The SciNote electronic lab notebook for mobile is scheduled to be released in mid-April, 2023. Sign up to get notified when the app becomes available for download on App Store and Google Play.
With the SciNote ELN mobile app, you can now dedicate more time to what matters the most – your science
Never miss a protocol step again
Stop printing paper-based protocols. Follow along the protocol steps in the interactive SciNote electronic laboratory notebook mobile app and track your progress.
Record results from your bench
No need to copy hand-written notes into your computer. Store lab notes and results (including images and file attachments) in SciNote directly to save time and avoid mistakes.
Sync across the SciNote platform
No more flipping between paper copies. With your device connected to the internet, your notes, edits, and comments are updated across SciNote in real time.
Keep protocols, tasks, results and relevant files right at your fingertips
Task Management– Access your tasks from your smartphone or tablet
With the SciNote ELN mobile app, you can keep track of the statuses of your tasks, and update them as they progress. View the details, assigned items, and notes for each task, and upload your results.
Get an overview of recent tasks
Search and sort all available tasks
Open and view task contents, including task status, details, notes, protocol, assigned items, and results
Interactive Protocols– Check off protocol steps right at your bench
Check off each protocol step as you complete it using SciNote’s interactive protocol. Your updates are synced across SciNote as long as your device is connected to the internet, so you and other lab members can comment on the protocol as you move forward.
Follow and complete protocol steps and step checklists
Download protocol step attachments
Add comments to protocol steps
Results– Upload your results on the fly as text, images, or file attachments
Add and edit results, including plain text, images, or other file attachments directly through the mobile app. Files are updated across SciNote if your device is connected to the internet, so your team members can provide immediate feedback to the latest results.
Add and edit results as plain text, images, or file attachments
Download result attachments
Add comments to results
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The SciNote Mobile App is scheduled to be released on App Store and Google Play in mid-April, 2023.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does it mean that the app is in its beta version?
This means that the SciNote ELN mobile app isn’t in its complete form yet, and we are still working to improve and roll out additional functionalities in future releases. As such, feedback from you, the user, is very important to us; your experience will inform our prioritization of features. Please feel free to contact your Customer Success Manager, or email email@example.com, if you would like to share your experience of using the SciNote ELN mobile app with us.
What kind of devices are supported by SciNote ELN mobile app?
The SciNote app supports the following phones and tablets:
Android devices including Android 5.0 (API level 21) and newer
iOS devices including iOS version 11 and newer
When can I have access to the mobile app?
The mobile app will be available for download through the Apple App Store and Google Play by mid April. Make sure to sign up for the email notification so you will receive an update.
Can I open attachments (such as Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, or PDF files) directly through the mobile app?
Attachments in protocol steps and tasks will be downloaded and automatically opened with your device’s applications if available. Otherwise, you will be asked to select an app to open the downloaded file. In the task results, attached images can be previewed directly.
Will the app cost me extra?
No; the app is free of charge. The app works with the browser-based SciNote ELN, so you do need a SciNote account in order to use the app.
What are the main differences between the new app and the previous (legacy) app?
In the legacy app, you are only able to see protocol steps. In the new app, you will have access to open task contents, including task status, details, notes, protocol, assigned items, and results. In addition, you can check off protocol steps and step checklists as they get completed, comment on protocol tasks and results, and add your results as plain text, images, or file attachments.
What happens if I am using the legacy app?
We will transition out of the legacy app in the future. We recommend that you move to the new app whenever possible.
What is the timeline for app rollout for Platinum plan or locally hosted users?
The timeline for rollout for Platinum plan and locally hosted users will be shared when available. Please contact your Customer Success Manager for more information.
What’s the difference between the app and the browser-based SciNote?
The SciNote app is in beta; we will be adding new functionalities to the app in future releases. However, the app is meant to work as a companion to the full (browser) version of SciNote, not to replace it.
Will the changes I make through the app reflected immediately across the platform?
Yes. Updates you make through the app will be synced across the platform as long as the app device is connected to the internet.
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The most helpful thing about Sci-Note is the ability to easily add new findings or updates to your protocol. Instead of keeping a chronological record, I can collect all my findings connected with one type of assay/idea in one place. I also save the scripts/commands I use for future reference.
I like that SciNote is cloud-based. This allows my students to access data outside of the lab. They typically analyze their data at home. I am new to SciNote. I especially like the webinar tutorials and the personal support I receive from SciNote.
SciNote allows you to keep all protocols, inventories, raw data, analysis and comments in one easily accessible place. No more going through the stack of paper notebooks to find things. The PI can search for experimental data from anywhere. Students can easily be shared data within your research group.
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The SciNote Mobile App release is scheduled for mid-April, 2023. Sign up to get notified when the app becomes available for download on App Store and Google Play.