When you hear the name LooseStitch, you may think it’s a knitting site but it’s actually an online outlining site – i.e. a way to “stitch” ideas together. LooseStitch differs from traditional text editing programs by allowing users to fluidly add new rows and text and then re-order with ease.
LooseStitch is quite helpful in managing thoughts and ideas, especially while brainstorming. Users can modify the colors of rows to signify importance or mark items as completed, making it an effective plan organizer as well. To encourage outside input, LooseStitch employs collaboration features and user-level password protection. Best of all, LooseStitch does not lock you into a proprietary format but instead offers exporting in several common file formats.
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March 5, 2009
Thanks for writing such a great and insightful review of LooseStitch. You have been able to convey the benefits and usefulness of the app even better than I myself would have been able to. Really appreciate it.
LooseStitch Pro is out and we feel a lot of interesting possibilities have opened up. I would like you to try it out for yourself. As a gesture of thanks I would be happy to sign you up for free. Please write to me directly.
March 7, 2009
We’re eager to find great services such as Loosestitch, thank-you for the offer. I’ll follow up via email.
November 13, 2009
I’m glad I’ve stumbled with this post.. It’s a very helpful tool for the students out there since they’ll be doing their homeworks using the internet nowadays…
Looking forward to read your other posts soon 🙂