To manage your personal information, these are the essential apps: Calendar, Contacts, Reminders, and Notes — the four familiar PIMs (Personal Information Managers).
Or, Date Book, Address Book, To Do, and Notes, very well defined since the palm/pilot days.
You know an appointment goes into Calendar; address info should be in Contacts; to-do items in Reminders (or maybe Things); all others, in Notes?
But what about all those pieces of information that is not an event, not a contact, not a to-do, yet have a bit more structure than just a free-form note?
Put it in your Kase.
Kase, the missing PIM.
Kase: Simple. Flexible. Relational.
These are the guiding principles of Kase's design. Read on to find out more.
- Your Kase contains Boxes.
- Each Box stores Decks that can be related to each other.
- A Deck collects similarly structured Cards.
- And a Card is where you put data Entries.
Kase's Side Menu, with access to Boxes.
A typical Box of Decks window.
A typical Deck of Cards window.
A typical Card of Entries window.