Editors' reviewModern research inevitably turns up a mishmash of mixed media, ranging from Web pages to audio files to text notes. MyInfo provides a way to arrange different kinds of research data, creating hierarchically organized documents that store and connect these snippets of multimedia. The program allows a user to cut and paste elements from Web pages or other sources into a MyInfo document, or import entire document folders from the hard drive. The user can format and highlight text in order to emphasize important information, as well as insert images, hyperlinks, or tables. The program also supports hyperlinking within documents. Research documents can be saved in RTF format, as a Web site, or in the TreePad format. At $49.95 MyInfo isn't cheap, but it's an impressive tool for students and researchers who want to take the next step beyond file cards.
MyInfo Standard is a form personal information manager. It helps you collect, organize, edit, store, and later find personal-reference information like documents, random notes, and project-support materials. It is a valuable tool for everyone who uses GTD, serving as a reference-management system for electronic documents. MyInfo has clean and intuitive user interface. It includes popular features like tabbed interface for easier browsing of your information, encryption for keeping your documents safe, and various ways for searching in your reference library. MyInfo is extensible application, supporting third-party import and export modules and templates. Collect information from a variety of sources, including existing files, the Internet, drag and drop from other applications, and capturing ideas and thoughts on-the-fly.
What's new in this version:
Version 6.14 build 1521 has fixed a problem where pressing Escape key in the tag editor created tag from the typed text instead of ignoring it.