If you took CAD lessons, technical drawing lessons, or Information Technology classes in college, then the RightNote interface will look almost familiar. If you didn’t take these classes, then the RightNote interface may look basic and primitive. It is a very lightweight note taking and organizing tool. The programmers have concentrated more on the underlying technology and less on the look and appearance of the GUI. As a result, you may manipulate your notes in many wonderful ways, but the interface itself looks rather ugly. The tool was built to store massive amounts of complex information. RightNote is no use to people who are looking for a list-making app to take to Wal-Mart when they are shopping.
A note organizer that looks more complicated than it is
- The fast-find function is very helpful if you have GBs of information stored
- It is more secure and hacker proof than it first appears
- It you tag information incorrectly then you can still misfile your notes
- The auto-tagging function needs explaining more clearly to help users avoid mistakes