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20. Januar 2016

DEVONthink Top-Ranked in TidBITS Survey

Last week TidBITS asked their readers to rate their favorite personal information management applications. DEVONthink made it to rank #3 right after the free Evernote and Apple Notes.

From all those who voted for DEVONthink, 18.3% call it a “solid performer”, 35.2% rate it as “very good”, and 33% say they “can’t live without it”. That makes 68.2% of them very happy. (mehr)

19. Januar 2016

DEVONthink and DEVONagent in the Blogs and Podcasts

It’s time again to share three great mentioning of our products. Writer and blogger Ben Elijah shares his experiences with productivity tools and habits and says about DEVONthink:

DEVONthink is, in my ways, the epitome of the ideal info dump. You can drag pretty much any kind of file into the app and it will make sense of it. […] DEVONthink’s secret weapon: the “See Also & Classify” function. When you select an item in your DEVONthink database and enable See Also & Classify, you will see a dossier of items which relate to whatever you’ve selected. This can include any file type. It’s a game-changer. (mehr)

16. Oktober 2015

Mini Series on DEVONthink

Blogger Lee Garrett of myproductivemac.com has started a mini series on DEVONthink:

My workflows will all centre around DEVONthink Pro Office as that is the product I use day to day. […] So that tells you what I use DEVONthink Pro Office for and why I recommend it so highly. The next few posts will look in more detail as to how I have it configured, how I import data on both OS X and iOS, how I invoke searches, tagging, backing up databases. (mehr)

25. März 2015

I Am a Squirrel

Power knowledge worker Daniel Wessel calls himself “a squirrel”. He uses DEVONthink Pro Office to collect and organize everything from web pages to analog post cards. On his excellent web site Organizing Creativity popup: true Dan talks also about how he uses our flagship application: … (mehr)

20. März 2015

Researcher Uses Zotero and DEVONthink Together

DEVONthink Pro user Herbert C. Hallas popup: true also uses Zotero popup: true for historical research.

Zotero is a marvelous tool to use for capturing, managing and citing sources but once the notes and sources are in a Zotero library collection, moving them around inside it is a very clunky process. It can be done, but not easily. In order to organize my notes with ease and print the information out, I move copies of the notes from Zotero into DEVONthink Pro and do my sorting, organizing and printing there.” … (mehr)

20. Februar 2015

How to Beat Up Large Law Firms

Last week we’ve received this testimonial from a satisfied user that I have to share:

I teach a class on electronic discovery at a major law university in Michigan, USA, and I heavily use DevonThink Pro Office. Your software is insanely good for electronic discovery and lets us beat up on large law firms. It is kind of our secret weapon! — John Di Giacomo, Revision Legal, PLLC. (mehr)

11. März 2014

Squirrel It!

As the older among you may already know I cannot resist to sometimes post a nice comment we’ve received from a happy user. Last week the following message reached us:

Doing some work on an SMB server and we are having such difficulty finding anything. We tried bridge, even spotlighting the entire server. This is a Fortune 500 company and me and my boss gave up on IT and started using EasyFind. Just wanted to share my thanks and praise. We have started just saying, “Squirrel It” for short. Personally I would make a mini site off of “Squirrel It” but that’s just me. Thanks for your hard work. (mehr)

9. Januar 2014

Mac Power Users episode 169

David Sparks and Katie Floyd of Relay FMs’s Mac Power Users popup: true podcast talk about tools and workflows for professionals in episode 169 and also mention DEVONthink popup: true.

David and Katie talk to Dr. Jeffery Taekman, a physician, researcher and educator at Duke. Jeff takes us through his various workflows for getting work done in his profession including using his iPad in his medical practice. (mehr)