Tag Info

Hot answers tagged

3

I like the lightweight Mac App nvALT, which is a fork of Notational Velocity. The intended workflow is to make it super easy to capture notes by binding a keyboard shortcut to a command that brings up the application and makes it easy to create a new note or search existing notes. Because the search is so fast, instead of using tags or another taxonomy ...


3

Emacs Org-Mode (You might not want to try this if you don't like computers.) I won't tell you all about emacs and org-mode, because that's a horribly deep rabbit hole, but I can give you some pointers. Emacs org-mode, along with remember-mode (what you need), allows you to take notes in the same way you think of them. It allows you to tag information, as ...


2

I've used JAM software's Filelist.exe tool for this. See below for command line usage. You can: Scan network drives Create a catalog of all directories and subdirectories, and all files, or filter for files of multiple selected types (eg /filter *.doc?, *.xls?, *.ppt?) Extract Metainformation like creation, last access, last modified, by whom, size etc. ...


1

Try PDesk (Was a Windows project manager which synced to the Palm OS; now Back by popular demand, on several OS flavours!) from http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdesk/ I have actually organised a web team and projects over two floors of a building, each of us able to somehow open and edit a single file on a file server. Pdesk is ridiculously simple to look ...


1

I had the same problem and I tried to solve it with Evernote, OneNote, etc. I also investigated methods like GTD, Action Method, etc. However, I finally end-up using Workflowy and developing my workflow which I call it Workflowy Journal since it's based on popular Bullet Journal; in fact, I digitalise the Bullet Journal. Please read about it here: ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible