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Looks like it is for Accounts and contacts only.

You will have to contact salesforce to enable it

https://resources.docs.salesforce.com/200/latest/en-us/sfdc/pdf/salesforce_spring16_release_notes.pdf

pg 292

Customer Community Licenses Can Access Notes and Attachments on Accounts and Contacts Users with a Customer Community license can now access Notes and Attachments on accounts and contacts using the note-taking tool.

Previously, this access was blocked. Don’t worry about your users with a Customer Community license seeing data they’re not supposed to—you can specify whether Notes and Attachments are public or private.

Note: To turn on this access, contact Salesforce.

Orgs created after the Spring '16 release get this access by default.

When access is enabled, users can access Notes and Attachments in communities and in the API, but not in the UI for portals. Access to the new Notes feature isn’t included. SEE ALSO: Salesforce Help: What’s the Difference Between Notes and the Old Note-Taking Tool?

Notes is not available for Partner and Customer Portal Licenses

https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter16/release-notes/notes_admin_setup.htm

Looks like it is for Accounts and contacts only.

You will have to contact salesforce to enable it

https://resources.docs.salesforce.com/200/latest/en-us/sfdc/pdf/salesforce_spring16_release_notes.pdf

pg 292

Customer Community Licenses Can Access Notes and Attachments on Accounts and Contacts Users with a Customer Community license can now access Notes and Attachments on accounts and contacts using the note-taking tool.

Previously, this access was blocked. Don’t worry about your users with a Customer Community license seeing data they’re not supposed to—you can specify whether Notes and Attachments are public or private.

Note: To turn on this access, contact Salesforce.

Orgs created after the Spring '16 release get this access by default.

When access is enabled, users can access Notes and Attachments in communities and in the API, but not in the UI for portals. Access to the new Notes feature isn’t included. SEE ALSO: Salesforce Help: What’s the Difference Between Notes and the Old Note-Taking Tool?

Looks like it is for Accounts and contacts only.

You will have to contact salesforce to enable it

https://resources.docs.salesforce.com/200/latest/en-us/sfdc/pdf/salesforce_spring16_release_notes.pdf

pg 292

Customer Community Licenses Can Access Notes and Attachments on Accounts and Contacts Users with a Customer Community license can now access Notes and Attachments on accounts and contacts using the note-taking tool.

Previously, this access was blocked. Don’t worry about your users with a Customer Community license seeing data they’re not supposed to—you can specify whether Notes and Attachments are public or private.

Note: To turn on this access, contact Salesforce.

Orgs created after the Spring '16 release get this access by default.

When access is enabled, users can access Notes and Attachments in communities and in the API, but not in the UI for portals. Access to the new Notes feature isn’t included. SEE ALSO: Salesforce Help: What’s the Difference Between Notes and the Old Note-Taking Tool?

Notes is not available for Partner and Customer Portal Licenses

https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter16/release-notes/notes_admin_setup.htm

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source | link

Looks like it is for Accounts and contacts only.

You will have to contact salesforce to enable it

https://resources.docs.salesforce.com/200/latest/en-us/sfdc/pdf/salesforce_spring16_release_notes.pdf

pg 292

Customer Community Licenses Can Access Notes and Attachments on Accounts and Contacts Users with a Customer Community license can now access Notes and Attachments on accounts and contacts using the note-taking tool.

Previously, this access was blocked. Don’t worry about your users with a Customer Community license seeing data they’re not supposed to—you can specify whether Notes and Attachments are public or private.

Note: To turn on this access, contact Salesforce.

Orgs created after the Spring '16 release get this access by default.

When access is enabled, users can access Notes and Attachments in communities and in the API, but not in the UI for portals. Access to the new Notes feature isn’t included. SEE ALSO: Salesforce Help: What’s the Difference Between Notes and the Old Note-Taking Tool?