@Kevin Co - If you have a windows based computer, you most likely have Microsoft OneNote installed on it. I use this app on my phone and on my computer and love the way it works seamlessly between the two. You can easily create different notebooks, tabs, etc. to help bucket your different interactions and help keep your timeline straight.
@Michael Seeker i use OneNote in the office for the day job but had not thought about using it like. thanks!
Evernote (free version) was a great app when ran it across multiple devices, It is now restricted to only two devices for free but if you can pay for it. You would find it very useful and user friendly.
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