Any particular software to stay organized?

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  1. Allie Albatross

    Allie Albatross Junior Member

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    I sure have been on a question spree today. Just wanted to ask if anyone uses anything other than notepad and folders to keep organized with business plans, ideas, propositions and what-not. Do share.
     
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    I use a white board with dry erase markers. Its the easiest way for me to stay focused cuz that damn thing sticks out like a soar thumb in my dark blue painted room.

    Plus there not that expensive.
     
  3. kendra

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    Use Microsoft One-Note - great piece of software! It's like a massive notebook that easy amazingly easy to navigate through.
     
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    BlackPlagueIM Newbie

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    I use ClockingIT. Works almost as well as Basecamp, and it doesn't cost $50 a month.
     
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    meathead1234 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    Good old fashioned Notepad :D
     
  6. Allie Albatross

    Allie Albatross Junior Member

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    You know, I'm going to check Office Depot tomorrow and see how much one of those costs XD

    I actually just realized I have this installed. I've been playing around with it for about 20 minutes now. It just seems like an overly complicated version of notepad, just with tabs.


    I checked it out. I really like that time-line graph feature it has going for it.