CurationSoft Update: Import OPML File 

Great news for those who have been asking about importing your feeds from, say, Google Reader.  Now you can! Instructions: 1.  You should have seen an update if you’ve opened CurationSoft in the last few hours (it’s fresh!) 2.  Once the update is done, you’re good to go for importing your OPML file. 3.  In […]

CurationSoft 1.0.7 Release Notes 

Below are the release notes from Brandon Hall, CTO of CurationSoft.  Users will find this update exciting on many fronts.  Namely, adding RSS feeds as sources to CurationSoft! That was a request pretty much from day one from many users.  As you’ll see below, many improvements and even complete code revamps have been included in […]

What’s on tap for CurationSoft’s next update… 

We’re working hard on the next update.  Since August we’ve pushed out several updates and we’re not slowing down. RSS Feeds Users have asked about adding individual RSS feeds – we’re working on that in the next update! Cleaner Results, More Results As well, Brandon has been cleaning up the way dragged content looks in […]

Update: CurationSoft Version 1.0.5 

Brandon has been hard at work on a new update.  This update deals mostly with the free version, though customers with paid licenses will like bullet #3 below. The free version is ad-supported and can be used for an unlimited time.  Though it lacks most of the content sources of the full version, it will […]

CurationSoft 1.0.3 Released 

We just pushed CurationSoft 1.0.3 to users. This is a MAJOR update and we think you’ll love it! The release notes are below. If you run into any issues, make sure to let us know via the support portal. If you wanna talk about how awesome the update is, make sure to let us know […]

New CurationSoft update coming… 

Exciting news for CurationSoft users:  we have an update coming soon! What’s coming: Google News! Exciting! Search, drag, and drop up-to-the-minute news from Google news.  Sneak peek below… CurationSoft users will be able to search and pull the top 10 news stories on any keyword.  The same drag and drop capabilities, of course, with the […]