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December 21, 2022

DEVONthink To Go 3.6.2

Screenshot showing DEVONthink To Go's new web settings.

Our last update for 2022, DEVONthink To Go 3.6.2, adds new settings for web browsing as well as options for exporting databases as ZIP archives, e.g., as an app-independent backup. We also enhanced the Clip to DEVONthink extension and fixed bugs. (more)

November 30, 2022

DEVONthink 3.8.7

Screenshot showing how to export the graph of related words via the Concordance inspector's contextual menu.

Today’s update for DEVONthink for Mac brings several additions, improvements, and fixes. Version 3.8.7 shows and lets you work with highlights in HTML-based documents, quickly reveal the location of replicated or duplicated items via the contextual menu, or export the related words graph or cloud from the Concordance inspector. (more)

November 17, 2022

DEVONthink To Go 3.6

Screenshot of iOS 16 focus filter settings showing DEVONthink databases and smart groups.

This update for DEVONthink To Go introduces support for iOS 16 focus filters, TextBundles, and placemarks. In addition, it brings the ability to merge documents and adds and improves conversions between file formats. OCR is faster, too, and search finds documents by filename. (more)

September 22, 2022

Autumn Updates

Screenshot of a Google Docs document loaded for editing in DEVONthink.

With today’s maintenance releases for DEVONthink and all editions of DEVONagent we concentrated on the many smaller improvements that can brighten your day, save you clicks, or fix that bug or glitch you might have stumbled upon already. (more)

July 21, 2022

DEVONthink 3.8.5

Screenshot showing the Link To menu in Markdown documents in DEVONthink.

Today’s maintenance release for DEVONthink for Mac provides some needed fixes, as well as a few additions and improvements. There are, for example, a new Link To context menu for Markdown as well as some enhancements to item links and metadata detection. But that is, of course, not all. (more)

July 19, 2022

DEVONthink To Go 3.5.2

Screenshot of the settings for sharing documents.

This maintenance release for DEVONthink To Go adds a new setting for sharing items as files, item links, or Markdown item links. It also recognizes contact cards and lets you run Shortcuts actions on the currently selected items. On iOS or iPadOS 16, it brings fixes for three crashes on the current betas. (more)

June 22, 2022

DEVONthink 3.8.4

Screenshot showing the multimedia filter of DEVONthink.

This maintenance release brings a variety of additions and improvements for the everyday life with DEVONthink for Mac. From new preferences and a new filter pane to enhancements for the Markdown editor, support for pencil drawings added with DEVONthink To Go 3.5, better date handling in automations, and more. (more)

May 25, 2022

DEVONthink To Go 3.5

Screenshot showing a Markdown document being edited in DEVONthink To Go and the key commands overlay.

This update for DEVONthink To Go brings a new text editor for plain text, Markdown, RTF, and the HTML-based formatted notes. Other enhancements include a three-column layout, more keyboard commands, and new PDF view options. The update also improves the overall performance and reliability. (more)

March 17, 2022

DEVONthink 3.8.3

Screenshot showing the Tools menu of DEVONthink.

This maintenance release for DEVONthink for Mac delivers a bit new, a bit improved, and some fixes. Split PDFs into single pages or export metadata as JSON. Clipping web pages to formatted notes retains the styling better. Smart rules run more reliably, AppleScript learns more tricks, and the synchronization is more stable. (more)

February 3, 2022

DEVONthink 3.8.1

Screenshot showing the new way of displaying labels in the flags column in DEVONthink.

Our first update for DEVONthink for Mac this year is all about the small improvements from cross-linking to searching, clipping, Markdown handling, and PDF annotating. It reorganizes the Tools menu for clarity and adds new commands. Color labels can be shown in the flags column and you can choose which item count you want to see in the Dock. (more)