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New Website to collect your recipes

Old 08-29-2020, 02:57 PM
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Hi All,

There is a new website called, 'Copy Me That' and it is wonderful. If you like to collect recipes like I do, then this is the website for you. I just discovered it and loaded it on my computer. I was so impressed that I bought a life-time subscription for $24.00 USD. What a bargain.

I have another popular subscription with another company and it is very expensive and after you own it they still charge you each year for something.

With COPYMETHAT, after you load the program, you add an icon to your address bar. Then when you see a recipe on the computer you want to keep, you click on the icon and it copies it into their program. You click their little box that comes up. It takes you to the recipe. You then decide what categories you want the recipe listed under, you confirm that the recipe is how you want to see it and then it is done. Easy-peasy. What can be easier? Usually I end up cutting and pasting a recipe into my Word and sometimes the recipe's website will NOT let you copy and then if you really, really want the recipe you have to either print it or type it out yourself. What a pain.

Another great thing is that it keeps track of the recipe's author, so if you want to go back at a later date and review the recipe and see what comments were made about the recipe before you make it, it will take you right to the recipe. It also lets you edit the recipe, to make your own changes and it also keeps the picture of the recipe. I really hate it when I can't see what a recipe is suppose to look like.

So, check the website out for yourself, I think that you will love it: copymethat.com Just a note: I don't have any affiliation to that website, I just thought others would like to know about it.
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Old 08-29-2020, 04:42 PM
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Sounds great- unfortunately it’s not available for Apple. What I do is text myself with the recipe (or whatever). Easy right now but not very organized.

I will ⎌keep a watch in case t becomes available.

Thanks for the info
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Old 09-03-2020, 05:38 AM
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Interesting. Right now, I just take a screenshot and file it in my, "Recipes," file.

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Old 09-03-2020, 08:17 AM
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Hello Mac ~
Thank you so much for pointing me to this program! I love to collect recipes but had no organization just reams of sheets of recipes. I'm trying it free for a while to see if it will work much better for me. I love the fact that I can catagorize it to my liking and that it saves the pictures!
Again, thanks for taking the time to share.
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Old 09-05-2020, 07:46 AM
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I started forum just for me on a free website and I post all my recipes there. My family have access to it to print or read but no one posts but me. My daughter has the login for the site admin if needed. It's years old and each post is emailed to me and I archive the recipe posts in a cloud setting. Easy and fast. They will always be accessible as long as there is internet. I hand wrote all the favorite recipes and put in nice recipe box for my two daughters one year for Christmas.
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