The list.it team is proud to announce the release of list.it version 0.4.0. We’ve been working hard on it and we’re ready to release it to you!
Most of these features were strongly influenced from feedback from our users. If you have any feedback of your own (feature suggestions, bug reports, questions, comments) please contact us through our new Google Group at http://groups.google.com/group/list-it or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember, list.it is open source and our code is hosted here, so please take a look if you are interested. We also have a list of features we’re currently working on in the Issues section of the site, and we’re always looking for more.
For help in understanding some of our more useful features, we have created a short tutorial movie you can find on the list.it project site or by clicking “About” at the top of the list.it window.
This version also contains quite a few new and exciting features:
- Notes can be re-ordered! (drag them by their dot)
- Faster and lighter code.
- Improved synchronization.
- Quick re-searches using the re-search tab
- Undelete (dustbin)
- Enabled click-and-hold-to-select notes
- Changed sidebar (note) icon: Left-click icon to open listit, right-click now opens input panel
We hope list.it v0.4.0 will make for easier, better and happier note-taking!
Expect much more coming very soon.
We have 10,400 registered users!!
We’re always very excited to see list.it get mentioned in the press and we were elated when we saw that Le Monde’s website was featuring list.it as its top Technology story last week. I’ve been told the article was quite good.
This might help explain why we currently have 10,400 registered users of list.it. I would like to congratulate the list.it team (electronic Max, Michael Bernstein, Katrina Panovich and Mason Tang) for this achievement.