Replacement for Notesuite?

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by sunshinegirl, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. sunshinegirl macrumors newbie

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    Hi
    there used to be an app called "Notesuite" which automatically extractes the tasks/todos from a text and displayed them in a separate list. This was perfect for taking minutes in meetings and keeping tracks of tasks. Notesuite is discontinued some time ago. So my question is: there any other app that can do that ( in addition with support of tags, export to pdf and a minimalistic design/GUI ).

    Thank you for your suggestions !
     
  2. GerritV macrumors 65816

    GerritV

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    Notebooks: you can type notes and use a custom character (p.e. *) to indicate a task. When done writing, you can extract these phrases and create a task list from them. Like Notesuite, Notebooks too can handle notes and todo lists.
    Personally, I'm using MinuteTaker during meetings. It can send todo's to Things.

    If needed, Notebooks and Things are available on Mac as well.
     
  3. sunshinegirl thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thank you ! I tried Notebooks but didn't like it. MinuteTaker looks promising though esp. because I already have Things. But the price is quite high....
     
  4. GerritV macrumors 65816

    GerritV

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    You might also want to look at Meetings. From this app, you can email the action points as a simple text.

    I did a few of my team's meetings with both MinuteTaker and Meetings.
    Each time, I used the apps to send out the invitations with the meeting agenda, to take minutes during the meetings and finally send out the meeting minutes afterwards.
    When asked for feedback, their vote was unanymous: MinuteTaker.
    In the meantime, I share the meeting minutes directly from the app to our Google Drive. The workflow is really good.

    Just saying, to me it's worth the price. YMMV ;-)


    Feel free to comment on why you don't like Notebooks (I'm always eager to learn other's experiences).
     

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