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04.02.2016 07:40 Alter 2 Jahre
Von: Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann

DEVONthink 2.8.9 supports folder tags, makes capturing smarter

Coeur d'Alene (Idaho, USA), February 4th, 2016. — DEVONtechnologies, LLC updates all editions of its intelligent information and document manager DEVONthink as well as the smart notebook DEVONnote. DEVONthink 2.8.9 supports folders tags when importing or exporting, names captured items smarter, and adds better support for fullscreen window mode. All editions fix a number of issues too. The updates are free and recommended for all users.

Version 2.8.9 of DEVONthink and DEVONnote now import Finder tags of folders too. DEVONthink supports folder tags also for indexed folders. When exporting, both applications assign tags created in their databases to folders, too.

The maintenance update also lets users make document windows fullscreen on OS X El Capitan. DEVONthink 2.8.9 supports dragging images to formatted notes. It also names captured items smarter, e.g. images, bookmarks, or notes. Formatted notes are based on simple HTML with embedded images. They are portable and can be viewed on all operating systems using a web browser.

Sharing data with e.g. Tinderbox 6.4 is now more compatible. DEVONthink Pro Office's built-in web sharing asks less often for passwords and reloads data more intelligently. Data entered into the Take Note panel is no longer lost when the window or the whole application is accidentally closed. Finally, both DEVONthink and DEVONnote 2.8.9 offer an option to quickly restore the fonts preferences to factory settings. The updates also fix issues and improve reliability and performance.

"Some people prefer folders, some prefer tags. Basically files and folders are just different presentations of the same information. DEVONthink started offering tags a long time ago. And because 'no data is left behind' is one of our main goals, DEVONthink has supported OS X tags since Apple introduced them with Mavericks. Version 2.8.9 now removes remaining friction by adding import and export of folder tags, too," comments Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann, President of DEVONtechnologies.

Availability and pricing

All editions of DEVONthink as well as DEVONnote require an Intel-based Mac and OS X 10.8.5 or later (in the App Store: OS X 10.9 or later). They can be downloaded from www.devontechnologies.com and be test-driven for free before they need to be properly licensed. DEVONthink Personal and DEVONnote are also available in the App Store; DEVONthink can be purchased in bundles with DEVONagent for an attractive bundle price in DEVONtechnologies' online shop.

  • DEVONthink Pro Office: US $149.95
  • DEVONthink Pro: US $79.95
  • DEVONthink Personal: US $49.95 (App Store: $49.99)
  • DEVONnote: US $24.95 (App Store: $24.99)

More information

Customers find more information about our apps on the DEVONtechnologies website. Eric Böhnisch-Volkmann also posts news, opinions, previews, and public betas in his blog Devonian Times.

Corporate background

DEVONtechnologies LLC creates end-user and server applications for the Mac and iOS platforms that enhance productivity, organization, and user experience with unique artificial intelligence technology. All applications are focused on both ease of use and satisfying the needs of even the most savvy users. The underlying DEVONtechnology is a flexible and versatile foundation that can be used for a large range of purposes from databases, data mining, and information retrieval to human-computer interfaces. DEVONtechnologies LLC was founded 2002 and incorporated 2004, and is today headquartered in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, USA.
More information: www.devontechnologies.com.

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