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Coda

It's a new day for docs.

Coda is a new type of document that blends the flexibility of documents, the power of spreadsheets, and the utility of apps into a single new canvas.

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Notion for iOS

A collaborative editor for notes, tasks, and wikis

A magical editor that blends real-time documents, wiki-like organization, and lightweight tasks into a single tool that can handle pretty much all of your knowledge and collaboration needs.

It also works offline and syncs great with the browser/Mac/Windows app!

Markia Theus
Notion is slowly but surely becoming my favorite editor. Creating a task or jotting down notes on this minimalist app is as simple as it is easy. 👏🏼
Ben Parker- Designer/Front End Dev, rileyrichter
Notion is the absolute best! If you want to keep your team on the same page and organized then you should be using Notion. It's so flexible that no matter what's going on in my head I can always get it out on a page in Notion and share it with my team. And it integrates with Slack. How can you lose?
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Evernote

Note taking gets even simpler

Amy Ahrens- Owner, Copy by Amy
I'm a freelance writer and I mostly use Evernote for clipping articles when researching topics I'm writing about. I also use it for taking notes when on calls w/ clients and I use the Chrome extension (to clip articles) as well.
Andreas Duess- CCO, Nourish Food Marketing
I dislike the visual clutter that surrounds Evernote, but I love the web clipper. There's no better tool to collect info for later, offline and local, consumption.
Kaycee Arya- UX/UI Designer
This is a very good tool
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Parabola 2.0

Automate manual processes without spreadsheets or code

Repetitive tasks are for machines. Free up your time to discover new ways to use your data and leave the boring stuff to us. Parabola 2.0 now enables anyone to use drag-and-drop to build flows with powerful sources, transforms, and destinations, and then schedule them to run automatically on our servers with no code necessary.

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Left

A minimalist multi-platform text editor

Left is a distraction-free, minimal note-taking tool for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

itch.io
One of my favorite parts of working for itch.io is seeing the community use the tools we've built in ways we never expected. When we first launched itch.io it was a site for games, and it still is... kind of.
TekCrispy
Left es un editor de texto muy sencillo, en cuanto a su uso y entorno visual. Emplea características que lo diferencian de los demás, aunque obviamente necesita tomar algunas que ya hemos visto en otros editores por su naturaleza, posee funciones propias que nos hacen fijar la vista en este programa.
Genbeta
Si una de tus actividades principales frente al ordenador tienen que ver con escribir, es probable que ya tengas un editor de texto favorito, pero eso no quiere decir que no estés abierto a uno mejor.
12 Alternatives to Left

Agenda

Notes, your time has come

Agenda is a date-focused note taking app for planning and documenting your projects. With its unique timeline, Agenda gives you a complete picture of past, present and future, driving your projects forward.

Medium
TLDR; The note taking app Agenda is launching with a new sales model for Mac apps. On January 22nd, I am launching a new app for macOS: Agenda. When I say 'I', I really mean 'We', because Agenda was developed with Alexander Griekspoor and Marcello Luppi.
Agenda Community
We're very excited to let you know that we will official release Agenda on Monday Jan 22. It will be available from both agenda.com as well as from the Mac App Store, where you can now pre-order Agenda for free.
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On the surface, Its an elegant task planner ... But under the hood, its features a unique data input mechanism that makes tasks entries a blaze with simple codes.

Taskcode 1.0 was featured by Apple (Prod>USA) and Product Hunt.

We are back with v 2.0 which is a complete revamp of the original & we are thrilled to share it with the World :)

Idownloadblog
This week's edition of our Apps of the Week roundup features an app for watching videos and listening to music together with your friends, a unique task manager, and a podcast client built for being social. And as always, we've selected two great new games for you to check out.
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I Hate My Spreadsheet

We'll turn your spreadsheet into a custom online database

I Hate My Spreadsheet is a new campaign from the makers of Fieldbook. We've noticed that many people love the advanced features of Fieldbook, but don't know how to reorganize their spreadsheet to take advantage of them. So we're offering to take anyone's ugly, frustrating spreadsheet and turn it into a tidy, delightful Fieldbook database—for free.

Medium
Maybe you, like many people, have a love/hate relationship with your spreadsheet. It runs your business (or your team, or your school) and you're in it every day. But it's big, complicated, hard to search, and full of duplicate data. And it's only getting worse.
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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
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
If you're looking for a powerful yet easy to use solution for documents, spreadsheets and presentations, Google Docs is the best. And it's free!
Nick Abouzeid- Ship & Growth at Product Hunt ⛵
A Google Sheet might work effectively. I've launched a bakery/restaurant - most of the software out there requires for the ticket printer & the POS to be on the same WiFi network or connected by bluetooth, which won't work in your situation. Try pulling up a Google Sheet up on both devices - have the restaurant update it with orders, and the bakery can … See more
Charles Thiery- CEO, co-founder of TrendsTag
I've tried Evernote an then Asana, I've been disappointed with this two tools. I work with Google Doc since 4 or 5 years now and in fact using a simple Google Doc sheet and it's table of contents is far enough to organize my tasks. Create a google sheet, name it "To do", create a headline for each type of task, e.g. "Lawyer", "Accountant", "Urgent" and list… See more
2 Alternatives to Google Docs & Sheets

What's a good tool for Project Management?

Grigoriy KoganConsultant
Trello - Organize anything, together
"I love Trello. Kanban works well for me. It's also so simple anyone can figure out how to use it quickly. Plus very customizable + so it wo… See more
Asana - The task management tool, completely redesigned
"Asana is absolutely great! Been using it for the past couple of years and it does the job perfectly."
Zenkit - The project management tool that grows with you
"Zenkit is a great free option for individuals and small groups. It can represent your tasks in different views: list, kanban, calendar, min… See more
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