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Doo.net: File organizer and indexer (Read 5201 times)
Joel Orr
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Doo.net: File organizer and indexer
Jul 23rd, 2013, 3:32pm
 
I downloaded this free app a couple of days ago. It indexed all the docs on my Mac, in my Dropbox, in my Google Drive, and in my SkyDrive. It shows them to me in an astonishing variety of ways.

iOS and Android apps are "coming soon." It claims good security.

I'd been considering DevonThink and EagleFiler, but this seems to do as well or better--for free.

Your thoughts?
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Re: Doo.net: File organizer and indexer
Reply #1 - Jul 25th, 2013, 5:08pm
 
What is the connection with Tinderbox?
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Re: Doo.net: File organizer and indexer
Reply #2 - Jul 25th, 2013, 8:34pm
 
Tangential. People who use TB, I am guessing, have more than the average interest in keeping track of things. Just sharing a discovery. It's free, no commercial interest on my part.

Also, I may have read the topic section heading too quickly, and related to "off the wall" but not to "feature ideas." Smiley
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Re: Doo.net: File organizer and indexer
Reply #3 - Jul 28th, 2013, 10:05am
 
I think mentioning interesting software is fine.  But of course, readers might wonder if there's a very specific Tinderbox integration they'd overlook, and hence Paul Walter's question.
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