Notezilla

Notezilla

Notezilla is a elegant sticky notes app for Windows and mobile phones that is designed to keep you well-equipped and well-organized. The application lets you layout your thoughts and ideas on colorful sticky notes and manage them thourgh a checklist with pending tasks. Set reminders that will automatically notify you about import tansks that needs to be done before a specific time or date.

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Joplin
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Joplin

Joplin is a free and open source note taking and to-do list application. Joplin can handle large number of notes organised into notebooks and allow you to write memorable notes using markdown. With Joplin your notes are searchable, can be copied, tagged and modified either from the applications directly or from your own text editor.

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Evernote
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Evernote

Orginize your notes effortlessly in the cloud with Evernote. The application is designed or note taking, organizing, task management, and archiving. With Evernote users can find information and take notes in the form of text, drawings, photographs, or saved web content that can be shared with anyone. Evernote is available cross platform and is free to sign up for, however premium features are provided at a monthly cost.

Suggested by Jenna Jenna
Google Keep
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Google Keep

A free note-taking service developed by Google. With Google Keep you can quickly capture what's on your mind and get reminded at the right time or place. Google Keep is available on the web, and has mobile apps for the Android and iOS mobile operating systems. You can use your original Google Account, email or phone to access your notes stored in Google's cloud.

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Bear
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Bear

Bear is a beautiful, flexible writing application for crafting notes and prose. The app is available for iPhone, iPad, and Mac and is quick and easy to reach for when inspiration strikes. Writers, lawyers, chefs, teachers, engineers, students, parents, and more use Bear to take notes and write. Bear provides an advanced markup editor with support syntax highlighting for over 150 programming languages and support for Markdown. The editor also allow for rich previews during the time of writing so that you can see the actual prose, not code. Each note can be individually encrypted and the application itself can be locked and opened with Face or Touch ID allowing you to protect sensitive information. Bear is available for free, while also providing premium feature via a subscription-based Pro version.

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Simplenote
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Simplenote

Simplenote is a cloud-based note-taking application with markdown support. Simplenote works cross-platform and all notes are synced can be accessed from any device that has the application installed, Simplenote also work in most modern browsers.

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Standard Notes
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CherryTree
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NoteLedge
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NoteLedge

NoteLedge is a note taking software for mobile and desktop. With NoteLedge you can stay orginized and make interactive notes with visual media including images, videos or audio recordings.

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Zim
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Zim

Zim is a graphical text editor used to maintain a collection of wiki pages. Each page can contain links to other pages, simple formatting and images. Pages are stored in a folder structure, like in an outliner, and can have attachments. Creating a new page is as easy as linking to a nonexistent page.

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Asana
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Asana

Work anytime, anywhere with Asana. Keep remote and distributed teams, and your entire organization, focused on their goals, projects, and tasks. From the small stuff to the big picture, Asana organizes work so teams are clear what to do, why it matters, and how to get it done.

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Todoist
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Todoist

Over 25 million people and teams use Todoist to plan, organize and collaborate on projects. Todoist is a cloud-based, project management and task application available cross-platform. Whether you are on the run or in-front of a desktop Todoist got you covered with native applications for macOS, Linux, iOS and Android, and browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox and Safari.

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WorkFlowy
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WorkFlowy

WorkFlowy is a web-based application that offers a simpler way to stay organized. If you have a crazy job or an ambitious project, WorkFlowy will be your trusty sidekick. The application is created by Mike Turitzin and Jesse Patel and was picked up by Y Combinator startup camp in 2011. Central to the application is text-based nested list that can be intuitively used to orginize your projects.

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Turtl
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Turtl

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Zoho Notebook
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wikidPad
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wikidPad

wikidPad is a Wiki-like note taking application for storing your thoughts, ideas, todo lists, contacts, or anything else you can think of to write down. What makes wikidPad different from other notepad applications is the ease with which you can cross-link your information. Links in a wiki are created by typing in WikiWords. wikidPad allows you to get a better undestanding of your research and documentation and allow you to better explore and rediscover your knowledge.

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Nuclino
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Nuclino

Nuclino is a lightweight and collaborative wiki for all your team's knowledge, docs, and notes. Nuclino can serve as your teams collective mind. It includes features like a WYSIWYG collaborative real-time editor and a visual representation of a team's knowledge in a graph. Nuclino allows you to stay connected and effective while on the go.

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Monday.com
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Monday.com

Monday.com is a web-based project management tool, helps teams plan together efficiently and execute projects that deliver results on time. The tool provides time tracking, automated notifications, customizable workflows, dependencies, timeline views and integrations with third-party apps. Onboarding is done in an easy-to-understand fashion and get everybody up-to-speed quickly. With Monday.com team members can manage their work their own way while simultaneously striving towards a common goal.

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ClickUp
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ClickUp

ClickUp is a SaaS-based productivity platform that provides a fundamentally new way to work in teams. ClickUp includes tailormade features for notes, reminders, goals, calendar, scheduling, and inbox. The software can also be customized to your organizational needs, allowing all teams to use the same app to plan, organize, and collaborate on projects.

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Trello
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Trello

With Trello you can orginaize anything with anyone. Trello is a web-based kanban list-making and collaboration tool. Over 35 million registered users use Trello to organize their project across teams, at work, at home or elsewhere.

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Raindrop.io
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22/02/2021 (3 days ago)