moloko wrote:I have another use for EPIM. I made a new database and in the contacts put all the bonsai trees and other plants as a contact. I have photos of them, dates of purchase, pruned/trimmed and age.
In the Notes I have general care notes and updates for each of the trees.
The schedule is used to notify when I have to water and feed the plants and keeps great record of them through out the year. I will be able to monitor each of them.
Great job on the new 1.5v Essential PIM.
This use has inspired me.
Of course one can use the contacts section as a "free form" (escuse me if I am mis using the term) databae for any use - with the ability to move and add labels the only limits to it's use is one's own imagination.
therefore I shall over the next few days/weeks or months (I am a world champion procrastinator - ironic given the software we are talking about) be creating databases for:
1) My video colllection (both prerecorded and my own videos of stuff )
2) My DVD collection
just think labels for performers, genres etc - it'll be a piece of cake to locate any disc.
Also being able to attach pictures I could search on the internet for images of the sleeves and attach them to each record
Thanks for the inspiration