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Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Nov 13, 2011 at 09:29 PM

 

For reference, I post here the link to TuskTools a calendar view for Evernote notes http://www.moreproductivenow.com/evernote.html Thanks to Chris for the heads up.

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Nov 14, 2011 at 03:45 PM

 

Alexander, are you familiar with RecentX - I trialed it, and when I get some spare cash was thinking of buying it. It keeps track of everything = folders, files, visited web sites, etc?

http://www.conceptworld.com/RecentX/

Daly

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
>Nemo Documents for Windows has now reached version 1 http://www.nemo-docs.com/
> >I
>have been using it for quite some time, and I find it a useful addition to my toolbox.
>Just one look at Nemo and I know what I’ve been working on in the past week. For accessing
>recent files, it is much better than Windows’ recent documents list.
> >Nemo can now
>also show files from Google Docs and events from Google Calendar (unfortunately, one
>is not yet able to select which specific calendars from their account to show, so I have
>disabled this for the moment).
> >I know I’ve written about Nemo elsewhere too, but I
>thought it made sense to keep the original thread updated.

 


Posted by Dr Andus
Nov 14, 2011 at 11:10 PM

 

Daly de Gagne wrote:
>Alexander, are you familiar with RecentX - I trialed it, and when I get some spare cash
>was thinking of buying it. It keeps track of everything = folders, files, visited web
>sites, etc?
> >http://www.conceptworld.com/RecentX/
> >Daly
> Thanks Daly. RecentX looks interesting. You can even drag and drop files straight into Gmail, rather than having to navigate through folders to find a file to attach! Impressive.

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Nov 15, 2011 at 08:07 AM

 

RecentX looks indeed interesting and useful but, unless I’m missing something, it does not provide a calendar view. Rather, items seem to be sorted by popularity.

The usefulness, among others, of the calendar view for me is the possibility to review my work of a certain day at a later date.

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Nov 15, 2011 at 02:38 PM

 

Alexander, I can see why the calendar view offers an advantage. That gives me something to think about it!

Daly

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
>RecentX looks indeed interesting and useful but, unless I’m missing something, it
>does not provide a calendar view. Rather, items seem to be sorted by popularity.
> >The
>usefulness, among others, of the calendar view for me is the possibility to review my
>work of a certain day at a later date. 

 


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