At its most basic level, NoteTaker is a personal note and idea organizer. With NoteTaker, you can make a list, organize an outline or jot down an idea. It's that basic. But with everyday work and lifestyle demands, our information needs are far more complex and diverse. And NoteTaker reflects this reality so that users can add and change the content and use of their information as needed.
NoteTaker's user interface metaphor uses a visually rich "spiral" notebook pages with section tabs. Some users will simply have one tab and a long list of outlines while others will organize entire project and research journals with many sections and many pages within those tab sections. And it makes no difference how you decide to organize and use NoteTaker, it's flexible yet easy to understand. It's like having electronic paper on your OS X desktop.
In short, NoteTaker applications are unlimited. From managing the daily to do list information to sharing a project team binder across the Internet, NoteTaker becomes the software of our everyday lifestyle. Use it to communicate ideas. Organize personal information. Keep a project journal. Think on paper. NoteTaker is software you'll want to use every single day.
What's new in this version:
- Multiple Tags. Categories are now called "Tags". Support for multiple tags has been added. Menu items in the Tags contextual menu now toggle the presence of tags in the tag list for an entry. The Tags index page lists entries under all tags assigned to each entry. Multiple tag support has also been added to NoteShare Express, version 2.4 or later.
- Note that opening a notebook with multiple tags using an earlier version of NoteShare or NoteTaker may result in some tags b... See all new features »