Postica has had some minor changes completed tonight.
First, is the removal of the 140 character limit - you can now type your notes as long as you would like. Your note will only show the first 200 characters (give or take). To view the entire note you can ‘double click’ the note.
The 140 character limit was more of a decision when twitter integration was completed. However, as we ponder new integrations and platforms it made sense to remove this limitation.
The second change is an improvement to the auto-suggest on the sharing of notes. Now when you type in an email you will see a list of anyone that you have sent a note too. If the person has an account will you will see the person’s registered name as well as their email address.
We are going to improve this even further in the future with the ability to manage your friend list.
Have a great night.
With the recent move by Google to discontinue the development of Google Notebook Mashable has rounded up the top 20 online note taking services.
Postica is in the company of some great sites like Evernote and Microsoft OneNote. Postica has always been about doing one thing really well and trying to find the balance between ease of use and functionality.
If you have a spare moment check out the article here - http://mashable.com/2009/01/25/notetaking-alternatives/
We launched a minor re-design when adding a new note. It provides a cleaner form layout that should be a little more visually appealing.
We are hoping to launch a type of friends list which will make it easier to share your notes.
Let us know if there are features you would like to see.
Many users have requested that postica launch a better blog. We are happy to say it’s here. Let us know what you want to see.