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Taking written notes. Notes can include free-form text, sketches, and lists.

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When researching another question, I found another tool which might be interesting as a replacement for Scapple, and that is Sketchboard.io: Solve problems and create ideas on endless whiteboard with …
answered Aug 12 '15 by holroy
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Try Google Keep, which is a nifty little tool where your notes can be synchronized across the devices, and also be readily available on your smart phone. I'm using this to keep ticket references, air …
answered Jun 15 '15 by holroy
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Two options springs into mind when you state that you want it completely offline and still being able to handle multiple formats: A personal wiki with local storage – Multiple exists, and which to c …
answered Sep 23 '15 by holroy
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I suggest trying out draw.io which isn't a dedicated tool for note taking, but does have a lot of the options available from the image provided by OP. For even more information see the official draw.i …
answered Aug 11 '15 by holroy
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After reviewing some different alternatives for myself regarding blogging/writing articles on either programming or life in general, I came across stackedit.io, which is an editor within the browser. …
answered Aug 10 '15 by holroy
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If I understand you correctly, then these are your requirements: A note manager keeping multiple notes Links between notes Notes can have images When a note/image is deleted, and some notice of this …
answered Aug 30 '15 by holroy
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Toodledo I was using Remember the Milk my self a little on and off, even had a premium subscription for a year. Today I'm using Toodledo and it seems to fullfil most of my needs, and according to you …
answered Jul 5 '15 by holroy