1) Excellent active development + proactive devs 2) Simple to use, intuitive 3) Responsive + surprisingly pleasant on mobile 4) Clean design
1) Not as pretty as Milanote 2) Web clipper is bookmarklet 3) Not as comprehensive as Airtable, Notion, Coda (yet) 4) View types too similar
In the hypercompetitive area of productivity apps, Webjets is an interesting blend of collection, curation, productivity, and presentation. I have described it as somewhere between data collection and a visual library but with the potential to replace Tools like Evernote, Pocket, maybe even collaborative spaces like Slack or MS Teams. Webjets has some developing to do in those cases, but from what I have seen thus far it is very achievable.
I have been using Webjets since October 2017 in alpha (interestingly it was already more polished than most betas) and the pace of development and responsiveness of the developers has been superb! I am a productivity app junkie. I am always testing new tools and I use a lot of different apps for individual features, functions or intentions. Webjets is becoming one of my primary organizational tools. Webjets is also neck and neck with Milanote and Evernote for my daily collection and curation usage. I'm still discovering all the things it can do.
Top features for me that set it apart from other tools:
-Easy full screen view of anything
-Connect any element to any other element
-Collapsible cards and nesting
-Mindmap option the app
-Import/collect any type of file
-Drag and drop everything!! (best feature IMO)
This is a great app from a great team and I am really glad to see them featured on PH. I think Webjets is going to blow up when people see how powerful it can be. I foresee great things! :-)
Note: Review says I have used the product for a year. It's actually been 6 months but no option for that duration.