Agilix GoBinder is a productivity program that can be considered a direct competitor to Microsoft’s OneNote software: both of them can be used as digital binders for collecting notes, ideas and reference materials into a single, personally organized record. As with other digital notebooks, the program allows users to work on freeform reference pages that can be tabbed and further grouped according to the user’s personal organization scheme. Users can add media to their notes by adding them as attachments, copying them or linking to them. GoBinder supports schedule or calendars for users—probably something to be expected, given that the program was originally marketed to the student consumer demographic—and lets users associate notes with particular calendar entries (useful for tracking assignment or project progress). Note that students also get it cheaper.
Perhaps one of the most noteworthy features of the program would be its ability to integrate so flawlessly with Microsoft Office and other Windows programs. Users running a Windows application can send their work in that application directly to GoBinder, which provides simplicity in the use of the program as an all-around reference and organization device.
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