Personal Wiki Software that allows you to connect and review your notes by inserting Links. The Trial download contains a Tutorial file with sample links.
A Personal Wiki Software should have a variety of ways to insert hyperlinks.
1Insert link in a note that when clicked goes to another note in the same or a different notebook.
2Insert link in a note that when clicked goes to a web site.
3Insert link in a note that when clicked opens an external document file in its application. For example, you can open an Excel document in Microsoft Excel. A link can also open a folder if needed.
4All above links can also be inserted in the List of notes to so that when you double-click on an item, it opens the link for you. So you can make a bookmark manager or document launcher by using such a list.
Easy insertion of links is supplemented with the ability to manage and move the notes just by their "titles." What are the advantages?
You get the Power of Multi-selection of notes when doing many operations like move, merge, export, print and more.
Less scrolling is required to copy or drag notes from one place to another.
Get a Quick Overview of the notes present in this easily-scrollable, compact list of the note titles.
Combine note-taking with outlining and you end up thinking, writing and reviewing your notes faster.
Outlining means, you organize your notes in a hierarchical list as shown in the left pane. The outlining list in WhizFolders helps in all kinds of writing and note-taking activities whether you are learning a new subject or brainstorming your thoughts.
Learning from the tutorials on the web or from PDF files?
You can make effective notes, outlined in the sequence that makes more sense to you.
You can also insert links to the original tutorial for reference as shown in the picture.
Researching any subject is easier with outlining of notes
You can better organize the collected text, pictures and links from web sites and books in the outlining list of WhizFolders. The feature "watch clipboard" can make your job easier by looking for incoming copies in the clipboard and pasting them as notes automatically.
Make your own text applications with WhizFolders
Realize the power you get when you combine an easy to use outlining list with a capable rich text editor. See the presentation at the end of this page to get an idea of the kind of applications possible, as shown in the picture.
Connect related notes with links
This is a slide from the presentation that shows how you can connect related notes by inserting links in the text and in the list of notes. For more details, please look at the presentation at the end of this page.
Make a simple free-format To Do List
This is a slide from the presentation that shows how you can make a To Do List of Notes by using the features of drag and drop and check marks. For more details, please look at the presentation at the end of this page.
Make a free-format Textual Calendar
This is a slide from the presentation that shows how you can use a Textual Calendar of notes in WhizFolders. A free calendar can be downloaded from WhizFolders blog. For more details, please look at the presentation at the end of this page.
Many more features in WhizFolders
Assign keyword tags to notes and find a group of notes easily.
There are many more features and you will find a list of the distinguishing features of WhizFolders later on this page. Be sure to read them in detail. Remember, you can download a trial version of the program anytime to try out all these features.
The Trial has all the features, quickly installs and supports Windows 10 / 8 / 7.
Whether you are using a Personal Wiki Software for writing, research or study, there is always a need to constantly connect your notes with links and to rearrange in order to make better sense of them. See many examples, later on this page.
The idea in WhizFolders is to manage and move the notes just by their "titles." You can select multiple notes by their titles easily and move them.
This is not possible in an Editor or Word Processor where you can not make multi-selections to include different sections of a document.