Stable, fast, and simple. Exactly what most people need.
Keeps changing my settings in FF4. Uninstalled it. Too bad.
...and that's about it.
Missing "right mouse click" - copy to note, directory organization, note title (instead of showing whole note content in list), time and date (on mouse over maybe)..... Opera note still stays on throne
..and I was really hoping to get similar functionality in FF
Seems to do what it does well... however I just don't find it that useful over any of the myriad other note-taking methods one might employ. This just adds some convenience since it's in your browser.
Also, I echo the other comments about this extension breaking your toolbar customizations when you install it. This is very irritating.
And then it does it again when you uninstall it.
Temporary solution for the problem in Firefox 4: Install the 0.4.9.2 from the official site https://welist.it/. Tested.
Anyway, very handy tool, hope the author fix it soon.
"Causes trouble in Firefox 4.0This add-on has a problem in Firefox 4.0. Enabling this add-on will cause Firefox 4.0 to loose all your toolbar customization after you restart Firefox, reverting it to the default toolbar !!!"Yes, I note the same problem. Please, authors, fix it.
This add-on has a problem in Firefox 4.0. Enabling this add-on will cause Firefox 4.0 to loose all your toolbar customization after you restart Firefox, reverting it to the default toolbar !!!
So glad I found this. Having a Mac, I'm used to things not working for a Mac. I needed a way to keep sites handy, not bookmarked, for things I want to review. This is my answer, especially as hyperlinks work. Thank you for answering my prayers!
simple, helpful, and easy to use!
sleek and slender, does what is expected. Minimalistic: Wonderful.
I've used list.it for several years, and enjoy its ease of use and versatility. I use it mainly as a "to-do" list, and like that you can drag the items to change their priority.
This tool definitely does its job, keeps all the notes safe and within reach. But they could include some useful alarm options, so we could make some reminders of important events. All in all, keep up the good work! :-)
Very useful tool to jot. I have the habit of going back to my scribbles after a lengthy gap and listit really helped. A very practical tool.
I concur with everything octohead said, and add a vote for an autosync option.
I've been a long time Opera user and love its "notes" implementation.
I've been looking around for a good add-on to get the same functionality and finally found list.it
It works great! Easy and fast. The only thing I'm missing is an auto sync option or a sync on exiting Firefox. Many times I make notes during work time and forget to sync at the end of the day. So when I come home I still don't have my notes from work...
With better sync options this add-on will go from a 4-star to a 5-star!
works great with Firefox 4.0b4 ! I use this neat little add on as a replacement bookmark keeper and a place to jot my ideas.
The addon don't work correct on firefox 4 beta, when save search it not save at all, and edit box don't show when you want to edit your notes and also there is some strange arrow in the circle she don't do anything.
I've been using List.It for some time and I use it often. It's intuitive, easy to use, unobtrusive, and the synchronizing feature lets me work with the same notes on any computer. Keeping a separate bin for deleted notes gives me a chance to retrieve old deletes, or destroy them forever. Preferences are few, simple and easy to change. Fast, reliable & friendly support is only an e-mail message away, and so far any problems I've complained about have turned out to be something wrong at my end. This is a rock solid utility that everyone has a use for.
I was tired of having a lot of txt files floating around my pc's, especially when a lot of the notes pertained to the web. This addon streamlines my note taking and is my first stop shop for anything I need to take down. A simple (and usable) interface that makes sorting through your notes a breeze. Doesn't need to be anymore complex than it already is
simple, useful, plugs into my side bar, does what it says, clean interface, i wonder about privacy so dont store anything personal or sensitive. I would like to see ability to change the font color because it shows up as white, i would like to over-ride that. Also would like to change my registration name and email but i have not figured that out yet. still worth 5 stars, after all, IT'S FREE!!! YAY!
Only 4 stars? Nothing's perfect, but list.it does what it says it does, reliably, and wherever you are. A simple list, searchable, keyable, always accessible.
It hides as an icon in the lower corner of Firefox. Click it one way, and a single-line-edit pops up, to take your quick note and save it on your list. Click it another way, and the whole list pops up in a separate pane in the browser, including input box, search line, toolbar, and your scrollable list of tasks. drag-n-drop to reorder, 'search' to show only those with the searched word/phrase. I create 'keys' like "(todo)" at the front of the list members that are, well, to-do's, and then can save that search as a button and just click on it to see just those.
Did i mention 'accessible anywhere'? List-it's 'sync' feature sends your list back to a server, where it's stored, so i can add to my list whether I'm at home, at my office workstation, or at any other Firefox browser. Just 'sync' where i am, and there's the whole list.
Neat new feature: URL address bar button. Want to flag a url? press that button, and it creates a list.it item with that link in it, clickable anytime. Sweet.
And they do have a print function already.
List.it could add sync to a Thunderbird task list, or Google tasks. They could add the ability to send an item as an email, link you can do from TBird's task list.
But in the meantime, it's crisp, convenient, and reliable. What more could you ask for?
This is a great tool, very simple to use, very intuitive. Love it.
It is a good plugin which give me convenience for taking notes and reviewing them.
I compare it with Tomboy Notes in Linux which need time for loading the program and also cannot review the notes instantly.
However, I still don't know what the "Synchronize" button sync to.
I am not a first adopter, but a colleague showed me List It and I find it really useful because it's simple and I could figure out everything myself. To do lists are super important for us -- we've all tried a lot of different methods but this is readable, fast, and has the "on my radar but not in my face" presence on my screen. I haven't tried the print feature but I think that is just so well designed -- they thought of useful things without cloggin it up with a million bels and whistles.