Difference between revisions of "Applications"

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This is non-comprehensive list of a few personal organization applications:
 
This is non-comprehensive list of a few personal organization applications:
   
*[[Wikipedia:Evernote|Evernote]] - the venerable giant in this space, but [https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=all&geo=US&q=evernote seems to have trended down from its 2013 peak].
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*[[Evernote]] - the venerable giant in this space, but [https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=all&geo=US&q=evernote seems to have trended down from its 2013 peak].
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*[[OneNote]] - Microsoft's notable competitor.
 
*[[Wikipedia:Notion (app)|Notion.so]] - one of many upstart competitors to Evernote
 
*[[Wikipedia:Notion (app)|Notion.so]] - one of many upstart competitors to Evernote
 
*[[Wikipedia:Google Keep|Google Keep]] - a simplified competitor to Evernote that imposes a limit of 50 tags
 
*[[Wikipedia:Google Keep|Google Keep]] - a simplified competitor to Evernote that imposes a limit of 50 tags

Revision as of 23:12, 8 May 2020

This is non-comprehensive list of a few personal organization applications:

The point of the list above is to have a reasonably broad survey of the options, but avoid having an overwhelming list. Over time, each of the applications on this list should have a myndmess-wiki article describing how the application meets the requirements of the myndmess ecosystem (or perhaps, how it doesn't fit into the ecosystem). As of this writing (on 2020-05-08), User:RobLa is pretty opinionated about almost all of the items on the list, but as this page grows, that will become less-and-less the case.