DEVONthink and DEVONagent in the blogs and podcasts

It’s time again to share three great mentioning of our products. Writer and blogger Ben Elijah shares his experiences with productivity tools and habits and says about DEVONthink:

DEVONthink is, in my ways, the epitome of the ideal info dump. You can drag pretty much any kind of file into the app and it will make sense of it. […] DEVONthink’s secret weapon: the “See Also & Classify” function. When you select an item in your DEVONthink database and enable See Also & Classify, you will see a dossier of items which relate to whatever you’ve selected. This can include any file type. It’s a game-changer.

David Sparks mentions, among many other great tools and tips, DEVONthink in episode #300 of the Mac Power Users podcasts:

We’ve had a lot of guest recently talking about DEVONthink and  I am seriously considering folding that into my day job in a big way.

Finally, researcher and blogger Christian Jorion starts using DEVONagent Pro for his studies:

Chercheur, juriste, étudiant, journaliste… nombreux sont les métiers qui trouveront, avec DEVONagent Pro, un outil vraiment indispensable pour leurs recherches sur la Toile.

We just love that our software is not only being bought by people but actually being used and proves to be useful.

2 Responses to “DEVONthink and DEVONagent in the blogs and podcasts”

  1. Hi there.

    I run a FaceBook page with historical pictures of the city of Arnhem, Netherlands.

    https://www.facebook.com/arnhem.nostalgischnederland

    It runs for about 3 years now, and contains a lot of pictures. Also I have a huge collection of pictures still to be published. I manage all this with DEVONthink Pro Office. I tag the pictures with year taken, streetname, kind of picture (building, shop, people etc.). This enables me to have a quick check if e.g. I did not publish a picture earlier. It also enables me to quickly find pictures throuthout the years to show the development over the years of a certain street or area. It also enables me to quickly find an answer on questions that come in via the page. And that are many queastions: the page has 12.000 and some Likes :-).

    I most certainly would not be able to run this community in an efficient tway without DEVONthink Pro Office. Great software!

    Kind regards,
    Peter Bloemendaal
    Moderator FaceBook Oud-Arnhem.

  2. jneumann says:

    Wonderful! Thanks for sharing that, Peter. For 3.5 years I have run DEVONtech Support directly out of a DEVONthink database. I spend 90% of my working day in the application. And though nowhere near the size of your collection, I create our Twitter Tip o’ The Day in this database. This allows me to see whether I posted something and search if I’ve already posted on a subject, etc. It’s an amazing app!
    :^)

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