Archive for September, 2017

Get our software for less at Club MacStories

Club MacStories

Out friends over at MacStories celebrate two years of their Club MacStories. This members area gives access to exclusive MacStories content with weekly and monthly newsletters and more. It’s a great way to support MacStories — and for a limited time also to get some great software for a good price. The deals are available until tomorrow, September 30th, so it’s still to sign up! Click here to check out what’s in their anniversary offer.

DEVONthink To Go supports iOS 11 productivity features

DEVONthink To Go Drag-and-Drop

Our update to DEVONthink To Go 2.3 is dedicated to iOS 11 and its enhancements. With drag-and-drop you effortlessly organize your documents inside DEVONthink To Go and or transfer them back and forth between apps. The new Files app lets you access all your documents from a central place that integrates also other file providers such a iCloud Drive or Dropbox. Keep your most used groups always at hands with the new Favorites smart group. Items marked as favorites in the Files app...

Tuesday Tip: Contacts in DEVONthink

One of the less noticed import options in DEVONthink is the ability to import contacts from your address book. There are three formats you can import in. Import a contact as a link to have a record that updates with any changes you make. Maybe someone moves and you update their address. Or there’s a new addition to the family and you add a child’s name to the notes on their card. The next time you view their card in...

iOS 11 Beta user? Join our Test Flight!

DEVONthink To Go running on iOS 11

You’re using DEVONthink To Go and already running iOS 11 Public Beta on your iPad or iPhone? We’d love to show you what we’ve prepared for iOS 11 and hear your feedback! iOS 11 will be released September 19th, 2017. We have closed sign-up for the iOS 11 beta phase. Thank you for your interest and support.

Tuesday Tip: Create your own templates

DEVONthink comes with a variety of pre-built templates for various things, like taking a phone note, making an annotation file, or even creating a project. But what if you have a need but no template? You can easily create your own. Perhaps you have an RTF file you duplicate and reuse because it is styled as you like it. Add that as a template. Or maybe you have a Markdown document with custom CSS you like to use. Add that...