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Posted by kjxymzy
Feb 13, 2018 at 09:43 PM

 

Yeah. It is wonderful when apps work together without much friction. I have a custom CRM in Airtable, so I might explore linking from there to Bear (there might also be a solid way to link to a search like you noted w/ Evernote versus direct linking to a specific note.

On Gingko:

Yes! Love Gingko. I tried using it for notes, but I do a lot of notes for coding, and the lack of syntax highlighting and regular highlighting got in the way of my workflow. Also, the cards are too small for code without line wrapping. Still use it for journaling and non-trivial writing output. It is one of the few apps where you can do outlining/writing in one place without much friction. It has been hard to actually write in most mind maps/outliners software I have tried, as paragraphs/snippets as nodes (versus headers/short text as nodes) feel heavy to me.

Now that I have started linking, I could perhaps try using it for high level notes with Bear holding low level details.

dan7000 wrote:

>>Dellu wrote:
>>I don’t like links.
>>>
>>> My experience is Links are fragile objects. They don’t persist a
>>couple
>>>of years. If I want to replace one of those applications with another
>>>application, the links break.
>>>
>>>My preference is to assign tags on individual notes (intext tags; or
>>>Mavericks tags)—-and, then connect those notes with the same tag by
>>>some means (the Search in Devonthink) or Agents.
>>>
> >
>One scheme I use daily that works kind of like the tag-matching you
>mention is the interface between Cloze CRM and Evernote. Cloze is like a
>contact manager that lets you see all of your recent interactions with a
>person or within a project (basically a group of people) in one list. I
>like it better than alternatives because it shows my phone calls and
>text messages as well as emails.
> >It also shows relevant Evernote notes for a person or project. So if I
>click on “Joe Schmoe”, I get a list of all my calls, emails, meetings,
>texts to Joe as well as every EN note that has the phrase “Joe Schmoe”
>in it. It seems to be smart enough to include “Tom” for “Thomas,” etc.
>It does a shockingly good job. I have been really surprised at how well
>it does at finding my EN notes for each person. This is no mean feat as
>I have 9,700 EN notes and many are quite long and include big PDFs with
>indexed contents. I emailed with the developer and they said they do an
>overnight index of the EN database every night. (Yeah, I know, privacy
>concerns, etc.). Presumably they have a way to only process recent
>changes instead of the whole thing every night.
> >One cool thing about this that 1) I’ve put absolutely no effort into it,
>except making sure to spell people’s names right in EN. and 2) Cloze
>could implement the same thing with Simplenote, Ginkgo, or other
>solutions if EN goes away.
> >Regarding the topic of the original post: have you tried Ginkgo? It has
>outlining with excellent MD support.

 


Posted by kjxymzy
Feb 13, 2018 at 10:19 PM

 

@dan7000

Just played with Gingko and Bear linking => quite powerful

 


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