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My new best friend. It runs well on Linux, windows, android and synchronizes excellently, and takes minimal effort to learn. The only problem is the lack of different fonts and font formats (colour and size) Extremely easy to make lists, simple tables, and table of contents. Another downside is the lack...
A cross platform note taking app with built in cloud synchronization. Minimal in appearance, this is an app meant for taking notes as simply as possible.
ProGeared towards fast usage
ProMarkdown support via web interface
ProDesktop app is open source
ProVery simple and clean interface
ConSearch is limited to one tag
ConNo support for file attachments
I have used TiddlyWiki on and off for over 10 years. Out of the box, basic features--linking and tagging to connect and organize notes--are easy to use and allow for immediate, fluid organization and navigation. Installing only one or two plugins (just drag a link to the plugin onto your wiki) can dramatical...
ProFree and Open Source
ProProgressive user level, from ease of use to programming your own plugins
ProLightweight and very customizable
ProBacklinking and backtagging and brain graph visualization
ProUpdate all links when renaming notes (required the Relink plugin)
ProLots of plugins
Pro10+ years mature
ProSelf-hosted and indefinitely accessible
ProSingle html file
Logseq is one of the best tools I've used. I'm a meticulous notetaker who, prior to discovering the Zettlekasten method, had been focused primarily on notetaking apps and outliners. I had been a 5-year devotee of Checkvist, which I consider an outliner in its own category for its keyboard-driven (t...
ProStructured data over willy-nilly formatting
ProDaily journal is capture on Steriods
ConKeyboard-driven editing/navigating is descent but average