Notefish simply allows use to highlight sections of webpages and send it to your project.
- Create as many projects as you like
- Create section headings in a project
- Drag and drop your notes around
- Add notes, hyperlinks, formatting to your notes
- Search your notes
- Share your notes
Here’s an example project.
I’ve been doing literature research for a client and presented my results in a Notefish project, all the clips are organised in section headings, and colour coded.
I also created a section heading for the top of the page and added my own clips (notes)…here I made a note for my email, another note for sources searched, another note as a message to the client, and another note for the research question.
The alternative is to use an Office 2.0 application, a wiki, or a MS Word file in our document management system (this way the word doc has a URL, and you can allow others to edit it).
I really like Notefish because there is no fuss clipping a section of a page, or making your own notes, then you can drag ‘n drop…it’s visually smoother.
Only limitation is that others cannot edit your project, they can only see it by invite, or your public version.