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Posted by jamesofford
Feb 25, 2015 at 02:17 PM


Since I am not much of a coder, and also I am trying to keep my CRIMPing down to a minimum, I didn’t have a lot of interest in Quiver. Particularly since it looked very much like Notesuite, which I use regularly. However, I have been following the discussions here and I decided to give Quiver a try. I like it a lot. I particularly like the fact that notes can be organized into notebooks, something that you can do in Notesuite, but not with as nice a presentation as in Quiver.  I also like the ability to insert files and links to files into a note.

However, one thing that I like about Notesuite is the bookmarklet that you can install in your browser to copy a webpage to the notebook. I have been using that as my snippet keeper for a while now.

Yaogang-Any chance of something like this?



Posted by Yaogang Lian
Feb 25, 2015 at 02:24 PM


It’s definitely possible. I have my hands full at this moment with Quiver for iOS and Quiver 2.2, but I have these on my list for future updates.

Although Quiver was built for developers, I have heard from quite a few non-programmers who like Quiver. They mostly use Markdown and rich text, some use LaTeX.


Posted by jamesofford
Feb 25, 2015 at 06:49 PM


The mark of a great developer-listens to the users, and responds quickly.




Posted by steveylang
Feb 27, 2015 at 08:48 PM


Hi Bill,

Is this website on the publicly available WWW? If so, could you post a link? I am curious what the output looks like.
(I only just redeemed a promo code from the other thread.)


MadaboutDana wrote:
Yup, this really is a very impressive upgrade. If you own a Mac, and you
>don’t already have it, you owe it to yourself (and your Mac) to get
> >I’ve just generated a rather nice little website from one of my
>notebooks - Quiver automatically inserts next/previous/up links into
>each note in the HTML output. And you can edit your own CSS if you fancy
>the idea, although the default CSS is nice and clean.
> >I’ve mentioned to the developer that inter-note links don’t work in the
>HTML output - he’s promised to correct that. Meanwhile there are easy
> >The support for GitHub-style tasks is still fairly basic (you can’t
>easily tick them in e.g. Preview mode; compare with e.g. Letterspace,
>which handles Markdown tasks particularly well). But again, this is due
>for further development in a future version.
> >I think Quiver is an astonishing achievement, actually, especially when
>you see how economical it is with system resources. And the thought of a
>full iOS version fills me with joy!
> >Cheers from a
>Happy Bill


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