it using the "Public Sharing Link"they copied and pasted that link into a Google Form that organized the entire class into a spreadsheet for mePros of Evernote: constant, 24/7 access to their notebook (as long as the live link stays open)students can easily insert pictures, tables, graphs, pdf's, etc, all of which can be edited with Skitch - this is perfect for a digital Lab notebookLimitations: the obvious limitation with the Free Version is that it is not collaborative with me or other students (Like a Google Doc would be)I've also had a couple of students that would somehow delete content that we could NOT figure out how to recover So... after all that... any suggestions? One big question I have: If I upgrade to a premium account, can I have collaborative access to 100+ notebooks? It's not an option to think students can or would upgrade.
Good afternoon, I have shared notebooks with colleagues who are using Evernote using the Windows version, but they are not able to see the contents, only the title. They click on 'sync' and on the title of the notebook, but no notes appear. Previously, we were sharing notebooks without using the Work Chat feature, but now that we are sending links this way, it's no longer working. Do I need to change a setting on my account to enable Work Chat sharing of notebooks? Better yet, is there a workaround so that I can share notebooks as we were before (i.e. without the Work Chat)? Thanks very much, - Emily