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kolchakA

Searching in Evernote, Wrike-tasks, Skype-chats, mind maps and other repositories

Idea

I store my data on loads of different storages. Of course, sometimes I need to find information fast and the search needs to be chained to a specific concept (especially when I don’t feel like searching everywhere: in Evernote, Wrike, Skype, MindMeister, GoogleDocs etc.). I came up with the idea to create an application, which would help find information in different locations. In addition, the search will take into account the word forms, cognate words of different parts of speech, close associative words and synonyms.

After a while the list of supported platforms for searching may be expanded.

My questions:

1. Is there a chance you would be interested in such product?
2. Probably, similar functionality already exists?
3. From your point of view, does the idea have any market potential?

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Hi.  You might want to do some web searches for similar applications.  I use X1 Search for the occasions when I absolutely, positively must find something that isn't filed where I thought it was...

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7 hours ago, kolchakA said:

1. Is there a chance you would be interested in such product?
2. Probably, similar functionality already exists?

I’ve solved the issue of finding my data by using Evernote.  I have all my data listed in this product, and there are search/organization features

I store the actual file as an attachment to a note; or if stored elsewhere, I store a link

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