Springpad and Evernote are awesome file cabinets for storing and managing articles, recipes, products, and text clippings we want to save for later review. But an additional way to maximize these powerful notebooks is to make use of their collaborative sharing features. These days, when it comes to working collaboratively on computer-related projects, notes, files and documents, doing so via email can become time-consuming, and even counterproductive.
At one time, people actually had to carry around notebooks if they wanted to take notes – remember the once-big fad of Moleskine notebooks? Nowadays, smartphones have made most pocket objects obsolete. Why carry around a notebook when you can just take notes right on your phone?
Every user of iOS devices would do well to have at least one dedicated advanced notebook or journal on their device. Springpad, as well as Evernote, is one such notebook that I recommend. I’ve already written about the advantages of the visual orientation of Springpad, and if you’re looking to use the service on your […]
The popular note-taking application will be holding a special Google Hangout On Air event today at 4PM Easter time (21:00 UTC), and will present some new features which will be included in Springpad 4.0. The Hangout will include a first look at Springpad 4.0, but will also include a question and answer round with the Springpad team.