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When to use
Note links come in very handy when you cross reference or share the Notes.
There are two different types of links that you can grab for your Notes:
- Note Link—internal, used for cross referencing Notes in the same Evernote account
- Public Link—external, used when giving access to Notes to groups of people or people who might not have an Evernote account.
To grab your Note Link, either right-click the Note on the list in the middle pane or go to Note item on the main menu and select Copy Note Link from the drop down menu.
When you paste that link into another Note, you will notice that instead of a long link you get the title of the Note, which is also a shortcut to that Note.
To grab a Public Link do either of the following:
- Right-click the Note on the list in the middle pane > More Sharing > Copy Public Link
- From the main menu go Note > More Sharing > Copy Public Link
When someone clicks the Public Link, your Note gets opened in the web browser as a web page. So, anyone can see the contents of your Note, regardless of whether they have an Evernote account or not.
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