Dienstag, 5. Februar 2019

Outliner V3.0.0, Sync Treeline

Treeline is a cool, free, open source desktop Outliner available for Windows, Linux and Mac. It has a long tradition, is very stable and the developer carefully decides which features make sense.

Outliner (PRO only) syncs with Treeline via Dropbox.

That means: Outliner users have a free Desktop Outliner and Treeline users have "Treeline for Android" (at least for a defined subset of Treeline's features).

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Connect Outliner with your Dropbox account (Settings, Synchronization, Dropbox).
Simply set up an Outline within Outliner and choose "Config Outline, Synchronization, Treeline Dropbox", change something and close the Outline. Open the Outline with Treeline on your Desktop in the Dropbox folder "Apps, outliner, treeline".

Detailed information with a how to and with the explanation of the synced fields is found in the Tutorial.

Tip:
Outliner's PRO version has a context menu "Subtree" when you long tap an activity in the list of activities. This lets you cut/copy/paste/sort/share subtrees.

General Info here.
Version History here. 

Get it on Google Play

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2 Kommentare:

PhoneDaddy hat gesagt…

https://android-pro.blogspot.com/2018/03/a-beginners-guide-to-android.html?showComment=1647280637263#c8910428887962643917

The Red Herring hat gesagt…

Hello,

I love your product, but iI Find it a bit limited for my needs. I use it to write full outlines on the fly particularly technical in nature: engineering, physics, as well as, outlines for the writing I do.

As a writing tool, I like to use it to jot down and then flesh out magazine articles on economics, social commentary, history, humorous takes, and creative authoring. I always need to transfer my outlines to one of four PC products for further work.

The first is Word which is fairly straightforward; the easiest way is to share an HTML file that comes through as a formatted outline in appearance; it must then be formatted manually. It is a chore.

The second way is a mind mapping program called The Brain that can import from FreeMind (mm files), MindManager (map files), TheBrain files, Text Outlines (txt, no formatting).

The third product is Scrivener, an authoring program, and

another mindmap is called Scapple. The last two items are from Literature and Latte
at https://www.literatureandlatte.com/.