Today Evernote announced that it’s officially rolling out an enterprise-focused premium version of its app. Originally introduced in August, Evernote Business aims to connect small and medium-sized companies with improved note-taking and sharing tools.
The popular productivity app is a favorite among professionals as it makes it easy to keep everything organized in the cloud, including notes, lists, photos, audio recordings, and so on.
With Evernote Business — which is essentially the same as the current product, just more optimized for businesses — every account can be connected to a personal account, which is then automatically upgraded to Evernote Premium. This was done to ensure a hassle-free onboarding process.
The business-focused tool offers Business Notebooks for separating personal and work documents, a Business Library for collecting notebooks shared with you, flexible sharing permissions, related notes discovery, a centralized Admin console, and more storage.
Evernote business costs $10 per user per month, and is available in seven countries: the U.S., UK, Canada, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Japan. Similar to the existing product, it will also run across Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android platforms.
This could be a powerful collaboration tool for your team, depending on size and budget. For $10 a month, Evernote Business seems like a pretty good deal. However, if you have a fairly large team requiring a lot more space, you might want to look into Dropbox for Teams.
Jennifer Beese: Jennifer Beese has worked as a community manager and social media strategist. When she’s not writing, you can find her studying anatomy and physiology—she literally has a skeleton in her closet—or under the stars with her telescope.