The Agilix Binder, better known as the Agilix GoBinder, was a program for information management—a digital binder or notebook, that is. As a multimedia note-taking application, it could be used by just about anyone with a large amount of data to organize. Students, for instance, would find a good number of utilities in the program that met their needs very well, from Blackboard data importing to a course syllabus tab. The program also had tabs for contacts as well as a scheduling calendar. Both of these tabs could be synched with MS Outlook.
The program lets users create notes on just about every part of a page, so notes could be fairly unstructured at first if the user was prone to working that way. Drag and drop was usable for adding files such as images and other media to the note—clicking on certain types of media would run the application associated with that file format in order to display the file.
Agilix has already discontinued GoBinder. As such, it only managed to develop the program to ensure compatibility with Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.
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