You know those yellow "sticky notes" that we all use to jot down notes and reminders? Or the typical 3 by 5 index cards? We use them all the time -- placing them in books, stuffing them into shirt pockets, wallets, tacking them to computer screens, placing them on telephones, filing them in a box, etc. But there is a limit to what you can do with a sticky notes and index cards.
Snip-Its serves the same purpose as these small pieces of paper. Snip-its can be used as a thought organizer, or as a free-style database. Its a very flexible application that has many uses.
What can you do with Snip-Its?
Lots! If you are a writer, you can use Snip-Its to store notes, and create the outline to your literary work. It's ideal for writers wanting to gather facts, bibliographical entries, notes quotations and even first drafts. If you are a software support technician, you can use Snip-Its to create a "Frequently Asked Questions" database of answers. Here are screen snapshots of a few more examples.
Snip-Its allows you to store your notes, emails, texts, hyperlinks - any kind of text data - in a hierarchical manner. Some more examples of how you could use Snip-Its include...
Storing bank account numbers, PINs, addresses and phone numbers
Creating to-do lists
Daily activity logs
Snip-Its has hundreds of other potential uses!
Snip-Its has the look and feel of the familiar Windows' Explorer. You can easily rearrange to the outline tree by dragging and dropping folders.