Posted by Franz Grieser
May 20, 2015 at 10:56 AM
Might be interesting: http://prelaunch.airstory.co/
AIRSTORY IS HOW WRITERS CREATE OUTLINES
Import from Evernote
Capture clippings from the web
Add images, video, audio and text
Drag and drop cards to create an outline
Export to Word
Export to Scrivener (coming soon)
Posted by Stephen Zeoli
May 20, 2015 at 05:33 PM
Tells you something about how ubiquitous Scrivener has become that Airstory feels that it must offer export in Scrivener format.
Posted by MadaboutDana
May 20, 2015 at 06:30 PM
Looks lovely. And just proves what a crying need there is for an app version of Gingko.
Posted by Dr Andus
May 20, 2015 at 09:02 PM
On the face of it it looks interesting, but I’d need a bit more convincing that this is a genuine and sustainable software project.
There is not a lot of info on the website about the actual developers. If you dig a bit deeper, then it takes you to
and the people behind that seem to be web marketers (consultants, copywriters), not developers.
Posted by steveylang
May 20, 2015 at 09:22 PM
You should have posted your sign-up link! (I would have been happy to use it.) Looks interesting, as far as web services go.
Here is mine, for anyone who is interested-
Franz Grieser wrote:
> >Might be interesting: http://prelaunch.airstory.co/
>AIRSTORY IS HOW WRITERS CREATE OUTLINES
> > Import from Evernote
> Capture clippings from the web
> Add images, video, audio and text
> Drag and drop cards to create an outline
> Export to Word
> Export to Scrivener (coming soon)