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Posted by pereh
Jun 19, 2010 at 11:32 AM

 

MyInfo Standard and Pro are at ‘bitsdujour’ on 21. June 2010 with 60% discount.
Interesting user comments and comparions between MyInfo and UltraRecall.

 


Posted by Gary N
Jun 21, 2010 at 05:18 PM

 

I get MyBase and MyInfo confused. Does MyInfo have enthusiastic supporters?

Gary?

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Jun 21, 2010 at 06:35 PM

 

MyInfo is a very solid information manager. It has a clean interface and customizable columns for meta data. The tagging scheme is nice, with a handy tag filter. It has a tabbed interface for keeping multiple databases open and accessible at the same time, and provides cross-database searches.

I own a license but don’t use it much… not sure why, other than there are other applications I like better (i.e. Zoot, OneNote and Personal Brain).

If you’re looking for a versatile, stable and multi-faceted information manager, you will probably be satisfied with MyInfo.

Steve

 


Posted by pereh
Jun 21, 2010 at 08:49 PM

 

pereh wrote:
>MyInfo Standard and Pro are at ‘bitsdujour’ on 21. June 2010 with 60%
>discount.
>Interesting user comments and comparions between MyInfo and
>UltraRecall. 

And a very friendly user commented on MyInfo, UltraRecall and Personal Brain. Worth a look, I think.

 


Posted by Cassius
Jun 22, 2010 at 12:47 AM

 

Gary N wrote:
>I get MyBase and MyInfo confused. Does MyInfo have enthusiastic supporters?
> >Gary? 
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I use MyBase regularly and am looking forward to version 6.  Very occasionally it will not be able to properly capture a Web page, but almost always it captures pages accurately and rapidly.  I tried MyInfo a couple of years ago and was not happy with its Web page capture.  Perhaps with the new version it has improved.  I’m about to try it.  Other possibilities that some people like are UltraRecall, Surfulater, and WebResearch.

 


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