The newest version of Click.to is here!

by Eric Ebert on 9. September 2011 – 08:05

I wrote last week about Twick.it and how it would be a great new partner for us, and they are! I updated my click.to program today and was surprised to see quite a few changes. First, is that Twick.it is there, but I was surprised to see that the QuickView portion of the program works so well. (Not that I doubted our programmers). It makes click.to even faster! That’s the ultimate goal, right? Second, There were a couple of other programs hidden, that we haven’t even announced yet! (I’m sure I’ll be writing about them shortly) It’s like being behind the scenes of a movie production, you know how it looks when they shoot, but the final product in the theatres still impresses you. I’m very impressed with the new version, but I’ll admit that I’m a little biased, so please let me know what you think.

If you’re reading this, you have a backstage pass. We haven’t released all of the information on our new partners, but you get the chance to check them out first with click.to! Just make sure you update to version number 0.9.3.1106. Once that is done, go to the click.to icon in your system tray and select options and add. You’ll see all of the new programs that are waiting in the wings (including Twick.it) as well as all of our new web sharing actions. Select which ones you want to use and you’re off!! Thanks to our Twitter followers for the feedback and thanks in advance for your comments!  Follow @clicktoapp

2 Responses to The newest version of Click.to is here!

  1. Ken Jones PhD sagt:

    Hey guys! I’m brand new to Twick.it and Click.to. I got here via Evernote. You guys have a great concept evolving. This is what I need to actually integrate these tools into my daily workflow: A video tutorial that shows examples of using Evernote, Twick.it, and Click.to together.

    Easy, cell phone type productions is what I’m envisioning. Select 4-5 examples of daily stuff in and out of the office.
    Then show the how to for using these apps together. Something like the original “How I use Evernote” videos would be great.

    For young people and my wife, who is a techie, what I’m asking for is a no brainer. For folks like me on the north side of 40 this is not intuitive. There are hundreds of millions of people like me for whom this combination of tools will work terrifically well. Think of us as “Analog Man.” Show us the pictures…slowly.

    Great stuff you guys are doing. I’m anxious to see what comes next.
    Ken

  2. Eric Ebert sagt:

    Hello Dr. Jones, (You’re not into archeology are you? Sorry, I couldn’t resist)

    I would like to start out by saying, thanks for the feedback! We want to make Click.to as easy to access as possible. I’m not quite in the “Analog Man” group yet, I do know quite a few users that are. I want to let you know that we are definately thinking about you guys as we continue developing click.to. That said, I think I understand what you’re looking for:

    Go to “online help” (within the click.to program itself)
    and select the topic that you want to learn more about. Its full of useful information (and screenshots)! Hope this helps! If you were looking for something else, please let me know. Thanks, Eric