Windows users who take advantage of the Evernote app will be happy to learn that the program has once again been upgraded.
This time the company is focusing their efforts on social media options for the note taking program after following up their recently heralded web app redesign.
Among social sharing options are the ability for Windows users to share notes (a first for the company). Users can choose to share individual notes through Facebook, Twitter and email at this time, while entire notebooks can also be shared for more open access to documents among workgroups.
While notes can be shared, users must pay for a premium membership if they would like users to edit the documents they share.
Another big benefit is that the notes and linked notebooks are stored locally offline, which means users can access the notes they are sharing even if they don’t have internet access.