Springnote is a handy collaboration tool that gives users a place to store notes and ideas online. The user is given access to a dashboard that includes personal and group notebooks. Each notebook is another work area that the user can manage on their own or with others. Personal notebooks can be customized so that pages can be shared if the user wants to collaborate with others. When working with a group notebook, every member of the group can read, write and share information. Users can invite others to join a group notebook and send messages to an entire group when necessary. Users can organize notebooks by adding identifying titles. Watch lists let users keep up on the most recent status of each notebook.Show more screenshots »
Springnote was introduced in 2010 by Openmaru Studio. The application has received some attention from internet users and offers a variety of handy tools. Users can access Springnote in multiple languages and collaborate with others easily using the convenient sharing and group tools built into the application. Springnote isn’t the most popular application of its kind, but it is among one of the most useful for many users.
The idea of taking notes online isn’t a new one. Many applications let users create, edit and share thoughts and ideas on an open space. Springnote includes built in collaboration tools that let users keep their notes private or share them with an entire group. Users can easily keep an entire group informed of updates and changes through group messages as well as shared note pages. The application doesn’t offer anything cutting edge, but has put together all the tools a user could need to save and share their work online.
Springnote relies on functionality over sophisticated graphics and dazzling color schemes. The application presents the user with a gentle blue and orange environment that contains no flashy images or visual elements. Each feature is very straightforward, allowing the user to focus on what they came for: the pages containing their notes. The design isn’t going to win any awards, but it manages to offer a good balance of visual appeal and practical layout.
New users can click the orange “Sign Up” link in the upper, right hand corner of the page to register. The registration form on the next page asks for an ID, password, email address and nickname. After checking the terms of service and access permissions boxes at the bottom of the form, the user can submit it using the blue “Create an Account” button. If users begin to receive a “word verification is incorrect” error, they can contact Springnote for further instructions.
Springnote is available to all users for free. This is definitely a great way to encourage users to try the service and invite others to collaborate. The user receives access to all current features and can save as many pages of notes as they need to. There are no account restrictions or limitations. The user can access their account from any computer with an internet connection, no downloads are required.
The inherent simplicity of Springnote makes it an application of choice for many. In can be used in schools for posting lectures, discussing topics, for submitting homework, and to provide a feedback, thereby offering a novel and modern way of learning. Springnote allows listing of all the important tasks that may call for proper planning and is highly recommended if you need arrange any event.