Thinklinkr provides users with a convenient way to get their thoughts organized into an outline. The site also claims that its users stated they were 22% more productive using Thinklinkr. The application has many users. Users can organize meeting or lecture notes, create a project outline or brainstorm. Thinklinkr also allows users to post their unique ideas to public outlines that enable collaboration. Users can share their public outlines on popular social networking websites including Twitter and Facebook. Additional features allow users to chat, view revision history, utilize keyboard shortcuts, search outlines, import and export files and create printer friendly versions.Show more screenshots »
Thinklinkr was created in 2008 by ThinkLink LLC. The application was intended to help users organize their thoughts and ideas better through the traditional outline. Today, Thinklinkr has proven itself to be a valuable tool for many different users. The application currently offers compatibility with iGoogle, Android phones, iPhones, Facebook and Twitter.
Outlines have been around for a long while. Thinklinkr takes that timeless concept and breathes new life into it with a number of modern conveniences. Users can collaborate on public outlines, share outlines and even chat while editing their outlines. The application also allows users to undo and redo edits, publish their outlines and read through revision histories.
Thinklinkr provides users with an attractive, clean design that perfectly combines professional organization with personality. The site features a wide green header bar highlighted by the green and red Thinklinkr logo. The rest of the page uses a pleasant blue color scheme and white background. The outline tools are easy to find and user friendly. Each outline is spaced to create a perfect layout every time. The rest is left up to the user who enters content into their outlines.
A new user can create a Thinklinkr account by clicking on the white “Pricing and Sign Up” link in the upper, right hand corner of the page. The top of the form asks the user to select their pricing plan. Just below that, the user is asked to provide a valid email address and a password. After the information has been entered, the user can click the wide blue and white “Sign up and Start Using Thinklinkr!” button at the bottom of the form. The attractive Thinklinkr loading page will appear before the user is taken to their dashboard. A pop up box offers the user a five minute tutorial. This can be accessed or skipped if the user prefers to figure things out on their own. From there, the user can begin creating their first outline or review a list of keyboard short cuts at the bottom of the dashboard.
Thinklinkr provides users with three membership options. The first is a free account that includes unlimited public outlines but no private outlines. The Pro membership costs around $5 per month and upgrades to include unlimited public and private outlines. The Business membership costs approximately $5 per month per user and upgrades to include access to the user management console and automatic contact list management. Both paid memberships include a free 30 day trial.
Thinklinkr is a helpful tool for many types of users. Those who have a need for better organization can really appreciate the application. Professionals can keep meeting notes or project data while others can manage school assignments or lecture notes.