Milanote – smart exporting

I've written about Milanote before. It's a nice project planning site using nested boards to gather all kinds of related material. One of its more clever features, one that isn't obvious or even much promoted, is its smart execution of exporting. I've mentioned this before, but think it is worth repeating. Take this example board: … Continue reading Milanote – smart exporting

My informal listing of note-takers and information managers

I've started a list of note-taking and information management apps using Dynalist. This list is mostly of apps available online via browser, though some are available as well on MacOS and iOS devices. This listing is in no way intended to be comprehensive. Mostly, they are apps I find interesting enough to want to check … Continue reading My informal listing of note-takers and information managers

Amplenote and Organizedly–two similar all-purpose browser organizers

Over the past few weeks I've learned about and have been trying out two browser-based organizers, Amplenote and Organizedly. I was going to write reviews of each individually, but they are so similar in their functionality that I though it might be more interesting to introduce them and then discuss their differences. Because an article … Continue reading Amplenote and Organizedly–two similar all-purpose browser organizers

SpringNotes: a newcomer to the note-taking field

SpringNotes is a new markdown note-taking app with some nice task management features. Update: I received some answers and feedback from the developer of SpringNotes, which I have noted below. SpringNotes is a markdown-based note manager for Mac and iOS that was released last month. There is nothing earth-shatteringly new about the app. It has … Continue reading SpringNotes: a newcomer to the note-taking field

Notejoy: My Evernote Replacement

I have been searching a long time for a suitable replacement for Evernote. My biggest gripe with Evernote is that it has an unintuitive user interface, and isn't consistent across platforms (although that is getting better). For me, Evernote has been a junk drawer, but not a place for writing notes… in fact, I can't … Continue reading Notejoy: My Evernote Replacement