Is my personal content accessible by other Evernote Business users?
When you create notes and add content into business notebooks, that content is accessible by Evernote Business account admins, regardless of whether you’ve shared it with others. In addition, if you put personal content into business notebooks, that information may become accessible to others in the business. However, any content kept in personal notebooks or in a separate, personal account is not accessible by others unless you take explicit action to share it.
For Evernote Business accounts created before September 11, 2017, your personal email address may be visible if:
- You share a personal notebook or note
- You have not yet added a business email address in your account settings, and you share or edit notes inside business notebooks
- You have not yet added a business email address in your account settings, and your account admin uses the admin console to review a list of users in the business
Evernote Business account admins will be able to see if you have enabled two-step verification on your Evernote account and the date of your last password reset. They will not have access to see your password or details about additional verification methods. We have made this information accessible to account admins so they can review the security of business data that resides on users' devices.