What do people think of Notejoy?
We've been using Notejoy for the past few months at my company and we couldn't be happier. It's the perfect mix of light-weight notes and a powerful document editor with great support for teams.
Once I started using it, I found myself pasting thoughts in there right away. The search is way better and my docs are more organized and findable for the entire team. I put things in Notejoy that used to get lost in Google Docs or Slack, because this way I know I can get back to it. In our team, we use it to manage everything from to-do lists, place to store research and other things I just don't want to lose, and it's become a great place for us to work together!
I've been using Notejoy since its earlier version back in April! It's a beautiful text editor that makes it easy to organize and find things, unlike gDocs. I would say the biggest pros are the way it sorts / organizes files, and how clean the actual editor is. It's also good on collaboration, but that's almost a given.
I’ve been using Notejoy since it’s early MVP to collaborate with a friend on a project. It has been fantastic and made Is more productive. Even better is that the founders are super responsive to questions and feedback. This is a true labor of love for them and it shows!
I was lucky enough to get early access to Notejoy almost a year ago, and even though I was a dedicated user of other productivity tools like Evernote and Google Docs, Notejoy blows them all away. I have even gone to the trouble of importing all my notes and documents off those platforms and into Notejoy.
If I look back on my career, I can't tell you how many times I've been tasked with a high priority initiative with the knowledge that someone must have already done similar or related work, and yet I've been forced to recreate all of it from scratch because no one in my network knows where all that prior work is saved (or the resident expert has retired or left). With Notejoy, it's never been easier for me to store, share, and distribute that knowledge, and it offers a natural platform that tracks and measures collaboration in a safe, secure, industrial-grade environment.
I've even taken to using Notejoy in my personal life, and my wife and I will collaborate on things like drawing up travel plans, updating old family recipes (sorry, grandma!), and even adding or crossing off shared life goals.
Notejoy is what you make of it. That's the beauty and simplicity of a very well-designed product. And with a free sign-up, the price is right. I know this sounds like an ad, but it's one of the few products that has worked its way into my daily life and maintains the same staying power at Day 300+ as it did Day 1.
Notejoy has been transformative for our company. Prior to Notejoy, our internal company knowledge was scattered everywhere- stuck in Slack message pergatory, Google Docs, random emails, and an outdated corporate wiki. Almost overnight, Notejoy helped us completely transform how we managed our employee onboarding, training, day-to-day operations, document sharing, and process documentation. We are now more transparent than ever internally, since Notejoy helps each employee have access to all of the company's knowledgebase easily. It has empowered our individual team members, it also has made me feel more confident as a founder that our company's valuable intellectual property and proprietary knowledge is being accumulated in a centralized place. I say this without any exaggeration- Notejoy has positively impacted the way we run our entire business. I was skeptical initially as well- isn't this an unnecessary substitute for a combination of using Google Docs, internal wikis, and Slack? Trust me, it's so much more than that. You owe it to your company to try it out. Every single person on our team, whether individual contributor or manager, has found Notejoy to be pretty gamechanging.
I've been using Notejoy for a few months now. It's a beautiful tool, and as I've told my friends, it's replaced Evernote in my taskbar for my go to note tool.
In a world crowded by Evernote, Google Keep, Apple Notes, Dropbox Paper, etc, Notejoy stands out due to it's focus on how information is /organized/ within your company. Libraries let you think of groups of notes as a single object, which can then be shared, linked, and collaborated on. Searching is simple and obvious a big step up from Docs.
It's about time someone brought the best of One Note, Slack, and Google Docs together under a single piece of software.