Rucket last edited by
So I’m a mess and I want to do some mental organization. What are some note-taking apps that you all use and what are some pros/cons?
MisterBoring last edited by
I use CherryTree on my personal computer.
It’s really easy to use, is based around a tree based system of nodes, and allows for all kinds of formatting, and automatic syntax highlighting when you decide to throw a block of code into your notes. It’s also free.
For work, I am forced to use Microsoft OneNote, which is probably more feature filled than CherryTree is, but at the same time, I prefer CherryTree’s UI and node/tree method of organization.
WhiteRaven last edited by
I use obsidian as my note-taking app. It’s fast and saved on your PC as markdown files so there’s no worries about cloud services going down etc. It also allows for wiki-style links between notes. It is pretty cool just out of the box but throw in throw in the community-created plug-ins and it’s wicked powerful.
I can honestly say that Obsidian was a really big part of getting my masters thesis done. Especially because Microsoft word must just die in a fire. 🤬