So now you have committed to one of the DEVONthink Office products and have decided on a database structure that works for you and your information. The next step is to start using the application in your day to day routines, building the database as the “go to” location for all your information. Before I committed
Dropbox has updated its iOS apps with host of new features that will improve your workflows on your iPhone or iPad. Share this reboot
Getting started Once you have made the commitment to using DEVONthink office as your “everything bucket,” the very first step is consider how best to organize your data. The fundamental starting point is that you can use multiple databases and use the application to simultaneously access any number at a time. Of course one of
DEVONthink Pro Office became a real contender when I reviewed their iOS companion app, DEVONthink To Go. This provides an iOS version of the application and at this time provides some of the essential tools for note taking, photo management and webpage archiving. I wrote the draft of this blog post in the iOS app
I have previously posted my frustrations about Evernote (see my previous post here) and I have been looking for a suitable alternative for some time. The reason I was a Premium subscriber was due to the significant numbers of notes, documents, images and sketches and web links that I manage. A lot of this information
In Apple’s latest update to their iOS, you now have the option to remove some of the built-in apps that Apple pre-install. Remove an Apple built-in app: Touch and hold the app lightly until it jiggles. If the app doesn’t jiggle, make sure that you’re not pressing too hard. Tap Remove on the app, then
If you download Apple’s own Apple Store app, that has recently been updated, you get an App Store voucher to redeem to download Inks by State of Play Games by an award winning developer. Have fun! Share this reboot
Check out noodlesoft’s 50% off birthday gift to everyone…but move quickly! The developer’s note reads… Ten years ago today, Hazel 1.0 was released. It’s gone through many changes over the years, includings its price. To celebrate Hazel’s 10 Year Anniversary, I am offering Hazel at its 2006 price: $16 (that’s 50% off!)…No special code or link.
Following my previous post on trasitioning away from Evernote, #evernote graveyard, Microsoft’s OneNote now provides another alternative to consider. Microsoft have now released an Importer tool to make this move easier. In order to transfer your notes from Evernote to OneNote, follow the following steps: Download the OneNote import tool Launch the App and let
Engadget (Devinda Hardawar) have published this interview with Evernote’s CEO Chris O’Neill. I have quoted the following statement from O’Neill as a reaction to recent unrest from Evernote users following recent pricing changes. We have an obligation to our users to be a sustaining company that lasts forever. We call it Evernote for a reason.