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good way to get organised?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by NoWhErE, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. NoWhErE

    NoWhErE BANNED BANNED

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    Currently i'm keeping a huge Excel list of all my passwords, logins, etc.

    Have you guys got a better way to keep your shit organised? Right now it seems like a huge mess to me. I'd like to be able to organise by project/site.

    Like I said, I currently do it with excel, but there's got to be a better solution out there.
     
  2. gagandeep4687

    gagandeep4687 Junior Member

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    There is no need to save them , Firefox do it For you , Create a separate Firefox profile for each project , with all plugins installed ,user-id passwords for that project , bookmarks etc and anything you need ,

    While working on any project select that profile in firefox

    Here is command which i use in Run to create and select profile

    Code:
    firefox.exe -ProfileManager
    Don't forget to take backups of your profile :tee:
     
  3. stick777

    stick777 Registered Member

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    Relying on FireFox is not the right thing to do.. computer crashes-everything gone....you want to login from another pc and can't remember them ect.
    I too wish there was an easier way but use excel too.
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  4. IamNomad

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  5. Bugalugs

    Bugalugs Regular Member

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    I use a series of backup systems.
    1. A lot of old fashioned card files and boxes ( handwritten)
    2. Roboform (superb management of PW)
    3. External HD info backup.
    4. Excel files
    5. Ring binder files of the super important stuff.

    While these are not management systems they are backup systems in case my PC fails and it has twice, so it may be a case of overkill but the hours put in to research everything is worth it to not have to do it again as well as the inconvenience caused.

    Bugs:D
     
  6. NoWhErE

    NoWhErE BANNED BANNED

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    I've been thinking of getting something like password safe to put on a flash drive. I'd rather not use firefox plugins though since I constantly have 20 windows open when working and FF will boggle down my computer like crazy.

    Thats why I use Chrome.
     
  7. m0nd0

    m0nd0 Junior Member

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    Password safe is good, but i prefer the old fashion way, handwrite important pass and secure them in a box, and for usual or operational (im work) passwords i just use excel.
     
  8. Doldarm

    Doldarm Newbie

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    The best way is to use Roboform you can save all you passwords, save notes plus its more secure than anything else all passwords encrypted

    Also it will save you LOT of time when you fill forums and register in any sites
     
  9. richjerkoff

    richjerkoff Junior Member

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    I hear the IM Index by Alex Goodall is great for organizing all your internet marketing stuff on your PC. It can save you a lot of time searching for stuff that you downloaded or even BOUGHT.
     
  10. kruzman

    kruzman Registered Member

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    I save all my data on editgrid. It is one of the most sophisticated systems I have ever seen. All your data resides online and password protected.