outline processor

outline processor

[′au̇t‚līn ‚prä‚ses·ər]
(computer science)
A software system that organizes notes in ordinary English into an outline that serves as the basis for a document.
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outline processor

Software that allows the user to type in thoughts and organize them into an outline form.
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Other features that promote greater collaboration include: import and export to OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language) file format that provides the use of mind maps and information created with other productivity tools; the possibility to create multiple mind maps in a single workspace; presentation mode improvements delivering the option to view notes within a mind map presentation; and new mind map parts within the library, that ensure faster mind map creation.
While patrons may have various methods of exploring RSS feeds from Google Reader to portals such as NYTimes.com's My Times, solid RSS clients that allow for text styling and exporting/ importing OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language) are useful for librarians juggling many feeds.
OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language) is best defined as a list of feeds.
The first is OPML, or Outline Processor Markup Language.
The emerging Outline Processor Markup Language (OPML) promises these features and more, which makes it an excellent format for creating and sharing research and information guides.