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Re: AllMyNotes Organizer version 2.57 is released

by vlad » July 26th, 2012, 8:08 pm

Effectively from today you can receive RSS notifications about updates in AllMyNotes here
Note: Soon we'll add one more RSS feed for notifications on Beta version updates.

Re: AllMyNotes Organizer version 2.57 is released

by blakelyg » February 6th, 2012, 12:58 am

vlad wrote:Thank you for feedback!
blakelyg wrote:I use both.

The forum is easier to get a list of changes, but I too use the check for updates feature, especially because it allows for checking of beta builds as well.
Indeed, normally we don't notify about minor beta-builds using checks for updates, though there is such option, to do not disturb our customers... As I understand, basically you don't need announcements of this kind - for you is enough to keep an eye on a new messages.

The reason why I'm wondering is this - I would like to switch to RSS feeds soon, rather then to keep up with forum announcements. This way I'll have streamlined interface for What's New/RSS, and the forum will be used primary support/communication between users.
An RSS feed sounds like a great idea. Allows me (at least) more flexibility by accessing the feed from different devices etc. (Tablet, netbook, laptop and desktop). Especially with a tablet - and to a lesser extent my netbook - accessing forums is sometimes "challenging". :)

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Re: AllMyNotes Organizer version 2.57 is released

by vlad » February 3rd, 2012, 1:46 pm

Thank you for feedback!
blakelyg wrote:I use both.

The forum is easier to get a list of changes, but I too use the check for updates feature, especially because it allows for checking of beta builds as well.
Indeed, normally we don't notify about minor beta-builds using checks for updates, though there is such option, to do not disturb our customers... As I understand, basically you don't need announcements of this kind - for you is enough to keep an eye on a new messages.

The reason why I'm wondering is this - I would like to switch to RSS feeds soon, rather then to keep up with forum announcements. This way I'll have streamlined interface for What's New/RSS, and the forum will be used primary support/communication between users.

Re: AllMyNotes Organizer version 2.57 is released

by blakelyg » January 26th, 2012, 11:55 am

I use both.

The forum is easier to get a list of changes, but I too use the check for updates feature, especially because it allows for checking of beta builds as well.

Re: AllMyNotes Organizer version 2.57 is released

by Ian » January 25th, 2012, 5:35 pm

Same for me, I use the check for updates.

Re: AllMyNotes Organizer version 2.57 is released

by 2level2 » January 25th, 2012, 4:29 pm

I use the "check for updates" and only come to the forum after each update... just to see what's going on.

AllMyNotes Organizer version 2.57 is released

by vlad » January 25th, 2012, 4:09 pm

This version is mostly concentrated on polishing some features and fixing issues, nothing major, but some of issues where kind of annoying. Plus, other small improvements and fixes.

See also:
Full list of changes in this version...
Download latest version...

P.S. Would be interesting to know if someone is following these announcements? Please reply, cause it appears to me that check for updates is a much more efficient way, look - there was no announcements here for few updates, and nobody said a thing...

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