Okey, we all know Evernote - it is love/hate relationship. What other note taking tool are you using and can recommend?
- I like Evernote enough, but sometimes I find myself using bear-writer.com/ (Pro) if I'm needing to go straight to Markdown quickly, You should be asking what end-use does the content you put into Evernote have (?) and How could you see this content being better referred back to within a different platform? Once you save an Evernote, you typically refer back to it for some reason, this reason decides how effective Evernote is at doing it's job, for me, I refer back to Bear for notes that are strictly composed of text + images + links (markdown) - For Evernote I refer back to notes that are composed of voice-recordings + a-wider-array-of-attachments - and these Evernotes also adhere to some design that often the notes collaborators understand with me. Otherwise, choosing an Evernote alternative is like choosing another Evernote that does all the same things to produce your reusable content in the end - why have an alternative if it just produces the exact same content for end-use? The OQ now then makes no sense to me.
- Extremely simple for note taking and sharing, and just works!I love this product! It allows you to collapse and expand sections of your workflow. Super handy! There is a blog that gives tips and hacks on how to utilize the WorkFlowy for you. There is another extension that you can use to style the web version of WorkFlowy, super handy if you like to use colored tags or have certain tags to stand out, or if you want to use columns. There is a tons of cool stuff you can do with WorkFlowy! This is the blog that I like to follow regarding WorkFlowy tips and hacks. https://blog.workflowy.com/ This is the Stylish Chrome Extension that I mentioned to style the web version of WorkFlowy: https://chrome.google.com/websto... And here is the Stylish User Gallery of already created styles you can take advantage of! Note: there are tons of other styles for other websites but this is filtered to WorkFlowy styles gallery for convenience. https://userstyles.org/styles/br...
- Very easy to use, can sync across various devices with your google account itself
- All the note syncing without the crazy images and whatnot ;)I'm using Simplenote too and it's basically that—simple. No fuss, no bells and whistles.
- Evernote alternative? It's like choosing another Evernote that does all the same things to produce your reusable content in the end - why have an alternative if it just produces the exact same content for end-use? Based on these product recommendations so far the vague OQ now makes no sense to me whatsoever. If you use Google products and Google Keep does everything you need for note-taking, then yea don't sync across Evernote - this is an example of how vague this question is; it begs us to reveal our preferences up-front.. however, not one person who's made a comparable recommendation has revealed their preferences yet to any extent.. If you want collaborators and are looking for a project-based tool to manage projects with then choose a project-manager product, Evernote is not exclusively this but can be used to do this if you want. In the end, the same content is sent to the cloud and reachable whenever.. if the same content then is being produced by each of these apps for re-use via the cloud.. then answers like " It just works good " -- Are foolish here. What works good? And, why does it work better than Evernotes good? Is the UI too messy? These product recommendations are pointless so far.. none of them are good replacers for Evernote's robust ability to be used for whatever you need it to be used for. As one who's been using Evernote for more than 8 years I'm surprised by these recommendations, they don't compare.. for me, people who don't like Evernote just don't want to learn how to use it right.. and think it's abundance of UI and features makes it look clunky or inefficient - this is false, Evernote can be as efficient as you make it, and it's UI all has purpose. Things that are new and look cool aren't indicators of anything. Functionality and end-use is what dictates worth to a user. Currently Evernote can record voice and include any type of attachment within a note, you can fully format your text, add tables, line breaks, etc. etc. etc., Not to mention ALL the integrations. However, all of the other products recommended here lack MANY of Evernotes features, so, how can you recommend something that is less-featured than Evernote as a replacement? It makes absolutely no sense at all to me. Therefore, in my abundance of disdain for the current product recommendations, I am recommending Evernote as the replacement for Evernote.
- I've got a ton of stuff in my Evernote account and as a tool to catch stuff that might be useful at a later time there is no compare. It's especially useful for content that might otherwise go offline - with EN you got a local, backed up, copy. That's super useful, and far better than Keep or Apple notes. However, from a "using a note app for planning purposes" I am a huge fan of Milanote. It's a visual note taking app and for my brain, it works like an absolute dream.
- This is another online collaboration tool wherein people can work on same document realtime.