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WhizFolders is an organizer and outliner for managing notes on MS Windows. WhizFolders has been around since 1998. Its predecessor WhizNote, a plain text notes organizer, was released in CompuServe forums in 1993.
7.1 / June 9, 2016
|Operating system||Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10|
|Type||Outliner, Note-taking software, Personal wiki|
WhizFolders allows to manage your information in two-panes--the left pane being a hierarchical list of note titles and the right-pane contains the detail or text of the selected note in the list. The notes can be merged when copying to the clipboard, or when exporting or printing. A boolean search for information is available. Keyword tags can also be assigned to the notes to find them even when the actual tag is absent in their text.
A freeware viewer is separately available to read WhizFolder files.
- Hierarchical list of note titles
- Word wrapped note titles
- Drag and drop outlining of note titles
- Rich text note contents (RTF)
- Boolean or exact search
- Keyword tags
- Hyperlinks to other notes or external files, web sites
- Pasting from web sites with source address
- Automated pasting
- Merged export or printing of notes