When comparing RowShare vs Dynalist, the Slant community recommends Dynalist for most people. In the question“What are the best cross-platform to do list apps?” Dynalist is ranked 31st while RowShare is ranked 65th.
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Pro Manageable permissions
You can choose whether or not your rows and tables are visible to others.
Pro Exports a number of document types
Generate all kinds of documents based on templates and the data contained in your table.
Pro User-set types that correspond to your data files
You can set the type of data contained in your rows, which speeds up the process of importing and exporting information.
Pro Supports attached files
Add your favorite files, pictures and videos directly into your tables.
Pro Email notifications
Email updates are sent when someone is working with your tables.
Pro Row-level permissions
Permissions can be set on a row-by-row basis, meaning you won’t have to sacrifice complete control to have another collaborator join the project.
Pro Syncs with Excel
You can open tables directly with Microsoft Excel and still keep them synchronized.
Pro Ability to create documents and organize by folder, and search by title
Pro Unlimited notes
Which is perfect for personal knowledgebase.
Pro Bullet hierarchy with zoom
Able to zoom in in bullet points, collapse bullets, move bulleted information, etc.
Pro Search and link to other notes
Pro Inline images
Pro Create custom user styles
Anyone can create a custom style and share them with the community, which can be found here.
Pro Printable shared lists
Con This is not a to-do app
Rowshare could be used to generate to-do lists, but its primary functionality is to create shareable datasheets.