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Posted by MadaboutDana
May 2, 2022 at 06:58 PM

 

You’re not wrong. Similarly, I wish there was a way to link not just to sheets, but to individual tables or objects in the various sheets.

It’s so nearly amazingly brilliant; a couple of extra details and it would be the best at pretty much everything. It even does folding! Although it then lets itself down, because it won’t find text that’s folded up – it’ll only find it if it’s unfolded.

Hm. Maybe I’ll start harassing Apple…

Amontillado wrote:
Numbers is an unsung hero for story planning. I wish there was a way to
>put arrows or lines between text blocks that stick. When you drag a text
>block it leaves lines behind.
> >I also wish there was a way to get the return key to do a line break in
>a cell. Option-enter does the job, but it kind of interferes with my
>flow.

 


Posted by tightbeam
May 3, 2022 at 11:54 AM

 

I did not know that. I’m going to look into it. Thank you!

MadaboutDana wrote:
Heh, fair ‘nuff – although you can create and use the apps in an
>iCloud account, even as a Windows user.
> >Just sayin’ ;-)
> >tightbeam wrote:
> >>
>>MadaboutDana wrote:
>>
>>>You can do more or less all the same things with Numbers on macOS /
>iOS
>>>(including the dragging/dropping of paragraphs/items).
>>
>>Unless you’re a Windows user.
>>
>>But hey.

 


Posted by Ken
May 9, 2022 at 03:29 AM

 

Andrew Tabunshchik wrote:
I’m a part of the xTiles team.
> >So, overall we’re developing a new tool for thinking (thoughts).
>Based on a note-taking approach and visual manner, you can put down your
>ideas, structure them, and enrich them.
>It’s accessible to brain dump - often different versions and unbaked
>ideas in the same place and then construct things.
> >Our early adopters are using it for individual or collaborative writing
>and brainstorming. Also, collecting Research makes sense.
> >Feel free to suggest or critique anything.
>

Quick questions, Andrew.  In what country are the servers located?  And are you able to elaborate on your data security and encryption policies?

Thanks,

—Ken

 


Posted by Andrew Tabunshchik
Jul 10, 2022 at 06:51 PM

 

Hello, Ken and forum friends.

Sorry for the slow response.
I’m not checking new updates very often.

Related to your last questions:
1. Servers are located in London, UK (based on Amazon web technology).
2. Our infrastructure is designed to be secure and constantly monitored.
All your data is cloud-hosted and protected with security and privacy.
Real-time backups and SLA 99.9%
Information encrypted at rest (AES-256) and in transit (forced SSL)
Strict policies and controls to prevent staff access.
3. Export data (notes) will be coming soon. Of course, we can manually support this request if that’s needed.
P.S.
If somebody is interesting, stay on top of our updates - feel free to join Community.

Andrey.

 


Posted by Andrew Tabunshchik
Jul 10, 2022 at 06:51 PM

 

Hello, Ken and forum friends.

Sorry for the slow response.
I’m not checking new updates very often.

Related to your last questions:
1. Servers are located in London, UK (based on Amazon web technology).
2. Our infrastructure is designed to be secure and constantly monitored.
All your data is cloud-hosted and protected with security and privacy.
Real-time backups and SLA 99.9%
Information encrypted at rest (AES-256) and in transit (forced SSL)
Strict policies and controls to prevent staff access.
3. Export data (notes) will be coming soon. Of course, we can manually support this request if that’s needed.
P.S.
If somebody is interesting, stay on top of our updates - feel free to join Community.

Andrey.

 


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