Evernote 2.0 for Mac brings additional sharing capabilities and stacks

The recently released Evernote 2.0 for Mac brings several other features to the table to help improve organization and productivity. The app was updated for OS X and now gives you many added benefits – like the ability to sort notebooks into stacks and share your notebooks with other users.

One of the most celebrated updates is the capability to share notebooks – filled with photos, documents, and more – with other users. Whether it’s your friends, family, or co-workers, you can share your information without ever leaving Evernote.

The app offers a “Manage Sharing” feature that lets you decide whether you want to make the notebook completely public or only share it with certain individuals. And, the new user interface has a “Shared” tab where you can see all shared notebooks available to you.

Are you looking for more organization in your life? Evernote 2.0 can do just that, as it offers a stacking feature that lets you to group your notebooks into a specific category. Let’s say you’re into fitness – you can group all of your training plans, healthy recipes, and more into one notebook stack. Another impressive feature of 2.0 is easier file attachment. Simply click the paperclip icon and upload your file.

For more information about Evernote 2.0 or to download the app, visit the Evernote website.