It's easy to copy notes to your Notefish page if you have the Notefish browser extension installed. Simply:
If you want to copy notes to a page that is not set as your 'current' page, then select the 'Notefish: Copy to..' option when you right click, and then you are given the list of your page to choose. Once you choose your page, the note goes into that page.
We suggest the following steps in your Web research:
Take a look at our Laptop Research sample page for ideas on how to organize your product research. Once you get used to using Notefish, you'll probably find an organizational method that works best for you.
Your note is now in your current page. If you haven't organized your page into sections, it will appear at the bottom of the page. If your page has sections, it will appear in the "New Web Notes" section at the bottom of the page until you drag and drop it into the appropriate section.
Yes - easily! Just grab the title of your note with the mouse, drag it and drop it in its new location.
The toolbar in the bottom right corner of your screen features a color palette.[[[[SCREENSHOT]]]] Simply click on the color you want and then click on the note you want to change. It's that easy.
Click "New Section" on the toolbar that appears in the bottom right corner of your screen.[[[[SCREENSHOT]]]]
Yes, you can! Place the mouse somewhere to the right of the title of the section, and an Edit menu option appears. Click the "Edit" link for that section and specify where you want it to appear by using the "Place After" option.
The manual notes option allows you to make any comments or enter notes manually. Simply click the "New Note" link on the toolbar and enter your comments. [[[[SCREENSHOT]]]]
You can use simple text codes to format. For example, if you put double apostrophes around a word or sentence, it will become italicized: ''this is in italic'' becomes this is in italic
Just leave an empty line between your paragraphs. However, note that a single line break is ignored.
For italic, put double apostrophes around a word or a sentence: ''italic'' becomes italic. To make a word or a sentence bold, use triple apostrophes ('''): '''bold''' becomes bold.
Yes, and it is very easy. Just type a URL in your note and it will automatically become a link. For example, www.notefish.com. You can also use an e-mail address.
Use asterisks in the beginning of a line. For example,
* This is my first item * This is my second item * This is my third item
In you're using Internet Explorer, double click on the Notefish icon [[[ICON PICTURE]]] in the Windows tray. This will open your current page.
If you're using Firefox, double click on the Notefish icon [[[ICON PICTURE]]] in the Firefox status bar.
If you're using Internet Explorer, find the Notefish icon [[[ICON PICTURE]]] in the system tray. Right click on the tray icon and select "View All Pages".
If you're using Firefox, find the Notefish icon [[[ICON PICTURE]]] in the Firefox status bar. Right click on the icon and select "View All Pages".
> Can I set Notefish to open in a new window every time I click the Notefish icon in the Windows tray?
If you're using Internet Explorer, all you have to do is change your settings: Select "Internet Options" from the "Tools" menu. Then go to the "Advanced" tab and make sure the box that says "Reuse windows for launching shortcuts" is not checked.