I just bought RightNote today. It is currently my preferred information manager.What about all the information you've saved in other programs? Just have to guess what is where?
Well, i haven't really committed to one program yet, but I'm going to start with this one. What I'm doing now is I have an area in the RN notebook where I bring all my other notes into, and then I'll re-file them from there. I don't need all my notes from other programs urgently, so unless I miss it, I'm going to leave it alone. I was able to bring in my old evernote notes with some fiddling (Evernote's restriction's, not RightNote). So I had a bunch of stuff in Evernote that I brought in. All the other ones: keynote, onenote, mybase, cintanotes...I'm leaving those alone right now. I haven't had to go back to 99% of them ever anyway. However, I have a ton of stuff in InfoQube that I'm not going to bring in because InfoQube's notes are very different that a regular notetaking application like RightNote. IQ is more of a database/spreadsheet thing and the data inside is a lot more complicated. Like, I have "interactive" data in Infoqube that is pretty sophisticated: my transcript is in there, with unit and GPA calculations that Pierre helped me with, I have Armando's project management database in there (with addressbooks, task items, and grids linking to each other), I have artist/album libraries in there. There's no way RightNote can handle stuff like that. I never used IQ as a general note collector really.
So based on that, my current information management is relying on Rightnote for general notes, CHS for collecting anything I copy, and IQ for sophisticated organizing and complex structuring. And I'm not sure I would want to combine the features of either of them with another...I've learned to let that go.