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Moleskine’s Evernote Notebook Shares Important Pages Minus The “Boring Meeting” Doodles

Moleskine’s Evernote Notebook Shares Important Pages Minus The “Boring Meeting” Doodles
Innovation

Now you control which parts of your notes get passed around the office.

Ross Brooks
  • 18 april 2014

The scratch of pen on paper tends to result in much more memorable notes from your business meetings, but what’s the best way to share them? Moleskine’s new Evernote Business Notebook lets you choose which of your notes you want to share with the team, and which you want to keep yourself, a feature which is sure to add some personal flair to your future communications.

As with other collaborations between the two, the notebook uses Evernote’s Document Camera to digitize your hand-written notes. This time you have two options: share the entire page with your friends and colleagues, or just the top section of the page, which keeps your personal to-do list at the bottom of the page safe from prying eyes.

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If you want to be reminded of a follow-up task, there is also a check box one each page, that when ticked, will place note at the top of your note list in the Reminders section of Evernote. There are even Smart Stickers with each notebook, which you can customize to trigger a certain action. For example, the airplane sticker could trigger an image to be placed in your Travel notebook so you know exactly where to find it when it’s needed.

The Evernote Business Notebook is available in the Evernote Market for $32.95.

Evernote Business Notebook

 

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