Everytime is a web application that gives its users freedom to explore beyond the basic bookmark. Rather than restricting the type of content a user can save or the places where he can save it, Everytime throws traditional restrictions by the wayside and opens up the door for people to save any type of media — including videos and music—publicly or privately, on the web or on their own computers.
Filmmakers, writers, musicians, and photographers will all use Everytime in slightly different ways. Regardless of your occupation, you’ll want to start by signing up for an account and creating your first “project.” Projects are places where you can save media, in addition to your own notes and drawings. Decide if your project should be public or private, and choose whether to have Everytime upload your local bookmarks. If you’re a journalist, for example, then you’ll want to create private projects for each article you’re working on. Each time you come across content that you want to save for future reference, add it to the associated project just like you would typically bookmark a link. With Everytime, you can bookmark specific moments in a video or audio file, which saves you time when referencing that file in the future.
Everything within your project stays there, even if you accidentally hit “delete.” Everytime keeps trashed items for 30 days, and lets you restore those items at any time during that period. The application also lets you follow other users’ public projects, and integrates seamlessly with popular serves like Basecamp, Dropbox, and Evernote.
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