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RustyCas

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Ferdy, are you talking about Google Keep? Is the Android version different fro iOS because I don’t think my Keep works that way.... wait, I just tried it and the photo search is nothing short of amazing! The drawing tools are a little ‘lite’ though (no shapes, arrows, or text annotations). And it’s still just a pin board really - no folders (tags could be used for that though) and no way to sort notes. But it’s super fast (Google has to be mirroring and indexing your content in the cloud).

Not what I’m looking for (I like structure and being able to print reports, lists, etc) but certainly useable. I also envision using drop down lists for a lot of field data entry and would like to paste Spectra/Waveforms in my field database so I can see past problems.

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Ferdy, are you talking about Google Keep? Is the Android version different fro iOS because I don’t think my Keep works that way.... wait, I just tried it and the photo search is nothing short of amazing! The drawing tools are a little ‘lite’ though (no shapes, arrows, or text annotations). And it’s still just a pin board really - no folders (tags could be used for that though) and no way to sort notes. But it’s super fast (Google has to be mirroring and indexing your content in the cloud).

Not what I’m looking for (I like structure and being able to print reports, lists, etc) but certainly useable. I also envision using drop down lists for a lot of field data entry and would like to paste Spectra/Waveforms in my field database so I can see past problems.


Google Keep Notes is very powerful, although I don’t have access to any of the hardware that the forum users have to do a trial setup. See https://www.pcworld.com/article/3405528/google-keep-notes-tips-tricks.html

One issue I find is that the Google spinoffs, because they fail to really catch on, seem to disappear after a year or two,
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Example of how I use "in-line" notes.  And yes, my point descriptions lack consistency (inherited database, "I'll get around to it eventually.")

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John,

We discussed the housekeeping situation at this site in a previous thread.  It's bad but I think we will be able to use the accessibility to equipment tags to drive better housekeeping and cleaner lubrication.

The tags I am going to use are made by a company called Infosight and they are what they need to be-pretty much indestructible.  We are going to attach them to all the assets we cover with stainless steel cable ties and we will clean them once a month. 

Efforts are underway to improve housekeeping already but, when we spread the tagging and numbering process to cover everything in the mill, housekeeping will HAVE to improve. It's definitely the tail wagging the dog but as long as it gets wagged, it's ok with me.  Better housekeeping and cleaner lubrication will do this site more good than vibration analysis, imo.
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Ferdy, are you talking about Google Keep? Is the Android version different fro iOS because I don’t think my Keep works that way.... wait, I just tried it and the photo search is nothing short of amazing! The drawing tools are a little ‘lite’ though (no shapes, arrows, or text annotations). And it’s still just a pin board really - no folders (tags could be used for that though) and no way to sort notes. But it’s super fast (Google has to be mirroring and indexing your content in the cloud).

Not what I’m looking for (I like structure and being able to print reports, lists, etc) but certainly useable. I also envision using drop down lists for a lot of field data entry and would like to paste Spectra/Waveforms in my field database so I can see past problems.


I use the android, and belive is similar to the IOS, the hardwork in text and speech recognition is done in the google servers all is in the cloud and available, about drawing I is limited as my hability to draw then its fine.

agree organizing is not best, only one level tags but search is fast and across devices


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