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Oct 16

MyInfo 7 beta test sign-up

We are happy to inform you that soon MyInfo 7 will be available for beta testing. This will start as a private beta testing and will be available only to the existing customers of MyInfo 6.

If you are a MyInfo 6 customer and would like to beta test MyInfo 7, you need to do the following:

  1. Register a user account in our forums, if you already don’t have one. All features and user comments about MyInfo 7 private beta should be posted in the hidden Beta Testing section of our forums.
  2. Send us a message at beta@milenix.com with your forum’s user name, so that we can give you access to the hidden section of the forums.

For all non-customers, please note that later, there will be public beta version too. Subscribe to our blog to stay informed about it’s release.

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May 12

Feature Preview: Saved Searches

The next update of MyInfo will make working with search queries much easier. Recently we added search history, so you can easily use a previously used search. Now, we are improving on this and you can “pin” your most used search queries, so that they will be always available to you.

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23
Nov 10

MyInfo 5.50 beta test

Just a quick reminder that MyInfo 5.50 is under way..

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11
Feb 09

Vote for new features

Our forums are an excellent place for new ideas, suggestions and improvements over existing MyInfo features. However, with so many suggestions lately, it is difficult for us to keep track of everything and to decide which are the most desired features from our customers.

That’s why we have added special suggestions page, where you could vote for your favorite new features. We have added some of the ideas we received from you, but if you can’t find your idea in the list, feel free to add it. Even if it is something little like changing the name of a menu command, this could help us improve MyInfo!

Why not start voting for new features now?

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25
Jun 08

Feature preview: Stronger Encryption

With the next version of MyInfo Professional, we will offer you an industry-strength encryption support. We are going to support the AES256.

AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), also known as Rijndael, is a block cipher adopted as an encryption standard by the U.S. government.

MyInfo properties and password dialog

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06
Apr 08

Feature preview: CSV Import

We are glad to inform you that the next release of MyInfo will offer a fully functional delimited text (CSV) import. It will be compatible with the CSV exported by MyInfo Professional, Microsoft Excel and almost any other application on the market.

CSV Import Dialog

It will offer field auto discovery (automatically map matching field names and topic attributes).

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08
Oct 07

MyInfo 4 public beta available

We have just released the public beta version of MyInfo 4. We consider MyInfo 4 to be a huge improvement over the previous versions of the product.

Some of the highlights in the new release are:

This beta version is available to anyone, however please keep in mind that as every beta version of a product, it is highly recommended to backup any important data, if you intend to use it with the beta version of the product.

MyInfo 4 public beta comes in two editions:

  • The regular desktop edition is for installation on PCs running Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP or Windows Vista.
  • The portable Flash-drive compatible edition is for installation on flash/thumb drive.

If you find any problems with this beta version, please let us know.

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25
Jul 07

Last private beta of MyInfo 4

We have just released the last private beta version (limited to current MyInfo customers only) of MyInfo 4. It includes all new features, which will be available in the new edition of MyInfo. We will cover the new features in this private beta on this blog.

The next beta version of MyInfo 4 (and probably the last before the official release of MyInfo 4)  will be available August and will be free for everybody to download. We expect to ship the final version of MyInfo late August/beginning of September, 2007.

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14
Jul 07

MyInfo 4 preview: USB drives compatibility

Although MyInfo 3 could be installed on a USB flash drive, it works far from perfect. It could not store user settings back to the flash drive and in general it is not designed for such a purpose.

In MyInfo 4, we have paid a special attention to the ability of the application to run on a USB drive. Now, all user settings are stored back on the USB drive. Even little things as your personal spelling dictionary are remembered between the different host computers. There will be separate install package of MyInfo, especially designed for portable installation.

The pros of using MyInfo (or any other application) on a thumb drive is that you can always have your favorite application and all your data with you. In addition, the backup of such installation is extremely easy, because all files that you have to backup are stored in a single computer folder.

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11
Jul 07

MyInfo 4 private beta test sign-up

We are happy to announce that the first beta version of MyInfo 4 will soon be available for test. This is a private beta and as always, only customers of MyInfo 3 will be allowed to take part in the beta testing.

If you are a registered user of MyInfo 3 and would like to beta test MyInfo 4 private release, you need to do the following:

  1. Register user account on our forums, if you already don’t have one. All features and user comments about MyInfo 4 private beta should be posted in the hidden section of our forums.
  2. Send us a mail message at beta@milenix.com with your forums user name, so that we can give you access to the hidden section of the forums.

For all non-customers, please note that later in the summer, there will be public beta version too. Subscribe to our blog to stay informed about it’s release.

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