Evernote today announced version 2.0 of its business product, appropriately called Evernote Business 2.0.
CEO Phil Libin introduced the product onstage at Evernote’s EC3 conference and said it will be released next week.
Evernote and MySMS have joined forces to give users the ability to store text message conversations to Evernote. The MySMS app lets users sync and send text messages with their tablet or browser. Using MySMS with an Evernote account will archive SMS messages to a dedicated Evernote notebook. Every SMS conversation is turned into a separate note and is updated whenever a new message is received.