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New TaoNotes Pro v3.00 delivers WYSYWYG content editing

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Posted by Vadim Schetinkin
May 4, 2006 at 03:16 AM

 

  I just wanna inform you that there is new New TaoNotes Pro v3.00 that delivers WYSYWYG content editing and many outline navigation improvements. So now it’s three-pane outliner with possibility to edit and format (HTML formatting is supported) items.
visit http://actitrend.fre3.com to learn more….

  Vadim Schetinkin, the developer

 


Posted by Kenneth Rhee
May 6, 2006 at 06:54 AM

 

Does the program support recurring tasks (such as daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly)?

 


Posted by Wojciech
May 8, 2006 at 12:11 PM

 

Vadim,

You are adding a new features and usability every day! Could you please tell us what are your long-term plans, a “road map” for TaoNotes? What is your targeted audience? And what is your policy concerning trial/lite version?

Thanks,

Wojciech

 


Posted by Vadim Schetinkin
May 9, 2006 at 05:57 PM

 

  No at a moment. But it’s planned to include support for recurring tasks within 2 months.

  Vadim

Kenneth Rhee wrote:
>Does the program support recurring tasks (such as daily, weekly, monthly, or
>yearly)? 

 


Posted by Vadim Schetinkin
May 10, 2006 at 04:50 AM

 

  The “road map” for TaoNotes:

  - 2006 combined notes and todos manager. getting WYSYGYG HTML formatting of the content. including more todo support (forwarding, recurring, etc).... getting multiple variants of HTML-ed output using one input outline structure, better content editor (may be speller), adding multiple import/export routines, content templates, better syncing with Outlook…

  - 2007 syncing with other PDA devices, adding Calendar and Contacts modules making TaoNotes full-featured PIM

  Vadim

Wojciech wrote:
>Could you please tell
>us what are your long-term plans, a “road map” for TaoNotes? What is your targeted
>audience? And what is your policy concerning trial/lite
>version?

 


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