Alternative products to Box Notes

Box Notes

A note-taking app built for teams

7 alternative and related products to Box Notes

Notion 1.0 Web + Mac App

Docs, wikis, tasks – a minimal & unified workspace for teams

Sahil Sardessai- Interaction designer, backpacker
This is an amazing tool for project management, right from individual use, through to medium-sized teams or small organizations of up to 20 people.
Antoine Plu- Freelance Designer • @WeAreTM
Using it for 2 weeks, this is exactly what I need since I had the same issue to find a good middle ground between all the "regular" tools.
Neil McBean- CEO, Designer, Product Lead
I think it depends a lot on what the small team is doing - product development is different from something like commercial production. But I do like Notion for getting everyone on the same page and establishing objectives. Also it's simple to get started. For creative services I've found a lot of PM tools to be too static in terms of team composition, which … See more
33 Alternatives to Notion 1.0 Web + Mac App

Dropbox Paper

Collaboration tool built for teams

Dropbox Paper is a place where you and your team can generate ideas together over an internet connection. Share any type of content, make changes to what you already have and get notified when someone else makes suggestions. The creativity flow has always better when teamwork.

Ben Clark- I really fucking hate my username
It's great for writing stuff down and putting stuff in said writing
Aswin Bakshi- Founder, Bordo
Easy to use and its free
Jean-Baptiste Alarcon- Growth Marketer at Kameleoon
I love it because it has a clean, minimalist UI (similar to Medium) with great collaboration features.
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Notebook for Web

The beautifully simple note-taking app. Now on the Web.

Zoho Notebook is a note-taking application that lets you take text notes, create checklists, and add files and photos. With this release, Notebook is now available across all devices.

Notebook uses a unique "note card" concept that gives you formatted templates for the different type of notes you take.

Zoho
We're happy to announce another Notebook update, our biggest and brainiest to date. Notebook 4.0 marks the launch of Notebook for Web, which many of you have been wanting for some time. Then there's also the introduction of Smart Cards, which intelligently format content you add to Notebook across devices.
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Basecamp 3

The best version of Basecamp ever made

Arturo Ojeda- Founder at www.handy.la
It's a bootstrapped company with huge success, and not only that, they are also awesome at giving back to the community, they gave us Ruby on Rails, Stimulus, Pow, etc. (check the whole list here https://basecamp.com/about/open-...). They created awesome books like Rework, Remote and Getting Real. And of course, the product is awesome, we replaced Slack wit… See more
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Collaborating and keeping track of my team has never been easier!
Jijo Sunny- Co-founder, WhatRuns.
All things work - inside one beautiful app.
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Standard Notes

Notes app with focus on privacy and longevity.

Mo Bitar
Simple is why this was built. Cross-platform and end-to-end encrypted.
Mo Bitar
Standard Notes is simple and fast, offers Markdown editors for formatting, and is available on every platform, including Mac.
Mo Bitar
Standard Notes is available on Web, Mac, PC, Linux, iOS, and Android ;) It's simple and straight to the point, so everything works fast and as you'd expect. As a bonus, your content is encrypted before being synced, and you can add Dropbox/Google Drive as a backup sync location.
5 Alternatives to Standard Notes

Quip 3.0

Work with people, not files. Now with spreadsheets.

Emily Hodgins- Community and Marketing, Product Hunt
Quip is a great internal tool for sharing documents with the whole team. You can create folders for sales collateral, definitions, roadmaps, internal policies - really anything you need - and then invite the team to view, comment and edit. You can also keep private files or just share with the relevant team / department. Highly recommend.
Kastan Day- Student
Quip is a fantasic note taking tool (think google docs, but with way more functionality, native offline support, desktop apps, and wonderful code formatting). It's also just crazy beautiful - I'm in love. They also recently added a bunch of mini apps that provide sleak calendar and task views and more.
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
I really love Quip. I don't think it covers your slide deck use case. But for documents and basic spreadsheets, it definitely does. I find it more approachable/easy to use than google docs.
11 Alternatives to Quip 3.0

FSNotes is modern text editor (like nvALT) on steroids.

FSNotes respect open formats: plain/text, markdown, rtf, and stores data in file system. You can view, edit, copy data in favourite external editor and see live result in FSNotes.

Markdown eidtor highlight code blocks on 170 languages, inline images available too.

Swift 4, open source.

softpedia
FSNotes is a minimalist note manager based on the quite famous Notational Velocity, developed using Apple's Swift programming language and sandboxed for increased security. With the help of the FSNotes app, you can create and manage an extensive database of notes without using your mouse.
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What are the best note taking apps?

Patrick Hayes
Bear - A beautiful, flexible writing app for notes and prose
"No support to Windows or Web right now."
Google Keep - Save your thoughts, wherever you are
"I love the ability to share my notes with others and the ability to take a picture of something (book cover or handout) and use the OCR fea… See more
Evernote - Note taking gets even simpler
"Not only do I use it for taking notes but I also find it extremely useful whenever there's no image scanner around, and I urgently need to … See more
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