Sudh's Review of InshortReviewed on 4/15/18 9:13 AM
I never knew this app was so easy and powerful, until I a came across a YouTube video tutorial. It’s a must for business analysts , project managers or anyone who wants to define process and workflow. I wish the developer add more features like collaboration and notification users to other users. Also if the developer uploads some guide of short YouTube videos tutorials to new users.
Hassaan Abdeen's Review of InshortReviewed on 3/30/18 6:39 PM
Good luck trying to figure out how to get started let along getting to use it.
EW-TT's Review of InshortReviewed on 12/17/18 1:23 PM
What I'd like to know is when are you coming out with the version for the Mac and linking the iPad version to it for data transfer, etc.? I do highly recommend reading the book on TOC and then diving in with a critical project. It's more than a 50/50 chance that you'll get to rely on this product. One area of improvement would be to put in some more editing tools say for cut and paste of multiple objects instead of the one-at-a-time process that exists now. Otherwise, so far so great!
cwerks's Review of InshortReviewed on 12/17/18 1:23 PM
Last update causes crash
Cowbell-Challenged's Review of InshortReviewed on 12/17/18 1:23 PM
Yesterday I heard about inShort for the first time, and I purchased the iPhone version. Today I purchased the iPad version. I will likely buy the Mac version before the end of the week. Why is this program certainly one of the five best software tools I have ever seen or used in my 30+ year career in IT? Because it teaches you how to learn. One of the biggest deficits in any educational program, tool, or system is the lack of an organically embedded encouragement layer that prods and rewards the student/user for improving their learning skills. Yes, many people can set about learning many things, and they do, but learning how to learn better improves your abilities (and your thinking process) across the board. Outlining, project management, and analytical tools come and go. Entire software companies come and go. But a book, painting, movie, or experience that deeply changes your life is golden. And a learning experience that deeply changes your life is worth an entire bank in terms of personal value. Looking at the big picture, this "small," lone program is possibly the best Swiss Army Knife on the entire apps store. For that reason alone, it is the best bargain available. But since learning and using it will hone your mind like nothing before, if you value your impact on the world and your ability to contribute to the evolution of the human species, you owe it to yourself—and all of us—to get this program, use it a bit, and improve your mind and analytical process faster and better than just about any program, course, or book available.
BCECORP's Review of InshortReviewed on 12/17/18 1:23 PM
This program is an excellent educational and practical application into project planning and execution
LukeMadden's Review of InshortReviewed on 12/17/18 1:23 PM
Once you get through the user guide - either the PDF document from the developer website or the excellent version in the app - you'll be equipped to use InShort effectively. The developer has done a fantastic job of creating a robust tool that allows for complexity to be reduced as much as possible. DO NOT think you're gonna jump into this app without a little time investment in learning how to use it well. But once you've educated yourself a little bit, you'll be a powerful wielder of a tremendous tool.
sharpening's Review of InshortReviewed on 12/17/18 1:23 PM
I noticed another review comparing this to Microsoft Project. If all you do is projects...and all you care about is milestones, and such - then of course, there are better apps for that. If you want to model processes and a variety of other capabilities this app supports, then get this app. Other apps in the store and software like Microsoft Project, come up woefully short - they weren't designed for that. This app is great at what it was designed to do - and that should be the starting point of all reviews - how well does it do what it was designed to do!
k10008's Review of InshortReviewed on 12/17/18 1:23 PM
Easy to use, it takes a little bit of time to master but is worth your time and money.
hawaiian808808's Review of InshortReviewed on 12/17/18 1:23 PM
App no longer starts up, just shows an error dialog message.