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Unlike Hypernotes, Amplenote feels very mature for a relatively new app. It has strong task management and a solid daily notes feature (called Daily Jots).

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I want to know what Obsidian is and does and I cant find a simple sentence or paragraph to tell me. (Then I will like to know more oc.)

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As I start my journey into Obsidian I began rehashing the discussion of tags vs folders with myself. I finally came to an interesting thought about the practicality of folders. While I can forget to #tag a note, it's impossible to forget to put a note in a folder. Tagging every single note I write with #tag/subtag/sub-subtag is tedious, but with Obsidian's ability to create files in the same folder you're already working in I don't really think that hard about folders. Changing tags is easy. Changing folders is... tedious. I like inline tags and I wish I could organize my tags into folders without the giant #tag/subtag/sub-subtag showing in my file.
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Exporting mind maps also is intuitive and works via the “Export To” command in the File menu.

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Note taking is one of those universal but intensely personal things.

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Note-taking is an essential part of being an academic. There are literature notes, meeting notes, presentation notes, project notes, and the list goes on. How do we keep it all organized, connected, searchable, and even enjoyable? For me, Craft Docs has met all of the aforementioned criteria. In the last year of my PhD program, Craft Docs helped me keep up with my dissertation research, manuscript submissions, and postdoctoral job interviews. Having a central space to easily process my most important notes kept me organized and (generally) level-headed during one of the most stressful periods of my life. There are three defining features of Craft Docs that made my last year of graduate school a manageable one: 1) cross-platform capability, 2) beauty and usability, and 3) ease of connection via backlinks. Throughout my dissertation year, each of these features allowed for an efficient and pleasant note-taking experience.
Bike: Tool for thought www.hogbaysoftware.com

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Bike is a fast and fluid outliner app for macOS. Your thoughts and ideas flow smoothly across the screen. Bike also works well with big files, uses open file formats, and is scriptable.

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Every note-taking app comes with its philosophy. NotePlan 3 approaches note-taking with two distinct types of notes.

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Se il relax è ciò che desideri, troverai vastissimi spazi e attezzature sui ponti per distenderti al sole su MSC Orchestra.
Se preferisci rimanere in movimento durante la tua vacanza, non potrai fare a meno del centro per gli sport, la palestra panoramica e le 5 bellissime piscine.

Un programma innovativo

#speed-dial #altri-preferiti #saved-today #chronological #tablerone-bookmarks #segnalibri #cestino
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It’s not that it’s technically difficult

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If you need to access your notes with other tools for thought, then you should consider switching to Obsidian, which is based on plain-text files.

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When I share project notes with team members that don’t use Obsidian, the current method is to export each note. When there are 20 notes to a project, this takes a while. Is there anything in the roadmap to allow people to select multiple files on the selection window and then use the same export button that already exists?

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createdAt: November 24, 2022 08:44
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Dillinger is a cloud-enabled, mobile-ready, offline-storage compatible,

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I'm a huge fan of read-it-later apps, and I'm a really happy Instapaper user. But when I saw all of these rave reviews of Matter, a social reading app, I knew I had to give it a try. In this video I give a brief overview of what Matter is like to use, what I like about it, and whether or not I'll be switching to it.

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As I'm using Logseq now on daily basis, it made sense to see how well my Roam Highlighter for Chrome integrates with the app.
term/properties docs.logseq.com

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Apart from linking to pages outside of Logseq, you can also use the alias function to link to an internal page. This is handy for when you want to show a different label for an internal link.
Just like we can reference a page by placing its name between [[double brackets]], we can reference a block by using ((double parenthesis)) and placing its address in between.
Logseq aims to be an environment for thinking.
Two common ways to get started with Logseq are note-taking and task management.
Creating links to pages is simple in Logseq; you just type them! No need to use your mouse, create a page, and then point to it. If you link to a page that doesn't exist yet, Logseq creates it for you.
The difference between bracket links and hashtags is purely cosmetic as they function the same.
Logseq is a networked outliner.
We recommend creating pages using links, as this will ensure an entry point to them.
Finally, for aliases that you use often it's best to add a page alias.
Everything in Logseq is about the block;
Whereas most note-taking tools make linking to other notes a hassle, Logseq has a keyboard-first approach.
It takes time to master this tool, as Logseq doesn't impose a way of working.

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Adds the option to search selected text on external websites, like Google and Wikipedia. The search opens in an iframe in Obsidian. You can add your own websites!

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Capturing (or quick capture) allows you to quickly record your ideas and move freely to next one without having anything “fall through the cracks”.

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This morning I added Hook integration to SearchLink. I borrowed some code from the Hook command line tool I created and added a new !hook search type to SearchLink.

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Obsidian is a free app with no limitations, and Matter is also free during its beta period, which has been going on for upwards of a year as of this writing. If this sounds appealing to you, I highly suggest trying out both apps.