Evernote launched a premium version of its flagship app in seven countries on Tuesday. The new app, called Evernote Business, is specifically geared towards enterprise use and will cost $10 a month per user.
Evernote Business applies the note-taking model to companies by letting teams quickly share meeting notes, research, tasks and more through Business Notebooks.
There is also the option to share these notebooks to a larger library that serves as a directory of important documents for the larger company.
“For years, our users have asked us to make a version of Evernote that plays nice at their workplace,” the company said in a blog post. “The funny thing is that we were looking for the same thing for ourselves at Evernote.”
The app, which was released in beta in late August, displays related notes from coworkers as users type out their own notes in the app and lets users search through the Business Notebooks that they’ve joined.