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DvirG

Feature Request - Co-Editing

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Now that co-editing expand beyond Google Docs into other competitive products, may we request that it be considered to be implemented by Evernote Business as well?

It will add great value and assist ongoing projects running on Evernote.

Thanks,

Dvir

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Is there any feedback on that request?

It seems that we're losing grounds on this reason.

 

Is it in Evernote's roadmap?

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What's your definition of "co-editing"? real-time?

 

Colaborative work is possible...

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I suspect he does mean real-time collaboration on a note.

 

@DvirG - Please understand that Evernote doesn't make their product roadmap public.

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Yes we all badly need this.  Many other products offer this and real time collaborative notes would be great.

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Any other suggestions for this? In particular, looking for a native Mac app or Safari-based alternative that we could switch to when needing to kick off a live co-editing session. OK for this to be a separate app if it could start the session by reading from an Evernote note, and then end the session by writing back to EN.

Any thoughts?

Ramon

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11 minutes ago, Felciano said:

Any other suggestions for this? In particular, looking for a native Mac app or Safari-based alternative that we could switch to when needing to kick off a live co-editing session. OK for this to be a separate app if it could start the session by reading from an Evernote note, and then end the session by writing back to EN.

Evernote has a collaboration feature using shared notebooks https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208314748-Share-notebooks

              Share a notebook and allow others to view and collaborate on work.

For a live co-editing session, I would use Google Docs.  It seems the most robust

>>start the session by reading from an Evernote note, and then end the session by writing back to EN.

I wouldn't even store the document in Evernote; use a link insread.

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