Notion – an all-in-one workspace

Today I came across yet another interesting application – Notion. It can be a simple note taking app just for yourself, or a collaboration tool for a whole team, with knowledge base, tasks, and project management. There’s also a way to have other types of structured data, like CRM leads, etc.

I wish I had the time to play around with it right now, but I don’t. So I’ll leave it here for the next time.

TreeProjects – personal database software for home and business


A while back I blogged about TreeSheets, which is a flexible free form data organizer.  If you tried that but felt that you need something slightly different, then check out TreeProjects – a personal database software for home and business.

TreeProjects provides an unlimited, freeform, ordered hierarchical organization of your information items (in a tree), single-file compressed data storage, instant  single-click item viewing and editing, multi-tab interface for concurrent editing of several items, powerful search capabilities, and many other features.

 

TreeSheets – Open Source Free Form Data Organizer


TreeSheets is an Open Source cross-platform free form data organizer, which can replace a variety of other tools, like spreadsheets, mind mappers, outliners, project management tools, text editors, notes applications, and even small databases.  It works on Linux, Windows, and Mac, and looks very interesting.  Have a look at the screenshots for some of the things that it can do.

Boostnote – Open Source note-taking app for programmers


Boostnote is yet another alternative for taking notes.   This one is an Open Source and is built for developers.  Some of the features – Markdown support, search, cross-platform, works offline.

There is also Boostnote Team edition for, you know, teams.