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 appear here as well of course. Finally, Siri has learned how to create new notes in DEVONthink To Go, too. And this is, by far, not all that’s new in version 2.3. Read the full news here.

We recommend this free update to all users. Update your copy through the App Store app or receive the update automatically, depending on your App Store settings.

5 Responses to “DEVONthink To Go supports iOS 11 productivity features”

  1. Gabriella says:

    When I opened DEVONThink To Go after the update, I got a black screen with “updating database” and a spinning wheel. After a while the message that my databases were damaged beyond repair and that I had to resync everything with my Mac DEVONThink. First time this happened to me. I hope that’s not an issue with this update.

  2. darwin says:

    Here “updating database” as well, but working fine after that. At first it didn`t sync, but since restarting the ipad, it works nicely.

  3. Steffi says:

    Here the same but without Spinning wheel – only black screen on IPhone.

  4. Cassady says:

    Same – updated, and immediately opened Files, only to be met with blank screen. Occurred to me that I hadn’t even opened DTTG yet, which I then did.

    Was greeted with the “What’s New” message, a quick update of the DB. Somewhere between all of this, I figured I would restart the iPad, just to clear things out. Not sure if that did the trick, or my having opened DTTG for the 1st time, but thereafer Files worked as expected, and found everything intact!

    Looking good – this is going to be very useful going forward!

  5. @ Gabriella: We’re sorry for that. The datastore migration is fully conducted by iOS itself. If you haven’t reinstalled the software could you please connect your device to your Mac, access it with iTunes, switch to the File Sharing area, and send us the Console.log file? Please send us email to support(at) to continue this support case.

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