Using Nimbus Note to get things done or Nimbus Note and GTD

GTD (Getting Things Done) is a time management method developed by a productivity consultant and  writer that authored a book by the same name, David Allen.

The main principle of GTD states – one should not overburden themselves with what needs to be done rather than just add it to the list. All attention should be focused on actually completing a single task at hand.

Source: http://www.truenorthleadership.com/getting-things-done-art-stress-free-productivity/

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Nimbus Note Update for PC – new tag panel and fixed bugs

In the new version of Nimbus Note we significantly improved working with tags and fixed many annoying bugs.

Download Nimbus Note for PC – https://nimbus.everhelper.me/nimbus-note-windows.php

 New tag panel

We know that may users did not like the old way of adding tags. In the new version we added another, more simple and convenient way. Now adding tags does not happen in a separate window rather than on the tag panel. You can add tags  yourself or choose from suggested variants. Just the way it was with the old tag panel, you can select a few tags at once. An important thing to mention – suggested tags are sorted in the same way as on the tag list.

We would also like to remind you that besides adding and editing, there are other ways you can work with tags in Nimbus Note:

– searching for notes by tags;
operations with tags, such as selecting multiple tags and excluding tags;
– quick access to note list by double clicking on a tag.

and a lot more.

Besides the tag aspect, we fixed many other bugs:

– Fixed issue with values changing when lists were scrolled through;

– Fixed issue with the note getting messed up when the bin was emptied;

– Fixed issue with reminders going off from out of the bin;

– Fixed issues with links in Only for reading mode;

– Improved performance when images are inserted in a note;

– Fixed issue with tags not getting deleted on the app after being deleted from the server;

– Possibility to hide/show tags without notes;

– Fixed other problems;

Saved Replies – your trusty aide when using Gmail

Hundreds of people contact our support service daily. Many questions are nearly identical and naturally so are the answers to them. However, time still has to be spent to type the answer. We couldn’t tolerate this waste of time for long and came up with Saved Replies – an app for Gmail. You can use it to create quick replies and insert them in your outgoing messages. For the app to work, a Nimbus Note account must be used, so all your replies are synchronized and you can use them on any computer.

It’s worth mentioning that you can insert in your letter not just the text, but any note from your Nimbus Note account, e.g. pictures, tables etc.

Download Saved Replies for Google Chrome – https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/saved-replies-for-gmail/iglfdlfjjmcphmpmiapdepabedcbmiba?hl=en

New web-client version

We are happy to announce another web client update. In this version over 80 bugs and erros were fixed, plus we added quite a few new features:

– the line element in the editor;
– possibility to highlight text with a marker;
– undo/redo feature in the editor;
– improved note printout;
– auto-recognition of font type and size;
– improved performance of attachments;
– error with incorrect time displayed in the note – fixed;

and a lot more. Overall, the web client is more stable and quick now. If you spot any errors or issues, please contact our support service right away.

Nimbus Note web-client – https://nimbus.everhelper.me/client/

Nimbus Clipper and Pocket integration

We are excited to announce integration of Nimbus Note with a service for saving articles called Pocket. Now you will be able to save your articles to both services at once while using the full capacity of Pocket parsers known for perfectly processing articles from most websites.

How does it work?

Users of the Android clipper will be the first to get take advantage of the new feature. A new option was added to the list – Save Article with Pocket. When you click on it, you will be taken to the preview and will be able to log in Pocket, after which all your articles will automatically save to your account. Right there you will also be able to save articles to Nimbus Note.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Very soon we will be adding the option of saving simultaneously to Nimbus Note, Pocket and our other apps.

Download Nimbus Clipper for Android – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fvd.nimbus&hl=en

New Nimbus Note for iPhone – web-cliper and timeout for passcode

Nimbus Web Clipper now in iPhone

Saving various information from the internet is one of the most popular features in Nimbus Note. While special separate clippers are used for desktop browsers, we decided not to make a separate app for iPhone, packing the clipper right into the app itself.

By tapping on the Web-clipper icon you get to our browser and can open the internet page  you need. At that point you can:

– Save an article from a site (similar to Pocket or Instapaper);
– Save just the selected text fragment;
– Save a screenshot of the internet page;

You can also set folder and tags for your future note.

 

You can set time-out for the pass code feature.

The pass code feature is undoubtedly useful if you do not want for anyone else to gain access to your notes. But it may not be very convenient to be asked for the pass code every time when opening the app. In the new version of Nimbus Note you can set the pass code timeout yourself.

Download Nimbus Note for iPhone – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nimbus-note-notes-to-do-lists/id828918459?mt=8

A few tips on using Nimbus Web Clipper

Nimbus Clipper  is a powerful yet simple to use tool to save information from the internet. However, we noticed on several occasions that some of our users experience problems when using the app or are not using it efficiently enough. We came up with a few tips that will help you work with Nimbus Clipper more productively.

Download Nimbus Web Clipper – https://nimbus.everhelper.me/clipper.php

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