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Web searcher can't keep info organized

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Bid Peoples

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I search the web for information about new projects. I get the leads from newspaper feeds sorted by google each day. This works fine. My problem is that I have to sometimes get more information about a project so I write them an email. This causes a fileing problem. I need the following:

When a google lead comes in, I need to give the URL its own space, so when I look at the URL I need to do a "save to" and it will be put in its own separate folder. Next when I write for more information, I need that email to go into the same folder and when I get a response, that needs to go in there also.

In addition, I need the folders to be listed, and a marker of some sort saying the file is still active, or is complete.

Sometimes the project is long term, and I need to check for more information in a week or month. It would be helpful if there was a tickler file that would remind me to see if anything new is happening.

Is there a project software that will let me organize these data something similar to the above?


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