I have evernote on my ipod and tablet, i never really use it. i have always had the preference of using google docs as it sinks with my computer and all of my devices, what are the specific advantages of this particular software? also why is it important to gain administrative tools?
I'm in the same boat: Installed it, played with it once or twice, and never really use it.
I have NixNote on my Linux laptop, which syncs to EverNote on the back end... but don't use that either. I just never saw a major improvement in organization or workflow from it.
Maybe I'm not using it right - or need to watch an instructional video.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
With so many businesses buying iOS and Android devices it only makes sense that they start making apps targeted at businesses.
@AKnudson it is important for businesses to have administrative controls so that they can manage the program on all their devices and how it can be used.
I probably didn't use all of its features, but it really helped on my last trip abroad. I had all of my tickets and confirmation numbers in one place, lists and addresses of places I wanted to visit, how to get there, etc. It really helped organize my trip. The only thing I didn't like was how if I missed a sync, I wouldn't have access to my stuff until I had access to 3G or internet again, which can be tricky when traveling. It was really weird. Like I'd type a huge note, then a half hour later it'd be gone, only to come back until I found internet again. Maybe it was a problem on my end. But other than that I love the app.
i have also downloaded this app and have to a gree with you AKnudson, Google just makes things so much easier.
"An official business program would bring with it administrative controls, such as the ability to create group accounts, tighten security, and maintain some control over transfer rights."
business people use administrative tools to up the security on their ideas.
ya i experienced the same problem:/
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