Share Notes

 

Evernote lets you quickly and easily share any of your notes with other people, if you choose. Here are a few ways to share your notes:

  1. Send a single note via email
  2. Share link (URL)

To learn more about sharing notebooks, see knowledge base article


 

Send a single note via email

Sending a note via email lets the recipient view the contents without having to log into Evernote.

You can share:

To share a single note via email, do the following:

  1. Open any note
  2. Select the Share button. It looks a little different on each device and appears (with an arrow or multiple lines connecting a number of dots, much like icons representing networks).
  3. Select Email Note...Send by Mail, Email, or Email

Tip: A note sent via email will include any attachments, so notes with many large files and attachments may take a long time to send and download.

Share a link (URL)

A quick way to share a note is via a link, or URL. Anyone who has access to this link can view the contents of your note with one click. If the recipient is an Evernote user, he or she can also save a copy of that note to his or her Evernote account. The most recent version of your note will always be shown, along with any attachments.

When to share a link to a note:

To share a note as a URL or link, do the following:

  1. Open any note
  2. Select the Share button. It looks a little different on each device and appears (with an arrow or multiple lines connecting a number of dots, much like icons representing networks).
  3. Select Copy Link or Copy Share URL
  4. Paste the link into your email application, chat window, or social network

Remember that anyone who has the link for a note can open and see the note contents, and your note URL could be shared beyond your initial recipient. If you prefer to restrict access to the note, we recommend sharing via Shared Notebooks.

Tip:You can stop sharing a note at any time. Simply go to the Share menu and select Stop sharing.

 

 

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