Springnote – Free Online Notebook Based on Wiki
Springnote is a free online notebook based on wiki. It allows you to create pages, to work on them together with your friends, and to share files. It is also a great tool for group projects as it allows group members to easily collaborate. Advanced search, numerous templates, and 2GB of free File Storage are only few examples of how Springnote can help you. Of course, you already know that Springnote is an Internet service, meaning you can access it from anywhere anytime.
Springnote is an OpenID enabled web application that combines the elements of wiki, word processing, and file organization into an easy, simple, and intuitive user experience. Also Springnote gives users a variety of access options from sharing, having collaborators, and creating a private or public notebook. You can organize all the information you need at your fingertips. Not only you can keep your pages private to yourself, but also you can create public pages where anyone can come to edit and view.
Springnote Key Features
- Notebook Creation: Springnote gives users the options to choose from 3 different notebook types with different attributes.
- Springnote Editor: Going beyond WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get) and moving towards (What You See Is What You Mean) allows users to easily create and edit pages.
- Dashboard: An area where users can see the current status of notebooks with ownership, joined Group Notebooks, and Notebooks on their Watch List.
- Page Hierarchy System: With this system, page organization can’t get easier. Organize your pages in a tree-menu style structure where you can drag and drop pages into other pages to create sub-pages.
- 2GB File Storage: All notebooks in Springnote get 2GB of free file storage for users to add images and files. There’s no limit on the number of notebooks & pages you can make.
- Effortless Linking: Adding a link to another Springnote is assisted with an auto-complete feature. Creating a link to a page that doesn’t exist will automatically create the page
- Open API: Springnote’s Open API allows developers to create various mashups and meet other developers from all over the world.
- OpenID Authentication: Users can use their existing OpenID when registering for a Springnote account.
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