Most people usually take notes that they hope will eventually prove useful in some way by using either some type of mobile computing device or a piece of paper. Unfortunately, much of that information never makes it into a document, especially if it’s on a paper that can easily get lost.
To solve this problem, Intellinote created a cloud-based application that makes it easier to take notes and then incorporate those notes into other documents. The first of the documents to be supported is Google Apps; the company announced this week that its namesake software-as-a-service (SaaS) tool is now integrated via the APIs provided by Google.
Intellinote CEO Tony Lopresti says that Google Apps is the first in a series of API integration efforts through which Intellinote will be integrated with the usual group of applications, including Salesforce.com, Dropbox.com, Box, and Microsoft Office 365. As part of this effort, Intellinote also announced that existing Google users can also sign in to Intellinote by using their Google credentials and that Intellinote is now available on the Google Apps Marketplace and the Chrome Web Store.
From a user’s perspective, each of these...