Resourcery
Resourcery
1.1

0.0

Resourcery free download for Mac

Resourcery

1.1
10 July 2008

Access all your resources for all your projects in one window.

Overview

Resourcery... Typically a project requires a variety of resources such as specific applications, folders of documents, image files, Web links, contact email addresses, and other files. Sometimes keeping track of project resources can be challenging and a roadblock to productivity.

Resourcery makes it possible to access all of your resources for all of your projects from one integrated window. It has a focused set of features designed to make it a project resource management solution that is simple to use with virtually no learning curve involved. Open it up and start using it right away to manage your projects and their resources.

Add project items (information, reminders, tasks, etc.) to your projects. Attach any number of files, folders, applications, Web links, and email addresses to any project and any item within a project. Keep notes on projects and each of their items. Email project item notes with a single click. Create iCal Events and To Dos for any project item. Switch from one project to another quickly and easily.

Resourcery supports data synchronization between connected computers and has a built in illustrated User's Guide.

What's new in Resourcery

Version 1.1: Button added to sort items by context.

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1 Resourcery Reviews

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Cocoanut
12 June 2008

Most helpful

So far it's very bare bones but the paradigm is clean and useful and potentially fills a void left open by other types of apps....the ability to 'watch' passively and view their contents dynamically rather than having to "add" a file or folder to a project manually. Entourage gets this right, Daylite, Contactizer and many others don't do this well.
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Version 1.0
Cocoanut
12 June 2008
So far it's very bare bones but the paradigm is clean and useful and potentially fills a void left open by other types of apps....the ability to 'watch' passively and view their contents dynamically rather than having to "add" a file or folder to a project manually. Entourage gets this right, Daylite, Contactizer and many others don't do this well.
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Version 1.0