Currently, CloudNote on the iPhone supports viewing/editing up to 16 notes.
The Note ID is a unique 10-character code that points to a single note. These are what allow you to access the same note on multiple devices and share notes to friends without needing an account.
You can find the Note ID for a given note on the iPhone by clicking into the note view. With the keyboard down you'll see three icons along the bottom. The middle icon allows you to easily share a note through email and bump. The bottom-most option on that menu will give you your Note ID.
You can sync as many notes using the Dashboard widget as you'd like. To sync more notes, you need to add more widgets.
To add more widgets, click the "+" in the bottom-left corner of the Mac Dashboard. From the bottom bar, simply drag more instances of the widget onto your screen.
There are several ways to share a note easily. From the iPhone you can email out a link to the note (which has the Note ID), bump a note to another iPhone user or email out only the contents of a note.
No, you can not. The reason is for both security and privacy. Also, the iPhone purchase is the only place we can collect money to pay for our server costs.
Yup! The CloudNote App and widget both work offline and online. Whenever you work offline any changes you make will automatically be synced back to the server next time you have internet access.
You can share a note a variety of different ways. You can share it by emailing the note ID, "bumping" the note to another iPhone or by simply telling a friend the note ID. You can also email the contents of a note easily from the CloudNote iPhone application.
Once you have shared a note, you no longer have exclusive access to that note. If two people are editing the same note simultaneously, the last person to edit will win (their changes will be saved).
Removing a note from the iPhone application or widget will only stop your syncing to that note. The note will live on for an indefinite time period. This means that you can always return to a note.
If you'd like a note to be permanently destroyed, simply delete the contents of that note before you remove it from your system.
Yup! Just head to www.getcloudnote.com/note to link up.
Please note that CloudNote only supports open, secure browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer 8 or above. If you're using an older version of Internet Explorer please update your software before using CloudNote online.
Mostly because we just haven't gotten there yet... we will though.
Yup, we're excited too. Bump is really great for sharing notes super fast between two iPhones. Try it out with a friend today.
We are two graduate students studying Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) at Carnegie Mellon University. We're working on CloudNote whenever we have free time (which isn't all that often).
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