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Posted by tightbeam
Jan 3, 2019 at 02:12 PM

 

If you already use Scrivener, then you ought to keep using it, maybe supplemented by OneNote and Workflowy/Dynalist for the things it doesn’t do well, or at all. The challenge isn’t how many different programs you can incorporate into your workflow - that way lies madness and a loss of productivity - but rather how *few* programs you can master and thus extract from them everything you really need to get your work done.

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Jan 3, 2019 at 02:22 PM

 

Ahmed, especially for “a” on Dr Andus’ list you may wish to look at Citavi, but it also could be useful for “b” and “c”

Daly

Dr Andus wrote:
Ahmed fawzy wrote:
>>I want to use the outliner in studying and lectures preparations
> >This can mean a lot of different things, which might be best served with
>different types of software.
> >“Outliner” - at least as it’s used on this forum - is a catch-all term
>that refers to very different types of software in terms of their use
>and functionality.
> >a) One big group could be called “notes databases”, which are for
>capturing, annotating, organising, storing, recombining and recalling
>information.
> >b) The other big group could be called “thinking and writing tools,”
>which help with developing ideas and outlines, and then with turning
>them into a final text.
> >c) There are also a few that try to combine the above two categories.
> >Are you looking for a), b) or c)?
> >Keep in mind that c) normally means increased complexity, a steeper
>learning curve or some compromise that undermines the functionality of
>a) or b).

 


Posted by Ahmed fawzy
Jan 3, 2019 at 03:36 PM

 

I hope to know better options
I also use mind mapping software imindmap

tightbeam wrote:
If you already use Scrivener, then you ought to keep using it, maybe
>supplemented by OneNote and Workflowy/Dynalist for the things it doesn’t
>do well, or at all. The challenge isn’t how many different programs you
>can incorporate into your workflow - that way lies madness and a loss of
>productivity - but rather how *few* programs you can master and thus
>extract from them everything you really need to get your work done.
>

 


Posted by washere
Jan 3, 2019 at 05:59 PM

 

NoteCase Pro

 


Posted by Listerene
Jan 3, 2019 at 07:08 PM

 

Two-pane outliners are plentiful and should do what you want. Cherry Tree, TreePad, RightNote and a bunch of others are examples.

 


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