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New and easy way to organize information MyInfo 4.01 MyInfo is a personal-reference information manager. It helps you collect, organize, edit, store, and find personal information like documents, random notes, and project-support materials. It is a valuable tool for everyone who uses GTD, serving as a reference-management system for electronic documents.

First impression - "A whole new paradigm" I realised that my filing problems are partly caused by using paper and electronic files equally - but not being clear what is in which form and not making the effort to keep either form tidy. I looked for a simple tool that would help me track what was on the disc and in my filing cabinet.The ability to pull in a folder and file structure is a new concept and a real bonus in Myinfo, I haven't see it anywhere else. It takes a chunk of the work out of indexing my files.Now I would suggest some ...





Always have your benefits information with MyBenefits 1.1.1 Always have your benefits information with you when you need it! MyBenefits allows you to access your benefit plans and the organizations that service them when you are on the go. With the Mobile ID card, you'll always have your updated plans and carrier information right on your phone. In addition, you have the ability to e-mail this information with a click of the button. Other MyBenefits features include: ยท View detailed summaries of the




Store all kinds of info in one place ActionOutline Lite 3.4 ActionOutline Lite helps you organize your bits of info into the intuitive outline form. The possibilities for its use are practically endless: to-do lists, recipes, project notes, personal contacts, bookmark lists, reports, term papers etc. Arrange items using keyboard or mouse, cut and paste branches, place checks or tags next to listed items, search and replace information, print data, link to web or local files and more.

For 25 years I've used the old DOS release of PC-Outline. I loved the transparent interface so much that I kept an old DOS computer running just to sort out my thoughts. I even talked to the code's owner about buying the rights to it altogether. So I was really surprised when I tried Action Outline Lite -- the intuitive keyboard commands felt like my old friend, and the split-screen layout allowed me to navigate and write and edit without having to page up or page down. This is the first real improvement over PCO I've seen.



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