By Aderstedt Software AB
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Collaborative brainstorming using sticky notes is a method for holding productive meetings to collaboratively develop ideas. A session begins with participants taking a few moments to write ideas on sticky notes. These notes are then categorized and discussed by the group. It's a great method, but not without flaws. Flaws that our application addresses.
Having all information on the computer lets you hook up a projector so that everyone can see what is going on. It also lets you easily save your work afterwards.
Group notes into categories. Assign different colors to notes. Add axes to provide additional meaning and points of reference. Export the results as formatted text or just print the information as shown on the screen.
Participants with Macs can use our dedicated client to wirelessly send in virtual sticky notes to the session host. Using Apple's Bonjour technology, no configuration or setup is required as long as each computer is on the same WiFi network.
Participants with iPhones can also use them to send virtual notes using our free iPhone client.
What's New in Version 1.6
- Fix a crashing issue on Mac OS X versions prior to 10.9.
Want to love it
Such a great idea and super simple app, but for some reason its really hard to use. It does not zoom in and out on screen properly, so I can't see what I've typed once I've got more than 6 sticky notes going. Really frustrating and not worth $20.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Dec 19, 2013
- Version: 1.6
- Size: 3.8 MB
- Languages: English, Swedish
- Seller: Aderstedt Software AB
- © Aderstedt Software AB
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.8 or later, 64-bit processor