Cogitum Co-Citer lets you create collections of texts from the Internet. It automatically captures selected text, its title, Internet address where the text was found, and the date the text is added to the collection. You can also assign comments and categories to the texts, organize them, send by e-mail, export/import, search the collection, sort, print, and more.
How many citations will fit in a folder? How many folders can be created?
There are no specific limitations on the number of citations, but very large folders (more than 1000 citations) may require substantially longer processing times, depending on your computer processor and memory.
In addition, there are no specific limitations on the number of folders you can create.
Can I grab text from a location other than the Internet (for example, from my computer locally)?
Yes. However the text you want to grab and place to your collection should be in HTML format. If you have the texts in another formats you should use a special converter.
To grab a text saved on your computer:
1. Launch Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher, or switch to the Microsoft Internet Explorer window
2. Select File -> Open...
3. Click Browse...
4. Select the "HTML Files" option in the file type drop down list
5. Select the location of the file and click Open
To grab a text, follow the user manual instructions.