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Posted by WSP
Apr 28, 2017 at 03:08 PM

 

P.S.—I forgot to add that I now have 3,293 notes in CintaNotes, divided into two notebooks: Bibliography and (Web) Bookmarks.

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Apr 28, 2017 at 07:24 PM

 

I like CintaNotes. If there were versions for MacOS and iOS, it may very well be my note manager of preference. But its reliance on SimpleNote to keep and view notes on those other platforms is makes it not practical for me. First off, I just am not a fan of SimpleNote and that’s bad enough. But CintaNotes can only synchronize one notebook (or datafile) with SimpleNotes, which means you either have to pick which category of notes you want to synchronize, or keep all your notes in one notebook in CN.

So CN is note a viable option for me, though I wish it could be.

Steve Z.

 


Posted by exatty95
Apr 28, 2017 at 09:22 PM

 

It’s discounted 25% at BitsDuJour. I’ve been intrigued by it, but its importing options are very limited and I haven’t been able to figure out a way to get other note taking program’s notes into it.

 


Posted by WSP
Apr 29, 2017 at 11:46 AM

 

CintaNotes does allow you to drag and drop text from other programs. Unfortunately, it usually still requires a little reformatting after you do that. But if you’re not fussy about the appearance of your notes (I am, alas), you can move a lot of material into CintaNotes in a hurry.

I find that the best export format—for me—is a single HTML file (which is made to look rather attractive, by the way). I download that to my iPhone and consult it there in an app called Documents, and, if I wish, I can bring it up to date from time to time. One advantage of this system is that it preserves all of the Web links in the notes.

 


Posted by Donovan
Apr 29, 2017 at 08:00 PM

 

I’m glad you mentioned the HTML export file. It is one of my favorite things about Cintanotes. The HTML output looks very nice, perfectly formatted, and it’s easy to backup everything and put it away….or use it as you do with iPhone - that’s a great idea!


WSP wrote:

>I find that the best export format—for me—is a single HTML file
>(which is made to look rather attractive, by the way). I download that
>to my iPhone and consult it there in an app called Documents, and, if I
>wish, I can bring it up to date from time to time. One advantage of this
>system is that it preserves all of the Web links in the notes.

 


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