The difference between business notebooks and personal notebooks
With Evernote Business, business notebooks are specifically designed for creating and sharing work-related content. Here's a quick comparison to help you decide whether content belongs in a personal notebook or a business notebook.
Note: If your Evernote Business account was created on or after September 15, 2017, you will not see personal notebooks when signed in to your business account. If you have personal content that you’d like to keep in personal notebooks, you need to create a second, personal Evernote account.
|Personal notebooks||Business notebooks|
|Type of content||Personal notebooks may include content such as:
||Business notebooks may include content such as:
|Access||Your content is private and accessible only to you, unless you share it with others.||Your content is accessible only to you, unless you share it with others directly or in a space. However, account admins can change notebook permissions and grant access to others using the admin console, and content remains with the business when you leave.|
|Sharing ability||Can be shared with any individual.||Can be shared with any individual or put in a space for anyone in that space to access.|
(Evernote Business accounts created before September 15, 2017)
|Displays your account login email address (typically your personal email address) when shared. This email address can be changed.||Displays your business email address when shared if you've added one that is different than your account login email address.|
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