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Capture Your Ideas and Realize Them with the Quire App

Capture Your Ideas and Realize Them with the Quire App

Wouldn’t it be great to get all your ideas and thoughts down in one place, as words or images, and then realize them as goals in the real world, whenever you want and wherever you are?

There are moments when we see something we are keen on capturing. This could happen on the bus, subway, train, plane, or while walking down the street. Instead of spending the time to explain what you see on paper, or attempting to memorize things in your mind, the free iOS app by Quire can be used to capture all that you need with just a few taps. You can break your captures into tasks, assign them to your team members, add due dates, prioritize, reply to comments posted by members, and get instant notifications and updates wherever you are.

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    The 3-in-1 Snap to Add

    When you tap on the “+” icon in the Quire app, you’ll see three options: Text, Camera and Photos. You may think that the simplest and quickest way to capture your ideas is by choosing Text, but with Camera and Photos you can do what you need to do in just a few seconds.

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      With this function, as shown in the image above, you can add some text, capture an image, or import a task from your iPhone’s photo album to save you the trouble of writing everything down.

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      When you’re in a meeting, for example, you can take a shot of scribbles and drawings on the board (rather than having to type them), and immediately add it as a task to work on later.

      Another scenario that could happen to you: while taking a walk down the park, if you suddenly envision the theme to your next brilliant screenplay — you can easily capture this moment with the Quire app for your future reference.

      Take the Quire App on the Go

      Quire has released its first ever iOS app to simplify your task management, especially when you’re on the go. With the Quire iOS app, you can add, schedule, and manage your tasks as well as chat with your colleagues in real time.

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      For example, you can swipe to quickly complete, delete, add a task or subtask, easily type a description, or leave a comment with attachments in “task detail” to update your team members. It also allows you to assign tasks to your team, giving them due dates, priorities, and tags.

      Another benefit of this app is that you don’t need to worry about losing your work. Even if you lose your internet connection, you can continue with whatever you’re working on in the app offline. After your connection is restored, it lets you save all the changes you made by syncing them automatically.

      Simple and Rich Interface

      The interface and features of the app are an eye-catcher. Once you register with email or sign in with Google, there’s a simple introduction on the home screen welcoming you with a few of the basic features to help you kick-start a project.

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      When you’re inside the app, you can find everything you need in as little as 3 taps.

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        Many people nowadays are super active and would like to be able to do what they do on their desktops on their smartphones. That includes things like tracking and getting updates on work, no matter where they go. What’s important, however, is that people want to get their ideas and thoughts down faster, without going through the trouble of jotting them down — or worse, forgetting them in the back of their heads. This whole process seems much more simplified when you have the iOS app by Quire. If you have an iPhone, you can easily download it for free from the App Store to test out its efficiency.

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