CaptureToCloud is used to capture, organize and share digital content collections. CaptureToCloud enables professionals and teams to capture any type of digital content - live webpages, images, URLs, bookmarks, documents, desktop files, videos and more - and store this content in a personal and visual web-based workspace. The CaptureToCloud workspace is organized into collections of topics and projects. Collections can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, email and personal links. Personal links can be created for any content item or collection of items. Personal links can be placed anywhere to point to your content. Viewers do not have to be CaptureToCloud members to view your content. You can see who's viewed your collections and also discontinue sharing at any time. For collaboration with another CaptureToCloud member, an activity stream is available to post messages and share content. CaptureToCloud is tightly integrated with Google Drive and Google Apps. You may integrate your Google Drive documents directly into your workspace. You may also integrate your Dropbox files. Google Docs may be edited and shared inside your workspace. CaptureToCloud is sold via a subscription model that offers free accounts for individuals. For businesses, CaptureToCloud costs a small fee per user per month.
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"Organize my work and access it from anywhere"
Version: CaptureToCloud 2.0
Very easy to capture websites and all media types from my desktop or on the go. I use it for writing and planning articles, so I can highlight the most important parts of what I'm using. I prefer it to Evernote because I can share easily and collaborate with others. Great for group projects. Works great with Google Docs and Dropbox.
You can't edit Microsoft Word docs within the program, but you can switch them into Google Docs if need be.
Great web clipper with excellent functionality. I recommend to all my friends, especially those needing to collaborate on a web-heavy project.