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Posted by Dr Andus
Dec 18, 2014 at 12:00 AM

 

Dr Andus wrote:
>How about
> >RightNote:
>http://bauerapps.com/rightnote/
> >TreeProjects:
>http://personaldatabase.org/
> >To some extent ConnectedText might also fit the bill, but including
>pictures is a bit more fiddly (need to save it on drive first and then
>drag and drop, rather than copy and paste).
> >WhizFolders might be another possibility.

And there is also Ultra Recall…

 


Posted by Deevid
Dec 18, 2014 at 03:19 AM

 

Thank you for your suggestions, I tried all of them, and none work well because unfortunately the drag & drop of bits of information is a critical feature I need.

So far Noteshare is the best option I’ve encountered, regardless that sometimes is clunky .

Thank you again

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Dec 18, 2014 at 04:47 AM

 

MyInfo, WhizFolders both allow drag ‘n drop, have tags which may be helpful for organizing, cloning capability, and opening more window than once.

Daly

Deevid wrote:
Thank you for your suggestions, I tried all of them, and none work well
>because unfortunately the drag & drop of bits of information is a
>critical feature I need.
> >So far Noteshare is the best option I’ve encountered, regardless that
>sometimes is clunky .
> >Thank you again

 


Posted by terry
Dec 18, 2014 at 11:21 PM

 

I recently used RightNote for a large (undergrad) academic project. I had one node for just dumping info as I researched, especially handy with Google Scholar, since it will give you formatted citations at the same time. It will also attach non-DRM PDF files and make them searchable.

When it came time to write the paper, I did a lot of rearranging, with the information already in the database, it was fairly painless.  I suppose I could have used a proper academic tool but I already use RightNote databases for personal info and work notes. (I keep it on USB, as I work on multiple computers in many locations.) 

 


Posted by terry
Dec 18, 2014 at 11:29 PM

 

RN does do drag and drop, btw.  I had sub-nodes as small as one paragraph.  The only thing I didn’t like was that you had to either export or do a print preview to see them all together.

 


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