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Posted by Franz Grieser
Nov 28, 2017 at 02:31 PM


Pierre Paul Landry wrote:

>Agreed 100%, that’s why I use more and more handwriting Ink documents.
>- I can write stuff on my tablet, in the bus, continue working on it at
>home / office with my tablet PC with pen and it never gets lost.
>- Content can be easily be moved and inserted (with Ink wordwrap) and
>images pasted.
>- You never run out of “paper” space.
>- I can combine it with regular text information and send the whole
>thing to co-workers.
>- There is even a live whiteboard mode where 2 or more users hand-write
>on the same document, live. Great for off-site group brainstorming /

Pierre: Are you talking about InfoQube with the Ink Editor?


Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
Nov 28, 2017 at 02:49 PM


Franz Grieser wrote:
> Pierre: Are you talking about InfoQube with the Ink Editor?

Yes and no. Yes, in that the handwriting app is well integrated with IQ, but I’m not the genius behind that app. StylusLabs is !

p.s. Integration will soon be further enhanced… you’ll be able to start a sound recorder (during a meeting or in a classroom) as you enter Ink on the sheet.
Later on, you’ll be able to hear what was said and sync the recording with each stroke.
If something important was said, but you didn’t get to write much about it at the time, just jog down a star or a big red arrow and later on, complete it by listening to it again !


Posted by Franz Grieser
Nov 28, 2017 at 03:12 PM


Pierre: I see. Thanks.
Two more apps to try when I finished my book :-)


Posted by washere
Nov 28, 2017 at 07:42 PM


Most software PR online is actually ubiquitous spam one sees mentioned everywhere: BUT WAIT there is more…, sure sure. Most people in actuality quietly still use pen and paper alongside various software. Which is great for scratching around and working out ideas, but only in 2D. Staring at a blank sheet is no good, which is why I make a few marks or doodles to get started. But then for final digi storage and pulling into other software there are a few favorites now in their later versions, that I use. Scapple is not spam either, minimal and unique yet very usable and if the new updates will be noteworthy I will start using it again. Hyper Plan is good too. On the phone, some Android apps are good.


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