With Evernote for Microsoft Teams, users will now be able to easily access their notes from chat and share them with others. That includes the ability to share, pin, search, and edit your Evernote notes directly from within the Teams app.
The biggest gain here is the ability to share notes with your team without having to pop out to find a URL or copy and paste anything over. That cuts down on the time it takes to switch between apps, but it also gives other team members a persistent place to check out any decisions that were made around a specific item on the agenda.
It's a relatively simple integration, but one that should be welcome by any heavy Evernote users. If you're curious, you can add Evernote to your Teams experience now.
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