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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Apr 1, 2019 at 11:02 AM

 

So I went back into my Contexted account this morning and the few pages I had created were gone and the site was back to how it looked when I first started it. Has anyone else experienced this?

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
Niek,
> >I’ve created an account and made a few pages. My initial reaction is
>that I am impressed.
> >I like the clean, uncluttered look. It is easy to create new pages in
>the wiki and write content. The mindmap view is handy and clever. And
>the breadcrumb bar is a nice touch.
> >For Contexted (I like the name, too) to be useful to me, I will need a
>way to print and export pages.
> >I agree with Graham that some more details about who you are and how the
>data is being handled would help people feel they can trust their
>content with you.
> >Thanks for your work and for sharing it. I’ll let you know if other
>thoughts occur to me.
> >Steve Z

 


Posted by tightbeam
Apr 1, 2019 at 01:08 PM

 

I’m always leery of software promoted as “free forever”. I get that you’re using it as a hook to bait customers into paying for your “value-added” deal, but “nothing lasts forever but the earth and sky” (thanks, Kansas).

I’d rather pay a fair sum for good, useful software. “Free forever” isn’t sustainable.

PS. You might want to reconsider your tagline “The #1 text-first personal knowledge manager”. It’s only been around for a couple of weeks…

 


Posted by Niek Dew
Jul 26, 2019 at 07:52 AM

 

For whoever is interested: we launched a major update on the app. I would really appreciate any feedback you might have.

http://contexted.io

 


Posted by satis
Jul 26, 2019 at 01:42 PM

 

I didn’t see anything on the website about import, export or backups. It looks like a nice notes wiki with intricate plumbing hidden away and some interesting features (eg ZenKit-like multiple views). It looks like a really nice start, but none of the earlier objections from the thread were addressed, like who the company is, what the roadmap is, what is the privacy policy, and of course what is the future of the app in terms of pricing.

 


Posted by tightbeam
Jul 26, 2019 at 06:58 PM

 

I would not support a developer, or buy software from a developer, who solicits feedback and then does not respond to it or even acknowledge it, but does come back here to advertise his software again.

 


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