5 Tips Every Nimbus Note for Windows User Should Know

Here are a few tips to ease your work with Nimbus Note for Windows.

Nimbus Note for Windows is an note taking application that enables you to create and organize your notes in a comfortable manner.

1) Create screenshots easily and insert them in the current note

It is no secret that Nimbus Note is able to take screenshots. But I think that not everyone knows that you can quickly insert new screenshots into the note you are editing. To do this, you need to open Tray menu (right click on the program icon) and select Copy to current note in Capture Screen Options.

2) Open notes quickly with the current tag

Often there are situations when after opening a note with a tag you then need to find other notes with that tag. Of course, you can find a tag in the list, but it is quite time-consuming and inconvenient. In Nimbus Note you just need to double click on tag name in the note to see all notes with that tag.

3) Drag & Drop text files

You have some text files and you need to create new notes based on those files? No problem! Just drag and drop your files into the notes and the files’ contents will be automatically imported into the note.

4) Sort tags and folders by popularity

By default, all folders and tags are sorted by date, and in most cases it is quite convenient. But what if you have a lot of tags but regularly use only some of them? How can you find them quickly? It’s very simple: right click on All My Notes or Tags and select Resort by popular. At the top of the list you will see tags that you use most often.

5) Format Painter

This tool came to Nimbus Note from Microsoft Word. It allows users to perform a simple yet extremely useful function: take the formatting (font, size and color of the text) from one section of text to another. Just select the text you need, press on Format Painter button, and by using the mouse select the text to which you want to apply formatting. If formatting needs to be applied to different parts of the text, you need to hold down the Ctrl key and press the on Format Painter button. You can exit this mode by using ESC button.

Download Nimbus Note for Windows – http://nimbus.everhelper.me/nimbus-note-windows.php

Nimbus Screenshot with highlight feature and fonts for the Text instrument

We are happy to let you know a new version of Nimbus Screenshot for Chrome has been released. It’s available to you with a few nice features:

– Marker a.k.a. highlighter. You can highlight text fragments on a screenshot.

– Possibility to choose font for writing text.

– Possibility to create an active window screenshot of any other program (e.g. Photoshop or Skype).

Download Nimbus Screenshot for Google Chrome – https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/nimbus-screenshot/bpconcjcammlapcogcnnelfmaeghhagj?hl=en-US

We launched Nimbus Screenshot App for Google Chrome

We are excited to announce the release of Nimbus Screenshot App. Nimbus Screenshot App is different from our add-on Nimbus Screenshot in a number of ways:

1) It’s launched through the app panel in Google Chrome.

2) You can make a screenshot of just the active window. This is a disadvantage, on the one hand, as you will not be able to select a fragment of your screen or make a full page screenshot. On the other hand, you are no longer limited by the Google Chrome window, i.e. you can make a screenshot of a Skype of a Photoshop window.

3) Besides screenshots, you can also edit images from your computer. It’s not fully-featured Photoshop, obviously, but still pretty good.

The rest is familiar – same convenient functional editor that also allows saving your creations to Nimbus Note and Google Drive.

Link – https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/nimbus-screnshot-app/aecjogkncpbkjfobfnoaiepipllcadhe

 

We launched Nimbus Note channel on IFTTT

We are pleased to announce that a Nimbus Note channel appeared within the popular IFTTT service. At the moment, one action is available – creating a new note. IFTTT’s principle of operation is very simple. Each task, which is referred to as a ‘recipe’, consists of two parts – a ‘trigger’ and an ‘action’. The ‘trigger’ is a specific condition that results in execution of a specific  action.

Simply put, activation of a ‘trigger’ leads to execution of an ‘action’. – “If this… then that… ” One action is currently available for Nimbus Note – creating a new note. So, you can automatically send new e-mails from Gmail to Nimbus Note, as well as Github tasks or new articles from GetPocket.

Link – https://ifttt.com/nimbus_note

 

New version of Nimbus Note for Windows

We are pleased to announce the release of a new version of Nimbus Note for Windows.

What changed:

  • Export/Backup all your notes to HTML;
  • You can save any note to HTML;
  • Import notes from HTML;
  • Possibility to copy a picture from a note to the clipboard;
  • Bug fix for when the program froze upon inserting pictures into notes;
  • Bug fix for when the program remained on startup list even after being removed from there;
  • Bug fix for when the program crashed when restarting the system;

We would like to distinguish the possibility of a fully exporting your notes to HTML. You can save all notes in HTML, including separate notes only.  The new version also allows importing notes from HTML files. Not only text is imported, images as well.

