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Reactivepad

Documents made smart with textually narrated calculations 📝📊

Reactivepad is an online collaborative document editor that lets you put calculations directly inside your textual narrative - think of MS Word and MS Excel combined. It allows to create truly smart and reactive data-driven documents that are almost like apps!

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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.

Jesse Martin- Brand, Product and Tech guy
A very approachable interface that can be as simple as a word doc, or as complex as a full blown PM program with interactive widgets. You create it exactly how you want. It merges the best parts of a word processor, spreadsheet and calendar into one.
Jeremy Olson- Designer @ Coda
What starts as a simple doc to help your team collaborate on something can become a pretty sophisticated app as you add views of your data, buttons, and controls.
Tom Mohr- Dude
Can set up projects exactly how you would like them to be organized. Extremely flexible and powerful, allows for people to look at the data however they want depending on needs. Extremely powerful operating power behind what looks to be a simple and elegant document editor.
The Verge
When Shishir Mehrotra worked at YouTube, he was struck by the relatively pedestrian tools that kept the site running. Mehrotra, who served as the company's head of product until he left in 2014, managed his team largely using a combination of Google Docs and Sheets.
TechCrunch
When you open a Google doc or a spreadsheet, you get a blank spreadsheet and some documentation as to what you can do with it - and that's pretty much where we've been for quite some time.
Mashable
A startup came out of three years in stealth Thursday with a simple goal: Make documents better. Called Coda, the startup has the ambitious goal of making a "doc as powerful as an app," reads the company's Medium post on the launch.
Product Hunt
After 3 years in stealth, Coda launched their "Excel killer" to the world.
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Notion 2.0

The all-in-one workspace - notes, tasks, wikis, & databases

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.

Trần Hương Giang- Marketing Online tại Đồ Gỗ Đẹp Info
Notion 2.0 is best for you
Ben Clark- I really fucking hate my username
best app i've used, period.
Nicholas Gurney- Product Manager
Hands down the best pick, I have tried them all and can't speak highly enough about Notion!
WSJ
Notion combines the best of spreadsheets, notes and tasks into the ultimate productivity tool, writes David Pierce.
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Bear

A beautiful, flexible writing app for notes and prose

Bear is a beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose. It works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, so you can write wherever inspiration strikes.

Dan Shevluk- iOS Engineer
Bear has great design, markdown support and great organisation tool. Used it almost every day for the pas year and can't be happy with it enough 🎉 It's the best personal notes app for macOS and iOS! But if you want to user other platforms or share your notes with other people then it's not the best choice. Hope to see web version for Bear and sharing tool … See more
Paul Sturrock- Slingshot Venture Development
Switched from Evernote to Bear. I love it for my purposes. Supplementing it with Notebooks for pdfs, spreadsheets and any other file formats that Bear doesn't handle well--yet.
Mattan Ingram- Lead Product Designer at Code Climate
Relatively cheap to get sync feature, tags instead of folders, native markdown support, great design.
The Verge
Welcome to First Click, a daily essay written by The Verge staff in which we opine on lives lived in the near future. As of this week, after the better part of a decade, I'm no longer an Evernote user.
The Next Web
I'm in love with a note-taking app for the first time since Evernote wowed me almost a decade ago. 'Bear' is what Notes should have been. Hell, it might be what Notes still aspires to be. It walks the perfect line between simple and feature-rich while offering robust options for organization, search, and - I ...
BetaList
A beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose
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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.

Dan Shevluk- iOS Engineer
Paper is great for team collaboration! I work at Junto (https://juntoteam.com) and we use Dropbox Paper for almost every internal document. It's simple and powerful
Stefan Theofilos- Product Designer, Entrepreneur
I've recently started using Dropbox Paper. I love the simple UI of it.
Matthew Blode
It is an incredibly simple writing environment with a focus on collaboration. I highly recommend it over Google Docs or Word
35 Alternatives to Dropbox Paper

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.

Beautiful Pixels
If you're a regular reader of the site, you already know that elegant note-taking apps are a dime a dozen. Some manage to stand out with unique features while others manage to squander any potential with poor business models. There are a few noteworthy apps that still manage to be worth using after a couple of weeks, like Bear.
Daring Fireball
Link to: https://www.subtraction.com/2018/03/14/why-doesnt-every-notes-app-work-like-agenda/
Subtraction.com
The perfect note-taking software hasn't been invented but Agenda, a new contender that runs on the Mac, comes reasonably close. It finally delivers on a notes management feature that I've spent what seems like an eternity waiting for: the ability to link a note to a specific event on my calendar.
TidBITS
Momenta's Agenda provides novel ways of organizing projects and tasks within a note-taking system that can link to several other Mac apps. It offers a different subscription model that doesn't expire purchased features. But it has been out only since the end of 2017, and still suffers from some bugs and limitations.
Macstories
Agenda is an intriguing approach to note taking on the Mac that's organized around dates and your calendar. The app is beautifully-designed and notably feature-rich for a 1.0 but lacks an iOS counterpart, which is still in the works, and collaboration features, which will limit its appeal to some users.
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.
25 Alternatives to Agenda

Google Keep

Save your thoughts, wherever you are

James Welch- CEO @ innovationcompany.co.uk
Easily Google Keep - voice notes when driving are brilliant as well as many other features including drawing and tagging.
iMarty- Digital Inventor
Definitly my must have.
Varun Dave- Varun Dave
Free, cross platform and does what it says
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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.
8 Alternatives to I Hate My Spreadsheet

Cheetah Note

A notes app that's more than just a word processor ✍️

Always we are looking for apps to quickly take a note. And most of the apps starts simple but overtime features are added up finally become a word processor. (One of them is iOS stock note app. 😂) So, here comes another cliche, I made by myself. Introducing Cheetah Note. A note app with simplicity at its core.

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