Your new journal. Write notes in it, save interesting links, and drop in important docs and messages for later. When you need something, ask Journal, and it will actually find it.
Intuitive, user-friendly, efficientCons:
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I love Journal, and am thrilled at how much it will help me with my work. I am always in the middle of 4-6 projects that are ongoing and can't be completed in one sitting. These are diverse projects and require different resources. So what typically happens is that I end up with about 50 browser windows open just waiting for me to get back to that particular project. Inevitably this freezes up the computer and . . . well, you know the rest of that story. Spaces give me a way to keep all of these projects and their associated resources organized and readily available without clogging up my RAM. It really is already an invaluable tool for the way I work. And it's so easy and intuitive to learn.PSYCH PSTUFF has used this product for one month.
- Great UI (think Trello/Slack)
- Major improvement on dated browser bookmark systems
- The search just works and is very Slack-likeCons:
- Will require some set up time to make this your go to organizer but most things work right out of the box.
Was lucky to be a part of the beta. Overall I love the UI. It feels like Trello and Slack colluded to replace Chrome Bookmarks. I could definitely see dumping the dated browser bookmark system for Journal just based on the link+space system alone. The search feels very Slack like and is great. If I got enough stuff in here I could see setting this as a default browser homepage.Parker Tenpas has used this product for one month.