If your notes are stored on the iPad server, you can see
time-date-person stamp of the last modification for each tag in a
document: put the cursor within the tag of interest and the stamp
appears in the right-bottom corner of the iPad editor.
In the current version of iPad there is no way to see the full history of such stamps, but it is planned in the product roadmap.
Yes. For details, please see the "Document type customization" section in the iPad Help.
Yes. For details, please see the "Saving queries" section in the iPad Help.
We don't. However, our standard pricing is already highly competitive.
The license is given per user account. We have no problem with the
account being used by multiple people. However, keep in mind that if all people use the same account, all
info is accessible to everyone, both for reading and writing. Also,
you'll have no trace as to who made changes and won't be able to
benefit from concurrent document editing by multiple users. Finally,
when you look at a given note, it won't be easy to figure out who
it belongs to.
So all in all, it's not so great to use one account by multiple people at the same time.
Yes. The best way to deal with high turnover is as
- have several active accounts for people who are in the lab (ideally, one account per person)
- dedicate one account to archive notes of people who left the lab
- once a person leaves the lab, put their documents in the archive account and liberate the active account for the new person.
The simplest way to transfer data from one user account to another is to open each document of the 1st
user, save it into the desired folder in the account of the 2nd user
using "Save as", and then delete the original document once it has
If there are too many documents, you can also export/import entire
1. Export the user account using the command "Export My DB" into an empty folder on your computer (see "Document Management" section in Help for more details)
2. Login as the 2nd user
3. Import the exported data using "Import My DB" and selecting the folder above (note: this will add the exported data but will not erase the information already stored by the 2nd user).
If you would like to share a snapshot of your notes, you can simply export your notes as HTML, zip, and share them as any other file. If you would like to share the notes continuously, so that all the changes are automatically sharedThe simplest way to do this is to synchronize your notes with Evernote and then share the desired notes using the Evernote sharing functionality.
At this point, we do not provide native iPad application on Lion OS. However, you can still launch iPad with a single click. To do this, you need to configure two things:
1. Open the iPadEditor.sh file in a text editor and add the full path of the folder where you installed iPad before startup.jar (e.g., /User/John/iPadEditor/startup.jar).
2. Right-click on the iPadEditor.sh file, select "Open with", select "Other", select the Terminal program (found in the Utilities folder), check the "Always open with this program" checkbox, and click OK.
We have an informal policy that if a client purchases 10 licenses, they can request to bump a particular feature in the roadmap to the next iPad release (to be available within a month of the purchase).
Visit the iPad ELN forum. If you still don’t find an answer there, submit your question and you will get a prompt response.