What is an Outliner good for?
An Outliner (see Wikipedia article) is a tool to manage information in a hierachical way. This is similar to Mindmapping (English definition, German definition), with the major difference that the outline tree is not presented as a map, but as a nested list with indentations.
Some NoteCase Pro usage examples:
- Note collection:
No cluttering of notes on your desktop anymore
- Quick brainstorming:
Configurable keyboard shortcuts make usage very efficient
- Knowledge base / Information archive:
With excellent search features it's easy to find information
- Structuring, Authoring and Publishing:
Books, papers, quick website generation. Due to preset CSS style sheets, that can be embedded on exporting as HTML, NoteCase Pro can even be used as a CMS with nicely formatted HTML output. Just upload the output to your web server.
- Todo lists and advanced task management:
Incl. reminders, priorities, different task views, sorting etc.
- Advanced task management:
For example using the "Getting Things Done" Plugin
Using the strong file encryption feature for data privacy, date/timestamp journalizing features etc.
- Taking minutes of meetings or dialogues:
With CSS-supported HTML export feature you can rapidly generate a meeting report to be sent to the participants
- Password safe:
Using strong encryption
- Project management:
For documents with hierarchical structure ("breakdown structure"), and as a general project overview tool. Also for project task management using the "Getting Things Done" Plugin
- Anything else:
NoteCase Pro is scriptable, meaning that you can enhance NoteCase Pro by your own features easily
- And NoteCase Pro is even the development environment for NoteCase Pro Plugins:
e.g. using the "Plugin Developer Tools" Plugin