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Harness the power of Evernote for Mac, a popular cloud note-taking and note-sharing tool. This course begins with a look at ways Evernote can help you note and track important items and then build and work with notes and collect notebooks for sharing. Author David Rivers also shows how to take and store photos, screenshots, and even video in notebooks. Plus, the powerful tagging and search features help keep your notes organized and accessible. The course also covers the notebook sharing and protection features, so your privacy is maintained at all times.
One of the nice features of Evernote for Mac is the ability to share content with other people. We're going to focus on sharing individual notes in this movie. And we're going to look at a variety of methods for sharing those notes. So, the first step is to select the note you want to share. I'm going to go with the Get Productive Things to Remember note. Next, we go up to the top right corner of our screen where you'll find the arrow representing the Share button. Give it a click and you'll see some different options. You can post this content to your Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn accounts.
You could email this note to someone or you could create a share URL by choosing Copy Share URL to the Clipboard. You'll be able to then paste that URL in an email message, for example, that people would be able to click. It'll launch their browser and display your note in their browser window. It'll do that forever until you stop sharing. And notice down below, you'll have options when you do this, to stop sharing, or open the URL in your own browser. Let's start with emailing a note, very popular option. This opens up a little mail window.
You can use the address book to find people. I'm going to just type in email@example.com. There's the title, the same as the title of my note. I could CC myself on this if I wanted to. And down below, I could add some additional comments if I wanted to. This is from my Evernote notebook. When we click send, off the message goes to the email addresses you added to that field. You can click OK to close that up. All right, I'm going to switch over to my email to see there is a message from driversmac8, Get Productive Things to Remember.
Give it a click, this is from my Evernote notebook. Down below, I can see those items just as I saw them in my actual note in Evernote. All right, we'll switch back now. Next, we'll take a look at another option. Click the drop-down, and if you have a Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn account, you can choose one of those. I'm going to go with LinkedIn. This takes me to my web browser and opens up a page. If you're already logged into this account, which I am, you're not prompted for your user name and password. That's why I go directly to this.
There is the title of my note. It's going to be posted automatically to my updates, right on my main page. I could add additional comments here, I could include a tweet if I have a Twitter account, visible to, it can be anyone, only my connections. I'm going to choose anyone, and there are also check boxes for posting it to specific groups or individuals. I think I'll click Share. Now, it's been shared. And if I wanted to, I can view the link or simply close this window and go to my LinkedIn account to see the content in my updates.
I'm going to click View Link, though. It opens up a new tab here where I can see what that looks like if someone was to use the link. Very cool. Close that up, and we'll switch back to Evernote. So, when we go back to this there are a few other options, including hosting to those other accounts, as well as creating that URL that you could send to people. But once you do that notice that there are two new options at the bottom. We can open that URL again in our browser by selecting this. Or we could simply stop sharing. That URL that you copied and shared with other people when you chose stop sharing, becomes a dead link.
They'll still have that message, that link, but when they go to click it, they won't go anywhere. So, it's only public for as long as you want it to be. So, as you can see, when it comes to individual notes here in Evernote, there are a number of different ways to share your content with others.
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