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21 alternative and related products to Taskcode 2.0

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 :)

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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.

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Tony Saad
Tony Saad- provocative innovator
Trello on steroids + much more
Jesse Martin
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
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.
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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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Docs, wikis, tasks – a minimal & unified workspace for teams

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Ivan Zhao
Ivan Zhao- Co-founder, Notion
There's a beta version of the iOS app too. Message the support in the app to get it!
Nick Neuman
Nick Neuman- Product at Casa
I love Notion - super simple and the team is really responsive to any questions or issues. Great for taking notes and sharing it with your team; we use it as a team wiki.
Muhammad Usman
Muhammad Usman- Web developer @ Weebly
My everyday tool to get things done, take notes, and it's great for documenting using code snippets! By far the best Markdown editor too!
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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!

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Rebecca Bowden
Rebecca Bowden- Marketing @ AgencyAnalytics
This is my favorite note taking app that I've ever used - and I've tried a lot. I've all of the upvoted ones on this list. Notion make it so easy to find what you're looking for and keep notes organized. Markdown editor so you can write and format quickly. Their table features are great too (not going to replace airtable or excel) but if you have some notes … See more
Luca Halma
Luca Halma- Co-founder, Noow
It's the best. It's the first note taking app I ever could find my notes in.
Ben Parker
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?
Rating and price
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Stop using sticky notes to remember what you're doing 📒 🚫

Ever catch yourself wondering "what was I busy with just now?" while aimlessly wondering around Product Hunt or checking email?

I sure do, and so I created Thought Train:

✅ It's a menu bar app

✅ It keeps a list of your thoughts / tasks

✅ Highlight more than one thought, and they'll scroll like a carousel

✅ Clear them when you're done

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Marc Perel
Marc Perel- Coded LayersWP. Co-founded Obox.
It's certainly not a replacement, but an app I created to compliment your workflow. Always having your notes at a glance means you don't have to switch tabs or lose concentration.
Marc Perel
Marc Perel- Coded LayersWP. Co-founded Obox.
When you're studying it's likely that you have 100s of browser tabs and 10s of apps open. Taking notes is a pain, but tabbing around is even worse. Thought Train helps you solved that burden by keeping your short notes accessible at all times.
Around the web
Medium
A post for those who care about how apps are priced, and how people behave when faced with choice... TL;DR: I changed from free "pay what you want" to $3,99+ and earnings have drastically stabilised.
MacGeneration
Thought Train est un utilitaire très simple qui permet de gérer quelques tâches basiques. Ne cherchez pas un gestionnaire de projets complets, avec dates et mot-clés, ici l'idée est simplement de noter ce que vous devez faire dans la journée, ou quelque chose à garder en tête.
Indie Hackers
Almost a full year ago, I came up with the idea for an app which would help me get the better of my mild add using a very simple method: putting notes into my Mac OS Menubar, where I can glance at them without switching tabs.
Lifehacker
I typically start every work day by creating a list of the things I need to accomplish that day. Once something I did in the Notes app, I eventually moved to just using a page in a notebook.
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