A new medium for your ideas—augment your thinking with a text editor designed for structuring lists. Side-by-side views allow 3 modes of thinking.
Indigrid lets you list and group pieces of text in a hierarchical tree structure: so that you can organize big networks of ideas and navigate them—because the emphasis is on manipulating the ideas, instead of designing a document.
It is like a text editor for mind mapping, with more emphasis on text editing and no graphics.
Unique outliner features
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+ Open up different parts of your outline next to each other by opening it up in a new column.
+ Drag and drop between columns.
+ Undo history is stored even after closing Indigrid, keeping a history of all your changes.
+ Undo extended to view operations as well—closing columns, changing filters, etc.
Boomarks (saved views)
+ Sidebar to switch between different saved-views that will keep your columns, and filters.
+ Construct "dashboards" of your different projects so you aren't spending as much time navigating your outline.
Characteristics at a glance
+ No formatting keyboard shortcuts or toolbars to get in your way, just good ol' portable plain text.
+ Normal mode for when the focus is on operations at an element level—delete to delete an entire block of text.
+ Edit mode for when the focus is on individual letters.
+ No file operation, i.e. save and open.
+ Automatically opens in background to corruption-resistance database that can survive power outages.
+ Designed for touch typists.
+ Every operation possible with the mouse, is possible using the keyboard—never leave the keyboard.