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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Apr 6, 2019 at 10:57 AM

 

After Donovan reminded us about Nimbus Notes in the recent Evernote thread, I thought I’d start a new thread to discuss the app.

I’ve dabbled with Nimbus Notes a few times; most recently last November (well, and this morning). I like a lot of what I see, but what keeps me from committing to Nimbus Notes is that I don’t see any method of exporting my notes. I hope I am just missing it.

Other reactions to Nimbus Notes would be appreciated.

Steve Z

 


Posted by exatty95
Apr 6, 2019 at 01:31 PM

 

The Windows desktop version allows exporting to JSON and HTML, under the file menu. I’m not savvy enough to know if that’s adequate. I seem to recall that my past efforts to import via JSON were messy at best.

 


Posted by Donovan
Apr 7, 2019 at 07:43 AM

 

Stephen Zeoli wrote:

>I’ve dabbled with Nimbus Notes a few times; most recently last November
>(well, and this morning). I like a lot of what I see, but what keeps me
>from committing to Nimbus Notes is that I don’t see any method of
>exporting my notes. I hope I am just missing it.
> >Other reactions to Nimbus Notes would be appreciated.
> >Steve Z

 


Posted by Donovan
Apr 7, 2019 at 08:14 AM

 

Sorry, let’s try this again.

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
>I’ve dabbled with Nimbus Notes a few times; most recently last November
>(well, and this morning). I like a lot of what I see, but what keeps me
>from committing to Nimbus Notes is that I don’t see any method of
>exporting my notes. I hope I am just missing it.
> >Other reactions to Nimbus Notes would be appreciated.
> >Steve Z

Hi Steve,

I mostly use the web app, iOS, and the Windows program.
I have used the Windows program to export all files — JSON and HTML and they both worked flawlessly. It was important to me as well. I found the following on their site and #3 addresses export.
https://nimbusweb.me/data-protection.php

Another interesting page are side-by-side comparisons with Nimbus Note vs all major competitors.
https://nimbusweb.me/comparison/

OCR was also a big factor for me. It searches jpg and many other image formats for text and also searches contents of PDF.

The web clipper is really nice, too.
https://nimbusweb.me/clipper.php

Hope this helps some, Steve.
Thank you for your many contributions to this forum!

- Mike Donovan

 

 

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Apr 7, 2019 at 10:26 AM

 

In installed the app from the App Store, and registered an account.  (Apps that require registration before use are somewhat annoying.)

In the app, I clicked on the icon for information about Nimbus Clipper.  It took me to this site which (today at least) was half English and half Russian.

https://nimbusweb.me/ru/clipper.php

Big stop sign for me until I research more about where this company is actually located and where my data are stored.  The apps appear to be front ends for web storage, so I think I’ll pause with getting to know Nimbus for now.

 


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