Notebook for Web

The beautifully simple note-taking app. Now on the Web.

Zoho Notebook is a note-taking application that lets you take text notes, create checklists, and add files and photos. With this release, Notebook is now available across all devices.

Notebook uses a unique "note card" concept that gives you formatted templates for the different type of notes you take.

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19 Reviews4.7/5
As soon as we launched Notebook people immediately asked for a web app. We took our time with it for two reasons: 1) We wanted Notebook to have a world-class, mobile-first foundation; and 2) We wanted strong continuity across every device and platform. Notebook for Web brings all your notes and notebooks online. You can create Text, Checklist, Photo, and File Cards. To add a custom Notebook cover, simply drag an image from your desktop and drop it on the cover you want to replace. You can create Photo and File Cards in Notebook by dragging and dropping from your desktop, as well. Notes can be grouped, moved, and copied to different notebooks. And both notebooks and notes can be locked with a passcode. If you have a Notebook account, the web app is automatically available. To sign up for a Notebook account or learn more about the web app, please check out our website, Notebook is also a part of Zoho One, an all-in-one suite to run your entire business. Check out to know more about Zoho One.
At last! Congratulations! I will definitely try the application :)

Keep up the good work


Easy to use and must needed app


I dont come across any

Its a very good app, Request the Table support. One more cons I observed is, - Notebook mobile app behaves/looks like a mobile app - Notebook Desktop app behaves/looks like a mobile app - Notebook Web app behaves/looks like a mobile app Ideally Its gives more native feeling when app behaves in accordance in the platform. I was accepting a three column architecture on Desktop apps, Really it feel odd while using Notebook Desktop apps on Mac. Even I saw the three column blur image when the mobile app first came out, I was accepting the same view will be used in future for Desktop apps. Rest is fantastic... πŸ‘πŸ»
Great. Just tried the new annotation feature and it was awesome. Works on the principle of 80:20 rule i.e. 80% of users only use 20% of features. Evernote has a lot to worry. But it seems like everything in the web app opens up in a new popup window including Annotation. It will be much better if this is provided only as an option. I will be very thankful if you could see my detailed feedback on your forum due to image attachment limitation here. Thanks.
Lower option ribbon on writing window is actually proving to do more harm than good and critically reducing my writing windows beside rarely being used.