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Posted by Reder
Feb 8, 2019 at 08:25 AM

 

My list:

1. Brainstorming: Rocketbook / Sharp Electronic Notebook / Mindnode
2. Random Notetaking: Workflowy / Standard Notes / Sharp Electronic Notebook
3. Scheduling: Calendars (Outlook at work)
4. Task Management: Sharp Electronic Notebook / Notebooks App
5. Thought Processing: Workflowy / TheBrain
6. Knowledge Archive: DEVONthink Pro / Notebooks App / TheBrain
7. Project Knowledge: Notebooks App
8. Mail: Tutanota (personal)
9. Writing: Typora / Gingko / or in Notebooks App directly

I started to use Sharp Electronic Notebook this year and am still evaluating. I also switched to Notebooks App at work recently. Before I used a lot of VoodooPad.

 


Posted by washere
Feb 8, 2019 at 04:40 PM

 

So someone else here uses erasable pens, I really like testing the writing on their different types.

 


Posted by Luhmann
Feb 8, 2019 at 05:17 PM

 

1. Brainstorming :: Dynalist
2. Random Notetaking :: Drafts (iOS and Mac beta) (send to Evernote, DayOne, and Bear)
3. Scheduling :: Fantastical 2 and Calendar 5 (for the great “Week View” on iOS)
4. Task Management :: 2Do for personal tasks, Todoist for collaboration, and Trello for event planning
5. Thought Processing :: Dynalist
6. Knowledge Archive :: Evernote (receipts and web clips), Bear (non-private stuff), DayOne (private stuff)
7. Project Knowledge :: Dynalist
8. Academic Database and PDFs :: Paperpile (notes get archived in Dynalist)

 


Posted by Beck
Feb 8, 2019 at 06:19 PM

 

Luhmann wrote:
>8. Academic Database and PDFs :: Paperpile (notes get archived in
>Dynalist)

Is this archiving automated?

 


Posted by Luhmann
Feb 9, 2019 at 09:18 AM

 

Paperpile is working on improving the search of your highlights within the app - especially if you use their built in highlighting tools on the web or in their (beta) mobile app. But I like to work with my highlights in Dynalist where I can structure them and tag them, etc. so I manually export my highlights, clean them up with some RegEx scripts (I’ve automated this in Drafts), and then copy them to Dynalist.

Beck wrote:
Luhmann wrote:
>>8. Academic Database and PDFs :: Paperpile (notes get archived in
>>Dynalist)
> >Is this archiving automated?

 


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