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@evernote is a note-taking app which has #synchronization of notes across the different devices, it also works on #ipad #surface_pro and has #hashtags and #notebooks as well as a pretty good #search and #recommendation algorithm https://evernote.com/

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@evernote offers content #clipping and has #handwriting_recognition

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@onenote is a product by microsoft and it's integrated into the #microsoft_office products. it offers #search and #synchronization and also has a #drawing capability allowing to work with various #media https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/onenote/digital-note-taking-app

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@onenote also has #clipping

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@simplenote is a pretty simple minimalistic note-taking tool. it has #synchronization across the different devices and #hashtags and also supports #markdown which evernote doesn't https://simplenote.com/

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@google_keep mimics #sticky_notes so it feels different from other tools. It's good for #lists and short #bullet_points and it also has #notifications and #reminders as well as a simple #search

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@simplenote works on #ipad and #surface_pro

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@onenote works on #ipad and #surface_pro

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@evernote has a #freemium model as well as @simplenote and @google_keep

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@notion can almost function like #cms it has extended note #design features, it supports #media embed on the granular level, it works better than most note-taking apps with #data and #tables. It also has a good #organization mechanism for notes and supports #markdown https://notion.so

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@notion has a #freemium model but it's very limited

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@roam_research is a note-taking tool, which main advantage is the capacity to make #connections between the notes using #markdown references. It also has a #search and #visualization function and operates using #bullet_points and #lists https://roamresearch.com/

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@roam_research also supports #hashtags and as it's a web-based app it can be used from a browser on an #ipad or #surface_pro

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@notion supports #surface_pro and #ipad as well with the native apps

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@evernote has #reminders and #notifications but they are not as advanced and calendar-integrated as the google keep ones

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@obsidian is a note-taking app that has support for #markdown and #connections between the different notes. It also has support for #synchronization and has a #visualization module https://obsidian.md/

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@obsidian is very similar to @roam_research

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@obsidian also has a #freemium option

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@zettelkasten is more of a note-taking method, but it also has the software called the @archive. it supports #markdown and #connections between the notes as well as various #organization strategies and #hashtags.

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@foam is a tool that supports #markdown and #connections and it operates on the basis of #git and #visualstudiocode. it also has a #visualization module https://foambubble.github.io/

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@foam is a #freemium product and supports #hashtags

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@columns is a tool for #lists and #bullet_points and has a #freemium model https://columns.me/

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@devonthink is a note-taking app that has #notebooks and can be good for #knowledge_management. it is also pretty good in #pdf storage and can be used to make notes with various research projects https://www.devontechnologies.com/apps/devonthink

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@devonthink is good for #knowledge_organization and also @evernote can be quite good for that.

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@roam_research and @obsidian syntax is based on @zettelkasten approach

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@zotero is a great app for #pdf and #knowledge_management although it's not so good for #organization of knowledge and note-taking (there are functionalities) it is also #freemium

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@mendeley is a #pdf management and #knowledge_management tool but it doesn't have the note-taking capabilities

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@scrinever is a #writing tool that also helps you with #organization of your knowledge into #narratives and it can be used to make #lists

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@infranodus can be used for #visualization of notes and also as a #writing tool that helps you find new #connections between the different notes https://infranodus.com

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@infranodus supports #markdown and can also analyze #pdf documents

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@infranodus works on #ipad and #surface_pro

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@infranodus can visualize #evernote and #roam_research notes

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