We have released a new version of MessageSave – 184.108.40.2067. This is a minor update which includes one change for improved support of 64-bit Windows.
MessageSave has an option to launch File Explorer to view files after saving them. Now MessageSave launches a 64-bit version of File Explorer when running on a 64-bit version of Windows. We recommend upgrading if you are running a 64-bit OS.
Today we are excited to announce the first non-beta release of QuickJump.
QuickJump solves a relatively narrow, but very important and time-consuming productivity issue – navigating between various file system folders. No longer do you have to click up and down the folder tree every time you need to save or open a file. QuickJump will help you get to the right folder with just a few keystrokes. What is especially useful is that it works in standard “File Open” or “Save As” dialogs of any windows applications. Of course, you can use it to open folders in File Explorer as well.
How much testing went into QuickJump to date?
QuickJump has been in production deployment at several pilot sites for about four months now. We would like to sincerely thank all participants in the beta program for their feedback and encouragement. Beta-tester feedback has been overwhelmingly positive for both usability and stability of the product. One of them, Mario Fortier, kindly allowed us to publish his quote. Thank you again!
QuickJump is an incredible piece of software. We first tried it in combination with MessageSave and ended out using it all the time.
We are an IP firm in Canada and are dealing with more then 50,000 files each having it’s own sub directory often with subdirectories. With QuickJump we can really jump into any of those sub in a flash.
QuickJump and a bit of methodology and I believe we might never need a Document Management system.
Thanks to Sue Frantz at Technology for Educators for publishing a review of SimplyFile.
SimplyFile is an Outlook addin. I tried it for 30 days, but I wasn’t sure it was worth the price. I uninstalled it. After not having it for an hour, I pulled out my credit card. It made my email time so much more efficient, I couldn’t go back to my pre-SimplyFile way of doing things.
Our QuickJump product has reached another important milestone today – public beta.
First of all we would like to thank everyone who participated in the [permalink href=”267″]invitation beta[/permalink]. We have received a lot of very positive feedback. Judging by your warm reception, QuickJump has been our most successfull beta to date.
QuickJump invitation beta proved to be quite stable and reliable. We have made only a few minor changes. This means that QuickJump is well on its way towards its first official release. We are very excited about that!
Many people have used it. Some are kind enough to send us a “Thank you” note.
Thank you for the online conversion program. I hated the idea of wasting my time by having to reenter all of the 1000+ contact information into Entourage. Your step by step instructions made it simple to complete and took me about 10 minutes to convert the data and input it into Entourage. Fabulous!
You made my day!
Thank you for taking the time to send this, Melissa. You’ve made our day!
This version introduces significant enhancements in usability and offers easier access to more information right where you need it. For example, you used to have to click on a person’s profile to see her follower count. Not anymore. Now it is available at a glance when you are reading a tweet.
These changes make OutTwit TwInbox a perfect Twitter client – simple enough for Twitter newbies and powerful enough for business professionals.
New name – TwInbox
OutTwit was a great name for the product. It served us well through the beta cycle. Going forward, the product will be known as TwInbox for Microsoft Outlook.
We have moved some of the more frequently used commands from the drop-down up to the toolbar. Now you can compose new updates, send @replies and direct messages and retweet messages and tweets right from the toolbar. You can also configure which components you would like to see displayed on the TwInbox toolbar.
Easier access to information
We have made some of the information that used to require extra clicks, much easier to access. Information such as sender’s full name, website address, follower counts and the number of updates, is shown in every message. No long do you need to click on the sender name to see the profile in a separate window. All necessary information is displayed right where you need it.
Note: Due to the way Twitter Search API works, this information is not available for tweets fetched via search. Twitter folks are working on this issue.
This is yet another example how TwInbox makes information more available to you and makes your Twitter stream much easier and faster to consume.
Improved picture preview
We have enhanced TwitPic picture preview and introduced support for Twitgoo picture preview. So you can see images right in the tweet, without having to click through.
We would like to say a big Thank You! to all OutTwit users. Your feedback and support has been instrumental in helping us reach this milestone. We hope that you like the enhancements we are making. We know we can count on your continued support with future development of TwInbox. Please keep the feedback coming. We love hearing from you!