Organize Your Search Results
Keeping track of research done using Internet search engines can be a difficult process. Onfolio, a company located in Cambridge, Mass., has released software designed to simplify this task.
The application, also called Onfolio, from a press release issued by the company, "enables users to easily collect, organize and share information they find searching the Internet."
Onfolio was created, quite simply, to organize and save all of the content people find using search engines. Sharing, emailing, and presenting your saved content through a web page are just a few of the options available to the user.
Designed to be integrated with Internet Explorer, Onfolio gives you the ability to collect links, snippets of text, full web pages, and documents. All of the information gathered can be organized within your browser window.
Onfolio 1.0 is listed as $29.95 for the standard edition and $79.95 for the pro edition. A 30 day free trial is available from the website. The pro edition features Onfolio Publisher, which can produce reports and websites with the content that the user has saved.
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