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November 17, 2010

How To Manage Your Personal Data Online

Filed under: Online Tools — Tags: , — Neha @ 2:21 pm

Hundreds of “To-Do” lists, a huge back log of unread mails, planners going haywire. Isn’t it all a common sight which we witness every day? Do you sometimes feel clumsy, unorganized, losing focus and trusting your memory too much for all the deadlines, deliverable and social dos? Well, let me assure you that you are not the only one. We all have a lot of data floating on post-its, notepads which remains unnoticed till we head for some cleanliness drive months later.

WikiCards is a perfect online data organizer to bring some order in our chaotic, fast paced life. It helps you organize just about any kind of data ranging from set of contacts, documents, tasks, photos, recipes, shopping list, to-do lists and the list can go on and on. This online application helps in sorting data through virtual cards.

You can create cards which function like trackers for you. Every card will have a Title and Description by default. You can customize your card, add additional fields, attach documents or images to it and even schedule cards with reminders. The cards can be easily edited and tags can be applied by the user. You can move unwanted cards to the Archive.

Key Features:

  • Supported Browsers are Chrome 5/6/7, Firefox 3.6/4 beta, Opera 10.6+, Safari 5+.
  • No sign up or registration required to start using the services.
  • Register and start creating “Secure Projects” with optional Read and Write access.
  • Card data can be obtained in excel
  • Data is even accessible on mobile phones in “Read” mode.

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About Info.WikiCards.net

“WikiCards is a free tool that helps you organize any kind of collections.”

How Is Info.WikiCards.net Useful?

Wikicards are an effective way of meticulously managing life and having all the personal data online in a well organized manner.

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