If you’re not completely sold on adopting Evernote into your business’ toolbox, the company’s newest integration might be the nudge you needed.
UberConference, a free audio conferencing service with a visual interface, announced today that it has integrated Evernote into its service, allowing for more ways to share documents during calls.
The company — which previously offered optional call summaries to Evernote — is the first to integrate with Evernote Business, a premium version of the note-sharing app that launched last month. Specifically geared toward businesses, Evernote Business helps teams share meeting notes, research, and more through Business Notebooks.
Now, in the calling window, there is a new button on the bottom right available to all call participants. Clicking on it will allow the sharer to login with Evernote and see all of the notebooks and files available for sharing — this file list is only visible to that person, not everyone on the call. Selected files will become available as thumbnails below the main call screen.
“By adding seamless note sharing, UberConference has made it dead simple to quickly exchange ideas and information during a collaborative call,” said Seth Hitchings, Evernote’s VP of Platform Strategy. “Combined with the integrated Evernote Related Notes feature, UberConference is a great solution for Evernote Business users looking for the smartest way to work.”
To take advantage of this, you’ll have to adopt both Evernote and UberConference into your business. If you work remotely or spend a lot of time on calls with different teams, it’s worth looking into.