Hello Everyone and Questions!

  1. 2 years ago

    Hi! I'm an ancient original Texnotes user. and then TexNotes Pro user. I am kinda sick of Evernote not clipping my data (clip failed) so many times. I want to move everything out of there.

    I. I'm on the eval version. I tried importing my old TexNotes Pro documents. I have to say, a LOT of my documents were blank! I don't actually have the time to check them and copy and paste, one by one. There are so many. Some are simple handwritten notes by me (like, a recipe that is from my friend). I'd have no idea why this simple note wouldn't import. Is there a suggestion as to what I should do to ensure all are copied into doogiePIM? I could try again as is, but I'm afraid it would produce similar results. Maybe there's something I've missed.

    II. Another question I have is, I use Android a LOT (as I'm sure many do). There does not seem to be an Android app. How are other folks syncing or getting their data onto their PC database? I don't mind a bit of tinkering, but I don't want it difficult or cumbersome - there's not enough time to tinker with everything anymore and things need to be easy. Was just wondering how others do it.

    III. Also will there ever be a clipping tool? I find those extremely easy and convenient, rather than copying and pasting my stuff off the web.

    Other options I'm currently using that are similar to doogiePIM but just for documents, are Ema Personal Wiki and Joplin. Both have Android counterparts and sync. They are very simple but work. They're just for documents. I wouldn't mind just a document save to doogiePIM.

    I'd really love to come back to this package and control all my data. I had such fun with TexNotes.

  2. BiteSpire

    20 Jul 2019 Administrator

    You mention you had hand written notes. Were these notes in a graphical format? as doogiePIM will only take the text of TexNotes into the Documents area.

    There is no Android version available, as yet. Some development has been done but has been deferred to concentrate on the prime reason for doogiePIM being a local database that is securely stored on a single storage area.

    Yes, a better Web Research clipping tool is on the horizon, enabling users to grab data from the web pages and insert quickly into Documents and Notes.

    I hope you find more of the features of doogiePIM to be useful and thank you for your questions.


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