Thinkery.me provides users with a tool to organize their thoughts and save ideas and lists. The user can get their brain together with to do lists, tab bookmarks, thoughts, URLs and other items. The user only has to enter them into the Thinkery.me, which gives the user the ability to add a tag, remove tags, make the item public, make it private, archive items, un-archive or delete. The user’s item appears at the bottom of their list after adding it. the application provides a very simple way for user to get organized. Users can also add items from Facebook, Digg, SoundCloud, Amazon, Twitter, XKCD, Flickr and YouTube.Show more screenshots »
Thinkery.me was created in 2011 by Compuccino and Alexander Kirk. The application was intended to give users a streamlined way to organize their thoughts, ideas and to do list items. The service currently provides a very simple solution, although perhaps not quite as effective as it could be. The current version relies primarily on tags to organize each item the user adds to their Thinkery.me page. Thinkery.me is currently in beta.
The service offered by the Thinkery.me isn’t terribly unique. The service is very simple and the user can begin accessing it as soon as they arrive on the homepage. This might be appealing for some, although the page appears to suffer from some design issues depending on what type of browser the user is trying to view it on. When functioning properly, Thinkery.me provides a very simple way to keep thoughts, ideas and commitments in order.
The Thinkery.me website users a light blue color scheme with hints of vibrant green and a white background. The item entry field is presented right at the top, center of the homepage as soon as the user arrives. The user profile area shows the item along with basic details, such as how long ago it was added and whether it is public or private. Blue and red links along the lower, right hand side of each item allow the user to edit, archive or delete it. A gold button at the top, right hand corner of the page must be clicked to save changes to the user’s Thinkery.me page.
Getting started with the Thinkery.me is easy. As soon as the user arrives on the homepage, they are greeted by a light blue header with a data entry bar (under the black “Get Your Brain Together” header. The user can add thoughts, ideas, items, URLs or to do list entries to the field. After adding an item, the user can click the green plus button to the right of the bar. This adds it to their list. Thinkery.me does not require a registration. Users are given access to all current features as soon as they arrive.
Thinkery.me does not require a log in, making it difficult to charge a fee for its services. Luckily the creators have kept it very appealing by offering it to all users for free. There are no subscription fees or other charges for using Thinkery.me. The user can access their account any time and as often as they like.
Thinkery.me could be a helpful tool for users who want to organize their personal thoughts and ideas. The application is simple to use, but seems geared more towards the non-professional user. User can create to do lists, reminders for events and much more using Thinkery.me.