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Springnote is an online noteboook that is designed with a simple and fresh look. Its Wiki-based service allows users to quickly and easily record thoughts that "spring up" without the need for separating saving. Apart from the standard features for basic editing, it provides simple space with unlimited text storage and 2GB file storage for attachments. Users of all levels can try Springnote with user-friendly instructions to encouraging user-developer participation. First-time users can be invited by friends to view private and public pages. Notes can be used for users to collaborate in creating projects online. Finished projects can then easily be moved to blogs or export to offline documents, as Springnote is compatible with txt, doc, html and odt documents.
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