Milanote 2.0

Organize your ideas & projects into beautiful visual boards.

#5 Product of the WeekFebruary 06, 2020
“The Evernote for Creatives”—Bryan Clark, The Next Web
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Hey Product Hunt—Milanote co-founder here! Milanote was created to replicate the feeling of working on a wall in a creative studio—visual, tactile and sometimes a bit messy (in a good way!). If you've ever found Evernote/Trello/Notion a bit linear or restrictive, then this might be the tool for you! Three years to the day after our first launch on PH we've released our biggest ever update to the product, including: - A fresh new look for the UI - Dark mode (!) - Lots of awesome new templates (we now have over 100!) - Simple built-in image editing tools - Coloured backgrounds for boards - Performance improvements so that editing your boards is faster than ever Not to mention my personal favourite: fancy 3D effects when you drag things around! Drove the developers nuts with this one 😅 Anyway, hope you like it and let me know if you have any feedback! 😊
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Hi @oliebol! I have been using Milanote for a year now and it's a pretty awesome tool for getting done and visualize. Recommended it to all my colleagues and peers, and the features are pretty dope and UI is amazing! Congratulations on creating a great product. Looking forward to using Milanote 2.0. Kudos Team Milanote!
@oliebol THE MILANOTE CHROME EXTENSION IS TOP 5 FAVORITE OF MINE. The little to clip and save images with the link works perfectly for any bookmarking needs! I thought I was the only one..Premium paid user for 3 years and don't plan on canceling anytime soon! Cant wait to see what Milanote 2 is all about 😊
@oliebol Love it - feels more fresh than before :) well done. One thing I noticed on Safari is that I can't always copy the link from the secret link window.
@bmweinstein Haha glad you like the Web Clipper so much! Definitely super handy :)
Great team, great product!
I adore Milanote. I'd love to see an iPad friendly app!
Love this app, been using it now for almost a year and has been great for throwing everything ins one place and organising it. Looking forward to using it with a team going forward.
Love Milanote. Personally it feels like the lowest latency brain-to-page tool that I've used – infinite canvas, paste anywhere to turn links or text into a card, colour coding & joining cards with arrows are particularly useful. I've been using it to organise some design inspiration, and roughly plan & organise notes and links for my final year project at university.
@iamsebj Love that description, thanks Seb!