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Just thought we have done discussing note taking app. Here is anyone.

I have searched this site for Nimbus Note but could not find any. I think it is marketing itself as a replacement for Evernote. I…

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thanks for highlighting this, otherwise I would have missed this. I shall revisit Notion from this angle. This is a good indication that the developers are putting decent effort to keep Notion ahead…

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3 months ago

agreed with you @maguay. From the checklist mentioned by @chrismessina. One issue is very important for me, that is the best of breed apps need to be able to talk to other apps, otherwise, I become…

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3 months ago

great insight @chrismessina. This is a very comprehensive checklist. This is very helpful for me. Not sure one day we have the convergence of bundled suite becoming best of breed apps (if not in all…

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I am interested to know what people think before I spend more time and money investing into either approach.

A bit more context from apps or platform perspective. Either I can choose some all-in-one…

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At the moment, I am using Drafts to capture quick, simple notes, but I am looking to expand that to automate or parse the content to other apps. This is on my learning agenda

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As I am using Apple devices most of the time, I am using Drafts. The beauty of this app is that it is so versatile but powerful. It can turn the drafts into final content for many apps, from email to…

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Commented on  Google Rooms vs Slack
3 months ago

I have not used Slack extensively, compared that with my experience on G Suite, so I could be slightly biased.

Like you said, the advantage of G Suite is the integration. I think most people have a…

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Agreed, at the moment, Kindle ecology is mainly designed for ebook reading. The strength of Roam Research, Obsidian, MarginNote and LiquidText etc is the ability to link files and annotations that…

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I would add at least one more as a must have app for Mac OS, that is (https://www.alfredapp.com/ “Alfred”). It is so cheap compares to what it can do.

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4 months ago

Some semi random thoughts on this broad subject. The followings are not much of any app recommendation but some narrative on my personal view on improving productivity

  • my personal view on…

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Currently, I am looking for the most appropriate tool to do my research , in this case, starting to read the Bible from a beginner’s perspective. I have read the Bible before but was daunted by the…

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This may be slightly off topic. Does anyone have any thought of MarginNote or LiquidText in similar use case as a research tool?

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thanks @maguay, I just open the link. Just a comment / question, seems most developers / site owners have some minor variations on the use of Markdown language ?

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Replied to  @maguay  on  What is the best email app?
4 months ago

I am currently using Airmail the following reasons :

  • very similar user experience and interface from Mac to IOS
  • can link to work with many MAC and IOS apps like cloud storage, things, fantastical…
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I think Obsidian has great potential. For me it is the poor man's version of Roam Research. I must admit that I am a novice in using this sort of tools and still learning Markdown Language (note: I am…

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4 months ago

sorry , new to this forum, may have posted wrong, here is my posting as a reply

I think the question is very broad, each user has different set of criteria. If cross platform (IOS, Mac, Windows…

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4 months ago

I think the question is very broad, each user has different set of criteria. If cross platform (IOS, Mac, Windows, Andriod, etc) then gmail and outlook could be the winner. I am mainly on Apple…

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