WhizFolders is a list-based Outliner and Organizer for all your notes, ideas and writing projects. A powerful outlining list of notes encourages you to break your thoughts in pieces and arrange them in a hierarchy. The result is a quick overview of where you are in the note-taking process and what you want to tackle next.
Combine note-taking with outlining and you end up thinking, writing and reviewing your notes faster. The outlining list in WhizFolders helps in all kinds of writing and note-taking activities whether you are learning a new subject or brainstorming your thoughts.
Learning from the tutorials on the web or from PDF files? You can make effective notes, outlined in the sequence that makes more sense to you. You can also insert links to the original tutorial for reference.
Researching any subject is easier with outlining of notes. You can better organize the collected text, pictures and links from web sites and books in the outlining list. The feature "watch clipboard" can make your job easier by looking for incoming copies in the clipboard and pasting them as notes automatically.
Major features include--a rich text editor that also lets you insert pictures, tables and OLE objects, intuitive copy paste of notes, web clippings with source reference, hyperlinks to connect notes and to open external files and web sites, automated pastes, logical search for words, keyword tags, word compatible RTF export and an Audit database to recover accidentally changed notes. The advanced outlining features include a word-wrapped outlining list of note titles with drag and drop support, color-highlighting, hoisting and hiding and a view combined outline feature.
If you are a writer, begin your writing project in this writer's outliner for improved productivity. This is also an outline software for writers that uses a new list-based outlining approach. Better writing involves being able to cope with new ideas as and when they strike you. With WhizFolders, you can write your ideas in pieces, outline them with drag and drop, and merge then to make a document for your word processor. If you think about it, a word processor is only needed for formatting and fine tuning your manuscript and not as a writing, outlining and research tool.