I used to be really good at remembering where I got my records. As my Rosetta Stone collection grew, I wanted to keep track of where and when I got my records to give me an idea of how my collection has evolved and what places helped me get there.It is so easy to navigate around the program with the + and = signs, any plans to incorporate new buttons or functions?Absolutely, but we never want to add features just for the sake of saying we have them. Our goal is to enhance the collecting experience and not weigh people down with a clunky piece of software.We recently launched wishlists, album cover art view, and a filter feature so you can easily find records based on the information you've entered. Next, we'll be looking to add features that allow you to share your collections and wishlists with others.I love the notes section, will you incorporate and vinyl cover art into the program? Regarding the notes section, what can that be used for?Personally, I use the notes section to keep track of favorite tracks, lyrics, and information about my experiences with the album and artist.It is also great for capturing information about an album where we do not have a dedicated field. With the new filter feature, one can locate records based on anything that is entered in notes. It's really flexible.With respect to cover art, we will look to expand this functionality down the line. Right now, we just wanted Rosetta Stone Software to make it easy for people to add an image to associate with an album.We just launched some updates to our record collecting app, my.analogapartment.com.In this update, we focused on making it easy to keep track of the records you have AND the records you want. We even added a handy print feature so you can take your wishlist with you to the local stores, record fairs, and garage/stoop sales.Is there any way to take the data that I enter and copy it to another program like Excel or Word? (A copy and paste feature?)Right now, we don't have a feature to pull the data into Excel or Word but I have received requests to do this. We will probably build it into the program. If anyone wants an Excel or Word file with their collection information in it, they can shoot me an email and I'll be happy to export their data from the database.The flipside, we also want people to be able to upload a list of albums into Analog Apartment. For people that already keep track of their collection in Excel or another program, we don't want them to have to enter each album individually. Just like exporting, we're happy to import a collection from a spreadsheet into My Analog Apartment on behalf of the user.Right now, the program is available as a free download. You will be amazed at just how easy it is to document and catalog Rosetta Stone Spanish (Latin) your record collection using this simple software. It was developed by record collectors- for record collectors and is the best one available on the market today and I highly recommend stopping by and giving it a try. You wont be disappointed.