19th April 2012, 02:33 #1
Could someone suggest a good tool for web clipping and notetaking?
Could someone help please:
I'm looking for a tool for personal notetaking and web clipping.
- local storage, no forced data upload
- portable, no install
- text clipping on hotkey
- tag support
- fast and lightweight
- free or cheap
Until recently I've been using CintaNotes for that - and it's really
great, fast and really easy to use. But now I need to store pictures and Cinta comes short here, the author hasn't
implemented this feature yet.
So any advice? Thanks!
19th April 2012, 05:59 #2
20th April 2012, 00:48 #3
Thanks for the tip, but I said, no forced data upload. Evernote doesn't fit the bill in this regard. As far as I remember, all notes you take MUST be uploaded to Evernote servers. So no, thanks)
Last edited by Kellan; 20th April 2012 at 00:58.
20th April 2012, 17:31 #4
For web clipping I use the XPS writer that comes in every Win7. Push CTL+P and select the XPS writer as your printer. Then select the folder where you want to store it and give the clip a name (else it will not work). Done.
For note taking (in this context) I have no real good idea.
21st April 2012, 04:11 #5
Will there be a possibility to also search inside of these XPSs? I use quite heavily the instant search feature of CintaNotes.