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Posted by jimspoon
Sep 24, 2011 at 02:19 AM

 

Just came across a review of this freebie.  I haven’t tried it out, but it looks like it might be useful.

Program page:
http://www.qnomad.com/divifile/

Review:
Organize your files into a virtual structure with DiviFile | freewaregenius.com
http://goo.gl/BtCRi

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Sep 24, 2011 at 06:42 PM

 

This looks very interesting.

Just a quick look at it now reminds me of Planz http://kftf.ischool.washington.edu/planner_index.htm

Except this program seems, again after just a passing glance, to be more versatile.

Daly

jimspoon wrote:
>Just came across a review of this freebie.  I haven’t tried it out, but it looks like it
>might be useful.
> >Program
>page:
>http://www.qnomad.com/divifile/
> >Review:
>Organize your files into a
>virtual structure with DiviFile | freewaregenius.com
>http://goo.gl/BtCRi

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Sep 24, 2011 at 06:59 PM

 

Having downloaded program, and played around with it some, can say it needs more work.

Daly

Daly de Gagne wrote:
>This looks very interesting.
> >Just a quick look at it now reminds me of Planz
>http://kftf.ischool.washington.edu/planner_index.htm
> >Except this program
>seems, again after just a passing glance, to be more versatile.
> >Daly
> >jimspoon
>wrote:
>>Just came across a review of this freebie.  I haven’t tried it out, but it looks
>like it
>>might be useful.
>>
>>Program
> >>page:
>>http://www.qnomad.com/divifile/
>>
>>Review:
>>Organize your files
>into a
>>virtual structure with DiviFile |
>freewaregenius.com
>>http://goo.gl/BtCRi  

 


Posted by Qnomad
Oct 8, 2011 at 01:25 AM

 

As the primary developer of DiviFile, I’m thrilled to see it mentioned on this website.  I’ve been an avid outliner user ever since first encountering such tools over ten years ago.  Apart from improving DiviFile in its current capacity as a file/bookmark organizer, the app was originally intended to be an outliner replacement.  The major missing piece of the puzzle is the to-do list/GTD functionality that I planned from the start to be an integral part.  Although it’s accommodated in the database, it hasn’t yet been implemented in the user-interface.

Your feedback is very important in shaping DiviFile’s future.  Please send your suggestions and bug/crash reports to support@qnomad.com.


jimspoon wrote:
>Just came across a review of this freebie.  I haven’t tried it out, but it looks like it
>might be useful.
> >Program
>page:
>http://www.qnomad.com/divifile/
> >Review:
>Organize your files into a
>virtual structure with DiviFile | freewaregenius.com
>http://goo.gl/BtCRi

 


Posted by Qnomad
Oct 28, 2011 at 08:28 PM

 

Hello fellow outliner fans!  Just a quick note to let you know that a new version of DiviFile has been released at http://www.qnomad.com/divifile/ .  It fixes a crash that occurred during Favorites import,  It includes an add-on for Firefox 7 (instead of Firefox 6 as in the previous version).  And it now allows dragging files from DiviFile and dropping them into any other app.  These improvements are the result of user feedback, so please do not hesitate to send your requests to support@qnomad.com .

 


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