Noteliner is a tool that allows you to create hierarchical to-do lists with a variety of different features to help you organize your daily tasks.
A notebook-type outliner, Noteliner is a simple but effective way to organize lists. The program lets you indent underneath each list entry you create so you can provide more detailed information beneath. You can also sort your list items by priority level or give them a due date for completion. The font type, size, and strength is also entirely customizable, as are font colors for each type of item on your list. In addition, you have a few options when it comes to creating bullet points, which is nice if you want some stylistic variety in your to do list. You can also assign list names or tag individual list items either with the name of the person you are expecting to meet or who is meant to complete the task.
Noteliner also has a search function. If you need to find a term quickly, this program can do it. You can also filter tasks assigned to a specific name or on a certain date. Noteliner additionally has a feature for you to export your lists to a text file.
Unfortunately, Noteliner is relatively basic. If you want to include accents or unusual, non-Latin characters, it tends not to recognize them. Also, there is no option to add images to your Noteliner lists.
If you want a basic program to create to do lists though, Noteliner is worth a try.
- Standard find function that jumps from word to work, highlighting the word it finds (Ctrl-F and then Ctrl-G to Find Next) Shows a black line where the note is going to be moved to when dragged Created a fourth status for a note that puts it in italics and gives it a bullet that looks like a clipboard Ctrl-click on bullets changes the status of child notes Created two more bullet options in addition to small and standard (mixed): all round, or all square