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“We were all fed up with the reliance on paper notes, phone calls, mass emails, endless meetings and complex, IT-driven systems that bog down workforce creativity, knowledge sharing and productivity,” said Tony Lopresti, co-founder and CEO, Intellinote. “Intellinote organizes your digital work life to make it easier to get everything done. It’s the only application that allows people to instantly capture notes, files and other information, collaborate with colleagues, leverage information within existing business applications and seamlessly complete projects, all from within a web browser or mobile device.”

The cross-platform note-taking app, which works on Web, mobile and tablet, has to first invite team members to a shared workspace, from which they can write notes, forward emails, take pictures or attach files. The fact that it works with other business apps and email is quite cool.

The ‘Shared Workspaces’ is essentially a mini social network to collaborate on meetings, events and more — things that traditionally require a series of emails.

It also comes with a proprietary “Intelligent Knowledge Delivery” engine that claims to suggest related knowledge, company experts, or answers to help workers more easily accomplish their goals.

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Apart from all this, it’s a note-taking and project management tool, so you can turn a note into a task, add a due date, drag and drop it into notebooks, add tags and links to organize, etc.

The Intellinote beta application is now available and free for a limited time, at the official website and in the App Store.

Update: Intellinote’s app is now scheduled to launch on Tuesday, October 29th

Source: Intellinote

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