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Thiago Cordeiro

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Hello there! I would like to know if someone found a service that allow us to rate itens/notes, like giving a 0 to 10 #rate and #sort by it.
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Hildegerd Haugen

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This one looks great already.
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That does look nice. 
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Art Gelwicks
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Tasks to Logs for Google Keep

I've been using Google Keep more and more lately and have integrated the following into my daily work process:

1. Each morning I create a checklist in Keep and track all the things I need to do and have done during the day.
2. At the end of the day, I have Keep remove all the checkboxes and keep all the completed items.

This two step process not only lets me work through my list of activities, but at the end of the day gives me a log of the work I have done (which I need for time billing purposes).

By adding a label (Work) to the note, I can filter on the label and work with all my work notes as if they were a dedicated notebook.
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I use Keep mainly on my Android phone, but also on my desktop when I want to type up a LONG note fast. I touch type on my computer keyboard. Can't do it as fast on my phone keyboard. 
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Pariah 73

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I just got an email.  Liiist is closing down.  I really liked it. Simple yet visual. :(
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I am wondering who is going to go next...
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Art Gelwicks
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Opinion on the new community look on Android? 
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I generally only access through my computer, but this seems nice on Android.
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Well....from all the playing around with many curation-organization apps since last summer....I have to say I still believe if Memit can pull off a Mobile app that does their Web app (and Springpad's😇) app reasonable justice, they'd be my goto today. That's a tall order though!
With Pearltrees working on reminders/notifications and material design tho, they are making a great run. With their cheap premium, you can customize the look of that app beautifully. Regardless, I'll take Memit's structure over it.
C'mon Memit, damn!
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Raindrop gets updated a lot, just quietly :D
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Hildegerd Haugen

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This is a database app. Looks very interesting.
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Damn, that actually looks like it would be really helpful with doing a better job of tracking everything for taxes this year/keeping a record of payments owed and paid for all the freelance work I do—too bad it looks like they don't have an iOS app huh.
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Hildegerd Haugen

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Haven't tried it since I am happy with the workflow I have these days, but think many of us would like it.  I have been in touch with the developers and it works on a layer with google drive. 
Edo is your virtual desk where you can organize, share and always have on hand all of your digital content, in a smart and easy way.
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This might be worth a look, especially Google Drive and Android users.
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Tim Morrison

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Other than Trello I think TickTick is the best Task management app on Android and it just got folders!...creating stronger project capability. I always thought the tags were fine for that but apparently there were incredible folder demands!
Best thing about TickTick is you can add just about any reference info to a task you like... Images, file attachments etc. Storage is already good but unlimited storage for $1.99/mo). 
www.ticktick.comTickTick is a simple to-do list app, which helps you to get...
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+Tim Morrison is like to see a YouTube video of you explaining that. It is hard to visualize.
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Hildegerd Haugen

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Interesting concept.
Try a new kind of bookmarking app. Automatically saves your browsing history then gives you powerful search tools. Never lose a website again.
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Inspired by a versatile and effective productivity tool no longer with us, this community looks to help users find new solutions and strategies for organization and productivity.
 
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Thanks H. The in-app browser is an interesting concept for clipping. Paprika uses it (for recipes) and I find it pretty fantastic. 
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Art Gelwicks
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We talk great deal about applications and sites, but not so much about hardware. What's your favorite piece(s) of productivity hardware?
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My Macbook in the browser. My HTC One next.
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Mobile-First Word Processing App Quip Adds Chat Rooms, Making It More Like Slack
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Hello!

Some days ago I've received an email from #CloudMagic, concerning Pro Account and features:

"We have decided to discontinue Pro; all the features included within the Pro plan are now free for all users.

We are already working on new monetization ideas that we’re sure you’ll love. So stay tuned!

Existing Pro subscribers will no longer be charged; in case of any queries, just hit reply.

And that’s not it, we have more good news:
-CloudMagic now supports drafts
-We made some cool UI changes

Read our blog to know more.

To experience these updates and enjoy Pro features for free, upgrade to the latest version and create a CloudMagic account - Android | iOS"

I've been using this email client for more than a year and for me It's the best productive option. There are some "Cards" options like sharing emails to Evernote, Trello, Pocket, Todoist, but there is a very nice option named "Save email to" - this let you share with any app you have (I use It with TickTick and works very well).

If It calls your attention, take a look on the blog post about the Pro Features and benefits of using this service. I strongly recommend It. :) 
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+Rodrigo J. B. Duarte​ I couldn't agree more. CloudMagic has become my email client of choice on both my phone and my tablet. Beyond the Send to Email I have found the developers very responsive to questions and suggestions. 
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Open source.
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Hildegerd Haugen

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Take a look at this one you guys that have a lot of cloud storage apps.
treev is the fastest way to access all your work in the cloud, keeping you focused.
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Has anybody paid for Paprika - Recipe Manager for windows? I couldn't really use the trial as much as I wanted to. Though I did buy the Android App for $5 (Thanks to doing lots of Google Surveys for Google Play credit). Do you think it was worth the money? It seems to be really good. Life has taught me I'm willing to pay for a good product.
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Tim Morrison

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FetchNotes just closed. Unique promising hashmark based app with a nice Lollipop look from the getgo. 
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+Tim Morrison Same thing if the app is laid down
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Hildegerd Haugen

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Dragdis has added tags, just mention it.
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Please speed this up. The only way to do this on Android currently is tediously tinkering with a calendar app T_T
Please hurry with the Android dev.
Why no android version? Daily Routine was originally developed as a personal tool for the developer, who happened to have an iPhone at the time. Android support has always been planned, but only once the basic app design was 'right'. So far version 3 for iOS seems like a good candidate for ...
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I depended on this app when I was on iPhone. It's been rough without it. There are two solutions for Android that are terrible but necessary.

1) sunrise calendar - using a calendar for daily routines it's tedious but this has been the best calendar app for it. I only use this calendar for daily routines. I use digical for my regular calendar needs.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=am.sunrise.android.calendar

2) timetune - they are trying to do what dailyroutine does, but they don't give you a month view, so it's really hard to plan routines. It's almost there though. You have to switch routines manually.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gmail.jmartindev.timetune
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