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Posted by MadaboutDana
Dec 9, 2020 at 09:22 AM

 

Yes, I was fascinated to discover that the MacStories crew (of whom Federico and John are two) have moved over to Craft so rapidly.

satis wrote:
The latest episode of AppStories details the switch to Craft from Notion
>by the two hosts of the show.
> >https://appstories.net/episodes/197/
> >It was particularly difficult for them to pull data out of Notion, and
>they disliked the iOS app. Given that one of the hosts works primarily
>on iPads, that skews their review a bit for me, but they’re pretty taken
>with it, and discuss that the app improved considerably from its
>original beta at WWDC.

 


Posted by satis
Dec 9, 2020 at 10:41 PM

 

I wouldn’t rush to follow them because they have a long history of jumping from app to app on a yearly basis for both notes and reminders. And their priorities tend towards robustness in the iOS space and collaboration, neither of which is a typical user’s prime concern. The podcast was useful in putting into context both the way the app works and how quickly it’s scaled with its relatively recent introduction of backlinks.

If one were interested solely in an alternative to Curio I’d recommend taking a look at the app, but the addition of backlinks could make it compelling for a lot of people.

I still have qualms about writing in a text box so I’m not sure the app is right for me.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Dec 10, 2020 at 06:27 PM

 

Craft do, however, have one of the most elegant product demonstrations I’ve ever seen, that’s also a useful guide to the art of programming in Apple’s Catalyst:
https://www.craft.do/maccatalyst-guide

It’s enough to make you subscribe straight away! ;-)

satis wrote:
I wouldn’t rush to follow them because they have a long history of
>jumping from app to app on a yearly basis for both notes and reminders.
>And their priorities tend towards robustness in the iOS space and
>collaboration, neither of which is a typical user’s prime concern. The
>podcast was useful in putting into context both the way the app works
>and how quickly it’s scaled with its relatively recent introduction of
>backlinks.
> >If one were interested solely in an alternative to Curio I’d recommend
>taking a look at the app, but the addition of backlinks could make it
>compelling for a lot of people.
> >I still have qualms about writing in a text box so I’m not sure the app
>is right for me.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Dec 11, 2020 at 09:05 AM

 

As I investigate Craft a bit more closely, I’m also impressed at the pace of development. All sorts of nice things introduced in the latest update.

And already you can open documents in multiple windows (on macOS). Take that, Agenda!

I’ve taken out a temporary (monthly) subscription. I know, I know, CRIMPing…

;-)

 


Posted by satis
Dec 24, 2020 at 03:55 AM

 

“Using Craft Notes for Study and Preserving Long-Term Knowledge”

https://thesweetsetup.com/using-craft-notes-for-study-and-preserving-long-term-knowledge/

(Mostly focuses on iOS implementation.)

 


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