How to allow automatic approvals to join Evernote Business

How to allow automatic approvals to join Evernote Business

How to allow automatic approvals to join Evernote Business

Evernote Business accounts created before September 15, 2017 can specify an email domain – @yourcompany.com, for example – in the admin console to automatically approve team members using that recognized email domain to join the business.

Set up auto-approval on an Evernote Business account

Evernote Business account admins can set up auto-approval for their account in the admin console.

  1. Sign in to the admin console in Evernote Web
  2. Click Add Users from the navigation menu
  3. Type your company’s email domain in the box, then click Add

Going forward, any requests to join the business from users with a company email address will be automatically approved. There’s no need for account admins to approve requests individually.

Join an Evernote Business account with auto-approval

To request to join an Evernote Business account:

  1. Go to the Evernote website
  2. Click Log in
  3. Type your work email address in the email address field
  4. Click Get an email invitation

Evernote will detect the Evernote Business account which is set up with your email domain, then send you an email with an invitation to set up your business account.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why I don’t see the option to set up auto-approval on my Evernote Business account?

Evernote Business accounts created on or after September 15, 2017 do not support domain auto-approval for join requests. Account admins can check when the business account was created in the admin console.

Does an email address have to be on the same domain as the auto-approval to join a business?

To be automatically approved when joining a business: yes. However, an account admin can allow anyone with any email address to join the business by sending a standard email invitation from the admin console.

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