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What do you use as a record/project book to keep track of projects.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by islandman1010, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. islandman1010

    islandman1010 Elite Member

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    Hi,

    I have never found a good solution and rely on some bits of paper, a few excel files and generally my own brain which is prone to forget things. What do you use to keep a track of what you do for each project. I really need something so that each time I do a scapebox blast or an Senuke project or buy some youtube views I can log in somewhere.

    Thanks
     
  2. elschlongo

    elschlongo Junior Member

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    I like to use evernote. I have it on my mobile phone, my macbook, and my PC. I can take as many notes as I like, update any projects I'm working on, add pictures, take screen shots, save links, voice notes, and whole bunch of other stuff I can't think of at the moment. If i make a change on one device, I can see that on the others and it snycs automatically. The free version gives you like a gigabyte or 2 of storage, which is a ton of storage for notes and links.

    I used to use excel and notepad and jot down ideas on scraps of paper that I would always lose. I like to record voice memos on my way into work too, so I had a separate folder on my computer. I tried to keep it all together in google drive, but it was always a hassle to remember what file was recorded and what was in each.

    Evernote just makes everything much more organized for me.
     
  3. Panther28

    Panther28 Elite Member

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    I use a single google spreadsheet, and keep all the methods i use on their own sheets, and then i have each point that i need to remember to apply to a particular website at the top of each column, and then every new website goes on a new row, and i can just follow along the points.

    Using a spreadsheet gives you total control, and nothing could beat it. Since nobody really owns a spreadsheet, you don't have to worry about paying for it and upgrades.
     
  4. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    I ues evernote and toodledo (http://www.toodledo.com/).

    Toodledo allows you to put a project online for coloration purposes, so your vendors can update the project and give you an overview of progress in one place.