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Notion 2.0

Notion 2.0 alternatives and competitors

4.8★
111 reviews

Notion is the all-in-one workspace. From notes, tasks, wikis, to database, Notion is all you need. Works great for teams and individuals. Available in the browser, iOS, Mac, and Windows.

Top alternatives for Notion 2.0

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  • Notion 1.0 Web + Mac App

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

    I wanted to deploy confluence and thought this was just a mac app but boy was I wrong. I don't think I'll ever use confluence again

  • Slite

    Slite is a simple collaborative documentation tool that helps businesses stay organized and work more thoughtfully.

    Packed with everything your team needs:

    - Collaborative writing, feedback and sharing

    - Powerful search

    - Integrations

    - Easy permissions

    I used it everyday for months and it's just a game changer. Everything is now in Slite. I tried before Google Docs (bad search, slow, memory…

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  • Slab

    Slab is a knowledge hub for the modern workplace. We help teams unlock their full potential through shared learning and documentation. Slab features a beautiful editor, blazing fast search, and tons of integrations like Slack & Github.

    Update: Slab 2.0 + Free

    We have used Slab since it was in private beta. It's been very helpful for us as we grow and scale the company. For us, as an enterprise sta…

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  • Evernote Web - Oct 2014

    Note taking gets even simpler

    Have always needed a note taking app that is not just saving pages in a grid or list view but actually organises them into notebooks & i…

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  • Roadmap v.1.0

    5.0★
    4 reviews

    Plan sprints, manage workload and track their progress visually.

    Great work!

  • Dropbox Paper

    4.4★
    3 reviews

    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.

    Use Paper to manage technical stuff and my team, and love it. Just the right number of features, document crosslinking and image embedding f…

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  • Taskade 3.0

    4.8★
    43 reviews
    Free
    Taskade is where remote teams chat, organize, and get things done. Map out your workflow from ideas to action, in one unified workspace.
    Download our apps for iOS, Android, Mac, Linux, Windows.
    Taskade is simple, flexible, and free for individuals and teams
  • Infinity Maps

    5.0★
    17 reviews
    Free options
    The earth isn’t flat. Why are your tools? Dive deep into arbitrarily large amounts of information with infinitely zoomable knowledge maps. Visually represent & spatially organize your projects to
    - let ideas grow
    - unfold complexity
    - keep an overview
  • Walling 2.0

    Walling is an easy-to-use tool that will help you capture ideas and visualize them into collaborative Walls. The workflow on Walling makes it super easy to save any idea now and put it to work later.
  • You Don't Need WordPress

    4.5★
    3 reviews

    Create A blog with just Google Docs for free. Integrate directly with Google Drive. Work from your phone or computer.

    Love this. It’s StartupWeekend on steroids! Pat gives us hope that you can do anything, anytime, anywhere.

  • Weava for Desktop

    4.0★
    1 review

    Weava for Desktop is a powerful toolkit for students, academics, and researchers to orgnanize and cite research in their papers. Now on Desktop ✨

    I like it when a product fills a niche that I need filled. Starting a research from scratch is never easy and organizing all the quotes, art…

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  • Notepin

    5.0★
    1 review
    Extremely simple note-taking
  • Smart Canvas by Google

    3.2★
    5 reviews
    Free
    Smart canvas lets you do things like linking to other documents, tagging in coworkers, and quickly assigning tasks inside Google Docs or Google Sheets.
  • mymind

    4.8★
    7 reviews
    Free options
    All your notes, bookmarks, inspiration, articles, and images in one single, private place, enhanced with artificial intelligence.
    mymind is for busy people. For those who move too fast to be bothered with folders, labels and systems.
  • Hypernotes

    Hypernotes is a knowledge management app with bi-directional linking, outlining, and super-powered collaboration features.
  • Tettra

    3.8★
    3 reviews

    Tettra is a company wiki for organizing & sharing knowledge with your team

    its great to document ideas, knowledge and processes in order to never miss knowledge and make it easier for new hires to join the team, kno…

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  • Notea

    Free
    Notea is a Self hosted Note taking app stored on S3, that you can deploy with one click to Vercel, AWS, or deploy with Docker 🐳.
    It supports storage in Amazon S3, MinIO, Aliyun OSS and others.
    It's powered by TypeScript 🚀 and loves Mark Down.


  • Schema

    Schema is a beautiful cloud drive that allows you to store and manage all your files (PDFs, Images, MS Word, links, Google docs etc.) within a context. Collaborate with teams and organise your knowledge in a clean structure.

    It's as if Medium were to design a note-taking app. Pure delight.

  • RemNote

    4.8★
    14 reviews
    Free
    The note-taking tool for students, researchers, and professionals. Built-in flashcards, PDFs, backlinks, and more - to help you learn, stay organized, and think.
  • Muse

    4.8★
    6 reviews
    How do you research and think through important decisions? Open browser tabs, files in Dropbox, a whiteboard… Muse offers a new way. It turns your iPad into a spatial canvas for research notes, PDFs, screenshots, sketches, and bookmarks.