Surfulater V1.80, B0.0 released

Surfulater is very good at storing information and images from the Web and from other programs, but one thing that has been missing until now is the ability to store external files along with your Surfulater content. For example we’ve had requests to save PDF files, Word documents and ZIP files with Surfulater articles.

This latest release addresses this issue and lets you attach any files from your PC to Surfulater articles or folders. The attached file is permanently saved in your Surfulater database, so you have it available even if it gets deleted from your PC. And for folks that carry their Surfulater KB around with them, they can now carry these files around as well. Note that Surfulater compresses these files to reduce the amount of space they use.

For a complete list of changes in this release see the Release Notes in the Help or in our Support Forum.

2 Replies to “Surfulater V1.80, B0.0 released”

  1. You have mentioned in previous posts that future releases would allow for more collaboration and sharing of data across a network.

    I am in critical need of a PIM that will allow me to gather and share. It could be in the form of shared folders(preferred) or links posted to a weblog.

    Is Surfulater there yet?

  2. Hi Ken,
    Thanks for the post. My current focus is to complete the outstanding functionality required to satisfy the bulk of the users who only need single user access. Following that I want to get a Free Surfulater Reader up and running. Then I’ll be focusing on shared remote access.

    I’ve already given this quite a bit of thought and have the basic implementation concepts roughed out.

    I’d be interested in knowing more about your specific needs, so they can be thrown into the melting pot. If you would like to e-mail me, we can toss this around a bit.

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