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Posted by GeorgeB
Jul 28, 2019 at 01:14 PM


Thank you for your suggestions.
I’ve tried Workflowy but it lacked NoteMap’s line merge (ctrl+M) command that I constantly utilize.
I will try Dynalist next.


Posted by Jeffery Smith
Jul 28, 2019 at 02:44 PM


It seemed to be marketed as software for attorneys rather than a general audience. I’m not an attorney, but know that they like some types of outliner software (like Circus Ponies Notebook).


Posted by Hugh
Jul 28, 2019 at 03:49 PM


It’s true that in recent years it has been marketed as a tool for lawyers. But I’ve a memory - which may well be wrong - that it didn’t start out that way. I’ve a feeling that it was only when the original developer sold the application to LexixNexis that it became identified as an application for the legal profession.

I bought it before LexisNexis became responsible for it. I remember it as a solid, reliable Windows outliner of general use, at a time when there were few alternatives available.


Posted by GeorgeB
Jul 30, 2019 at 05:47 PM


GeorgeB wrote:
> Notemap is still a power tool that I use on a daily basis in my line of work using Windows 10. I’ve been unable to find a workable replacement.
>Any suggestions?

GeorgeB replied:
Thank you folks for your assistance.
I had a CRIMP moment a couple years ago and purchased Scrivener and played around with it. Now I’m beginning to think it may work for me.
WorkFlowy and Dynalist didn’t work for my work.
Presently, I have Scrivener ver. fired up and I’m relearning to use it on a document that will be presented tomorrow night.
Adios folks and best wishes.


Posted by trailbait
Dec 24, 2019 at 04:52 PM


I have a very large NoteMap file (.cnm) that I need to be able to import into WorkFlowy or Dynalist. Any suggestions for how to do this?

Exporting to Word and then trying to import the Word file creates a mess that loses all hierarchy and formatting. It’s untenable with an outline of this size.


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