TagSpaces, because who doesn't want an open-sourced, powerful and visually appealing approach to notes?
Let's take a look at the features:
- Cross-platform file tagging, annotation and finding;
- Note taking and information management;
- Browse folders and preview your files in one application
But further to my recommendation is supported extensions- I quite often use the ZIP viewer for my arch backups - and there are a few other file types you can view.
Lastly, let's talk about the functionality:
- Color scheme;
- Check box, hyperlinks, highlighting and tagging by default;
- Customization view tab
The key functions of the editor are (to me):
- Image Support;
- Code formatting for notes;
- Custom tags and search features and;
- Check Box / Table Support.
But does it suit your needs?
I can't create a sub-notebook which is ideally what I'd like.
You can make as many sub-folders as you like!
Sort of like confluence but not web-based.
All local, the way it should be ;)
I don't mind design too much as long as I have the sub-folder feature.
Just wish to reiterate the fact this exists!
plain-text notes are sufficient.
....literally any text editor passes this requirement, but this does
MD files too! Yay Github!