Notes are where raw research data is stored. Depending the type of research you’re doing, a note could represent many things. A note could be:
To create a note while in a project:
Groups help you organize your notes with a simple drag and drop interface. If you’ve used Trello, Asana, or Jira Software, then you’ll find it familiar.
To create a group while in a project:
To rearrange notes or move notes between groups:
Dovetail’s editor is a rich text ‘WYSIWYG’ editor similar to Evernote, Microsoft Word, or Google Docs. It supports common formatting options like headings, bold text, italic text, blockquotes, bullet lists, numbered lists, tables, and more.
For a complete list of available formatting, click the Actions (···) menu in the top right of a note, tag, or insight, then click Shortcuts.
Our editor supports all file types which can be inserted into notes through the editor toolbar or by dragging and dropping files.
To insert one or more files while in a note:
Certain file types will have inline previews which will let you view or playback the file without needing to download it. These include:
If a file does not have an inline preview (for example a PDF), you will need to open the file in your browser or download it to view its contents.
Dovetail’s editor supports real time concurrent editing. If two or more people open the same note, all changes to the content will be synced in real time between everyone in the session.
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