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Podio Brings Team Collaboration to Your Evernote Content26.04.12 Posted in Product News by Michael Dean
Evernote, the app that helps you and about 20 million other people all over the world remember stuff (all kinds of stuff!) is the latest sparkling addition to Podio’s integration family (following Google Docs, Dropbox and Box).
The power of Evernote is that it enables you to capture any type of information, store and access it from any device and then easily search and find it again, no matter what type of content it is – audio, image, text or web clip.
Now you can put your best notes to work in Podio! When you connect your Evernote account to Podio, you’ll be able to make your rich Evernote content sharable, actionable and collaborative in your Podio workspaces, apps, status updates, messages, tasks and anywhere else you can share content across the Podio platform. It’s all about Podio supporting your favorite apps and helping you get work done your way, both on your own and with your team.
Take Podio user Kathrine Johansen, for example. Kathrine is a project manager at CBS Goes Green, a Copenhagen Business School initiative to cut its own carbon emissions by 40%. CBS Goes Green uses Podio to manage all facets of the program and recruit more students to get on board. Using a purpose-built Podio webform, CBS students can apply to join the cause, while the team can review new recruits in a Podio workspace set up to manage the process. CBS Goes Green also uses customized apps to share new ideas for upcoming initiatives, and to manage the projects resulting from those ideas. As Kathrine explains in the video above, Evernote is the app she uses to capture and aggregate personal inspiration and fresh campaign ideas to drive the program’s expansion. Using the Evernote-Podio integration, she can now easily share her best ideas and invite her team members to collaborate on them.
Getting started with Evernote for Podio works the same way as uploading any file to Podio. You can simply click the paperclip or ‘Add files’ icon anywhere you see it, select ‘Evernote’, connect your Podio account to an Evernote account, then pick any note you want to share with your team. This integration will quickly add structure and collaborative workflow to your team-worthy Evernote files. We hope you love it and welcome your feedback, as always, in the comments below.
Not yet using Podio together with Evernote? You can sign up for your Podio account here – it’s free!