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August 8, 2019

DEVONthink 3.0 Public Beta 6

While we're approaching the final release, the sixth public beta of DEVONthink 3 brings further refinements including the ability to synchronize the Reading List and custom metadata definitions. The update also continues to fix bugs and improve the overall reliability and performance. (more)

August 6, 2019

Use Favorites in the Sorter

A great tip from our community user TomSLN:

Groups in databases can be flagged as favorites. Once flagged, the list of favorites appears at the top of the Sorter's navigate list. This is an easy way to drag files into the Sorter and onto the desired group without having to navigate to the group in the database tree. (more)

July 23, 2019

Airdrop to Mobile

Suppose you’re working with a friend or colleague who isn’t running DEVONthink on her Mac (heaven forbid!). But they have a file you need and you have your iOS mobile device running DEVONthink To Go. Is there any way to get it transferred quickly and easily? (more)

July 16, 2019

Building the Perfect Database

One of the requests we occasionally receive is: "Tell me how to create and set up my database in DEVONthink." This seems like a simple enough question to answer, but in truth, it is not. While creating a database can be as simple as choosing File > New Database, the simplicity ends with structuring the database. (more)

July 12, 2019

Thank You for Your Nice Words

After the long-anticipated launch of DEVONthink 3 as public beta we've received a huge amount of feedback. And, honestly, we are relieved that the vast majority of the email, messages, tweets, and forum posts positively welcome the new generation of our flagship product. (more)

July 4, 2019

Check the OCR Accuracy

OCR is a technology that examines the pixels in an image and tries to determine what alphabetical characters they are. These characters are then put into a layer of text underneath the original image so the file appears unchanged but is now searchable. You can estimate the accuracy of the OCR by selecting the PDF and looking at the concordance. (more)