Tutorials, Product Tips and Tricks
Our demos will help you get started with Omea Pro 2.0.
Startup Wizard Walk-through
This short tutorial will guide you through the Omea Pro 2.0 Startup Wizard with a step-by-step explanation of the options and possibilities.
Read using Omea
Subscribe to Feeds
This tutorial explains how to subscribe to feeds using both Omea Pro and Omea Reader. See how to subscribe to a single feed, or several at once by importing feed subscriptions from an OPML file and Bloglines feed aggregator.
Subscribe to Newsgroups
This tutorial shows you how to add a news server, set options for newsgroups on the server, and subscribe to newsgroups using both Omea Pro and Omea Reader.
Organize Using Omea
Organize your information by the topic it relates to, with Categories. This tutorial shows you how to create a category, drag and drop resources into it, and assign multiple resources to the same category quickly.
Create a Workspace
If you want to clear the mess, and only see the resources important to your current work, create a Workspace! This tutorial shows you how.
Create an Action Rule
Stay up-to-date with your incoming information with Action Rules. In this tutorial, you will
learn how to teach Omea to sort any new information that includes a specific keyword, into a Category.
TIP: Watch Creating Categories first!
Customize and Create New Font and Color Rule
When you want to quickly recognize incoming information, like a newsletter, or email from an important person, teach Omea to change its color or font automatically with a Rule!
Create Own Links
When two or more of your resources are related, and you’d like to quickly identify that relationship, Link them! Here’s how
Explore the Web Using Browser Plugins
Create Clipping in Internet Explorer®
When you’re looking at any information in Omea, or even browsing the Internet, you can take a Clipping of some important text that you want to remember later. This short tutorial demonstrates how to create Clippings (small snippets) from pages you browse using Internet Explorer.
Subscribe to Feeds, Annotate and Categorize Web Pages in Firefox™
See how to create feed subscriptions and bookmarks from within the Mozilla Firefox browser.