05-31-2012 09:37 AM
- I use S-Memo a lot. I use it to take notes at meetings, to draw up ideas, and to jot down things I need to remember. Once a week or so, I review them all and move them to permanent storage -- Evernote for reference, and Remember the Milk for tasks.
I occasionally use the Samsung Clipboard -- it's handy for moving clip art from screenshots and so forth. But I keep my frequently-used text snippets in Clipboard++.
I don't use Google Docs much, though I'm interested in its collaboration features.05-30-2012 10:54 AM
- I use s-memo everyday in meetings for taking handwritten notes, and then I upload those notes to Evernote.
I don't use Google Docs, but I do use Dropbox for storing spreadsheets, documents, and PowerPoint presentations.
Clipboard is primarily used for turning emails into Word Docs when I need to print to my wireless HP printer. The Note seems to only want to print to Samsung printers, but by copying and pasting emails I can use my HP.
Galaxy Note! Phone. Tablet. Planner. Notepad. eReader. The only device I need!05-30-2012 06:49 PM
- I use S-memo the most. I have various home/garden projects with the ever changing shopping lists on the top page to make it convenient to get to. It really helps to keep everything organized. I use QuickOffice for more formal documents and a spreadsheet for tracking some things. I don't use Gdocs but use gmail to pick up items back and forth on home and work computers. I will probably use QuickOffice even more once I'm able to print from my Note.
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