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Scrybe gets more polished with ThoughtPad

by Tris Hussey on January 16th, 2007

Although I still don’t have an invite into Scrybe, I still watch for it in the news.  DownloadSquad reports that Scrybe has added a new feature to their already powerful lineup of tools.

In Scrybe there is a Planner pane which contains your calendar and tasks, and now the ThoughtPad pane which contains web clippings, or simply text and images as notes. These notes can be organized into different Labels (essentially tags), making it easier to locate relevant information when you’re looking for it. Basic formatting like bold, italics and bullet points are included, but this is definitely not a full-featured word processor.

The ThoughtPad includes a browser at the bottom of the window that provides thumbnails of the clippings you have stored. This can be useful when scrolling through a number of related clippings to quickly locate a specific one, particularly if you’re like me and your mind works in a particularly visual manner.

Sounds like a nice toolset.  I’d like to know if they have a plugin or tool that lets you go from the browser to ThoughtPad.



POSTED IN: Collaboration tools, Cool tools, GTD, Innovation

1 opinion for Scrybe gets more polished with ThoughtPad

  • Glen
    Jan 17, 2020 at 9:56 pm

    I’m looking forward to seeing this bad boy live. There’s a lot of hype surrounding it, so I’m glad the makers have been leery to release an open beta.

    I don’t think it will kill other calendar apps, but it will still be a strong contender.

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