1. Home
  2. Β β†’Β Ask Product Hunt
  3. Β β†’Β question
Gilles De Clerck  πŸ‘ΎβœŒοΈ
Gilles De Clerck πŸ‘ΎβœŒοΈGrowth Strategist πŸš€

What app do you use to keep track of your ideas?

I'm a big believer of 'the best way to have great ideas is to have a lot of ideas.' However, keeping track of every idea that pops up and its status can be chaotic. I want to have rather simple app in which I can build an idea pipeline, which stages of the idea and an easy submission form with customisable criteria.
PostedΒ 
7 recommended
  1. 6
    84609ac8-ee09-40f9-8be3-d7e90145081a.jpeg
    Trello

    Powering millions of teams to work smarter, together.

    All my ideas are shared between Trello and my phone's note App πŸ˜…
    CommentsShare
    Jordan Young
    Jordan YoungSocial Media Guru for a bunch of things Β· Written
    Trello is awesome for keeping the flow between timelines and staying organized between different project and ideas. Also, just always having a pen and paper idea journal around for when you have an idea on the fly, are bored or need inspiration from past ideas.
    CommentsShare
    Art McPhee - Growth Consultant
    Art McPhee - Growth ConsultantBrand awareness, strategy, marketing Β· Written
    I've been using this for a few years and it's one that I come back to time and time again to help organise ideas. Also has a windows phone app that syncs perfectly with my mac!
    CommentsShare
  2. 5
    f27f20c5-816f-4210-bbfa-8bdf797ffa3b.jpeg
    Inbox by Google

    Next generation inbox

    Anne-Laure Le Cunff
    Anne-Laure Le CunffFounder, Ness Labs Β· Written
    I personally use Google Keep to quickly jot down ideas and access it on my phone or my laptop. I have different notes and tags for different categories of ideas.
    CommentsShare
    Favorite part of Google Keep is the chrome extension. If I come across anything that inspires me or seems like it might be a good resource for later, I can just click a quick button and save it for later.
    CommentsShare
  3. 2
    Quiver
    Damon Cali
    Damon CaliCo-founder of Longtailer, Inc. Β· Written
    I'm a fan of Quiver
    CommentsShare
  4. 1
    05bf2011-319b-4a58-adc8-d3b2a5582811.jpeg
    Scrivener

    My favorite writing tool

    Ivan Mir
    Ivan Mirindie app developer Β· Written
    I use many Scapple boards to keep all the ideas and plans and even to-do lists.
    CommentsShare
  5. 1
    Write.as

    Publish a thought in seconds anonymously.

    Matt Baer
    Matt BaerFounder at Write.as Β· Written
    Matt Baer made this product
    I built this especially for jotting down thoughts quickly, wherever I am. The iOS/Android/ChromeOS apps and Chrome extension open to a blank new note every time, so I don't lose thoughts in the process of recording them. There's no explicit "pipeline" interface, but you can create a shareable link to notes you write (all without signing up), so this might be useful for you in combination with other tools like Trello.
    CommentsShare
  6. 1
    2b6da23e-a5ac-42c7-985d-757fd0878952.png
    MusicBot

    The all-in-one Apple Music assistant, powered by Shortcuts

    Sambruce Joseph
    Sambruce JosephProduct Designer Β· Written
    Apple Notes is sufficient and fast. No need to install any apps.
    CommentsShare
  7. 1
    e4651d08-ae70-491a-9d09-43da168fe3ba.png
    Milanote

    The notes app for creative work

    Milanote is an easy-to-use tool to organize your ideas and projects into visual boards.
    CommentsShare