What do you usually do when somebody on the other end of the phone line suddenly gives you a name, an address or a phone number that you need? As a rule, you start looking for something to write on and with — and if any of this is not right in front of you, you feel awkward, tell the other party to wait or promise to call back. Such situations irritate and literally steal your time. Electronic notes, on the other hand, do not have any of these downsides — a note taking app is always there, sitting in the corner of the screen waiting to be clicked.
ShixxNote 6.net is one of these handy apps, but it takes note-taking to a new level by adding powerful sharing capabilities to the process and allows you to turn sticky notes into an integral part of your collaboration environment. In ShixxNote 6.net, creating a note is a matter of making a double click on the program icon in the system tray. Once created, a note is displayed on your desktop and can be instantly shared over LAN, the Internet or email with all the interested parties. You can share notes with specific recipients or groups of users, save, print, export and import notes, set alarms and expiration dates, save notes to files and fully customize their appearance to match your desktop theme. Sent messages will be properly displayed on the destination system if ShixxNote 6.net is also installed on it. Otherwise, the system will use the standard Windows messaging service to deliver the message. The program fully supports most popular Windows versions, including Windows 95/98/ME/NT/XP/2000/2003/Vista and Windows 7.
If you are looking for a fresh way of quickly sharing information with your friends, family and colleagues, ShixxNote 6.net will be definitely worth trying!
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