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Collaborative Online List Application

Published 03/15/2011 and rated Ratingstars3 3 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
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What can you use the app for?

Knowcase is a collaborative list building application that helps users create an effective information tool. The user can create an outline style list to save notes, ideas, thoughts and other important data they do not want to lose. The user can create a hierarchical list that gives structure and better organization to their collection of information. Knowcase makes things even easier by providing users with a drag and drop system that lets them place the data where they want it. Users can collaborate on their Knowcase list by sharing them with partners, teams, customers or anyone else who might want to see it. Knowcase gives users more control over the information they want and need to save.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

The creators of Knowcase wanted to build a better way for users to organize their thoughts, ideas and other information. The application provides a number of helpful tools that help users get the most out of it. Today, many people turn to Knowcase as a way to create an effective outline and collaborate on projects, classes and more.

What are the differences to other apps?

Knowcase gives users many options in terms of organizing their hierarchal lists. This is what really makes the application unique. Users can collaborate with anyone and prioritize their list using a simple drag and drop system.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The overall design of Knowcase is relatively simple. The actual list is just that: a list. Users can drag and drop items under headers so they appear in hierarchal order. The user can also toggle between topics using a yellow side bar or create a new topic to add content to. The top of the list page lets users position each piece of information right where they want it while the bottom provides downloading and sharing tools.

How does the registration process work?

Visitors can register for a Knowcase account by clicking on the white and green “Sign Up” button along the left hand side of the homepage. This directs the user to the short registration form. The form asks for a name, email address and password. Two boxes can be found at the bottom of the form. The first lets the user choose to remain signed in. The second must be selected to agree to the site’s terms of service. Once the user has filled out the form, they can click the green and white “Create an Account” button at the bottom to finish. As soon as their information has been submitted, the user is directed to their account dashboard where they can begin building their first Knowcase list.

What does it cost to use the application?

Knowcase offers a helpful service, although it doesn’t come with any extravagant extras that would warrant a subscription fee. Anyone can create a Knowcase account and access their lists for free. There are no set up fees or other charges for doing so. The user does not have to make any purchases and can access their lists from any computer with internet access. The price is perfect to make Knowcase an attractive option for anyone, from students and educators to professionals and individuals with a personal project.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Anyone can use Knowcase. The application is very flexible, making it perfect for almost any organizational purpose. Students can store their notes, individuals can manage a project and professionals can collaborate on plans or scheduling tasks using Knowcase.

  • Build a hierarchical list for just about any purpose
  • Share your Knowcase lists with anyone
  • Log in to Knowcase accounts from anywhere with internet access
  • Prioritize items on your list
  • Drag and drop items to organize list structure

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Knowcase pricing

FREE - Permanently free version




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