Download Nimbus Note for Windows – http://nimbus.everhelper.me/nimbus-note-windows.php

New Nimbus Clipper for Android: “Material” design and Annotation of PDF-documents

Nimbus Clipper has long been a convenient assistant for our main application for making notes. With the help of our clipper, you can easily save an article from a website, take a screenshot, and edit a picture. Today we are pleased to present an upgraded version of our application featuring a new facility that allows users to work with PDF files, as well as new material design.

Work on the application

To create from scratch a new component for working with PDF files is a long and difficult process. Therefore, we decided to choose a ready-made product from among many available options. Initially, we planned to use a paid version and even tested toolkits by Foxit and Qoppa, but then we came across MuPDF and decided to use it. There are several reasons for this:

  • Open source code (which is actually the main reason);
  • Quite a large number of tools;

  • Stable operation (MuPDF can handle even fairly complex and large documents which turned out to be a too hard a nut to crack for Foxit).

 Annotation of PDF-documents

It is quite simple to work with annotation features of PDF documents in Nimbus Clipper. It is enough to click “Work with PDF” on the main screen and select a file through a convenient file manager. Next, you can add a comment to the text, point to a desired fragment using an arrow, or draw an arbitrarily chosen figure. It is also worth noting that it is possible to highlight a text with a highlighter or cross it out. At the end, the document can be saved to an SD-card or Nimbus Note.

Material design

 In accordance with the latest trends, we have updated the design to meet the latest “material” requirements. The problem was not the easiest one, as the design requires certain changes in the logic of the application and has to be done in such a way as to prevent users from experiencing any discomfort after switching from the previous version.

Major changes have taken place with regard to the browser, where we could not help adding a “floating” button which has already become a kind of symbol of all new design from Google. It is through this button, that you can now decide how to save a web page: just as an article, a selected fragment, or as a screenshot.


Like in the previous version, before being sent to Nimbus Note, the text can be seen in the previews.

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

 

Time and Locations Reminders for Nimbus Note for Android

We are pleased to announce that we have added a new reminder feature to our applications. This feature will help you finish your planned business in time. It is worth noting that reminders are the most requested feature, and our users asked us to create not only time-based reminders but also location-based reminders which we gladly did 🙂

 Time-based reminders

To add a new reminder to a note is very simple – just click on the corresponding icon in note preview and select the desired type: time-based or location-based. When you select a time-based reminder, you can set date and time for the application to remind you about the note. There is also a repeat function activated after a certain period of time.

Location-based reminders

Often there are situations when time-based reminders are useless as it may be not clear when you will get to a certain place. In such cases, location-based reminders will come in handy. They will give you an opportunity to not only focus on hours, minutes and seconds but also to receive reminders upon arrival to work or shop.

Location-based reminders are not complicated either – you just select a place (or find it through a search form) and put a pin on it … and that’s it. And when you get to that place, you will only have to wait for your notification from the application.

What’s next?

We have just started working on reminders, and so far they are only available to users of Nimbus Note on Android and Windows Phone. But we do not sit back and are going to add functionality to other platforms too.

Download Nimbus Note for Android – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bvblogic.nimbusnote

 

New version of Nimbus Note for Windows

Have you ever had to work with several notes simultaneously? Anyone who’s ever had this kind of experience knows first-hand how inconvenient switching between different documents or windows can be. At some point you begin to feel like a juggler, wasting time constantly jumping between the documents and yet moving towards the goal in tiniest steps.

We have supplied Nimbus Note with a new feature to allow conveniently working with several documents at the same time. In our Windows version of the program there is a tab system that will make your work much faster and more convenient, hence more efficient. The tab system allows working with notes from different folders simultaneously. You no longer have to jump between your notes, as all of them are now in plain sight.

Download Nimbus Note for Windows – http://nimbus.everhelper.me/nimbus-note-windows.php

Quick Notes feature for Nimbus Note for Google Chrome

We added new feature to Nimbus Note for Google Chrome – Quick Notes.

Often you need to be able to access specific information for its copying and pasting. This is what the Quick Notes folder is for. You save all the notes you will need later to it. Then you open the context menu on any Internet page (right-click) – Nimbus Note – Quick Notes and click on the note you need for its contents to be copied to clipboard.