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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Mar 4, 2021 at 11:45 PM

 

I just learned about Saga, a fledgling notes app that has features similar to Coda or Notion… although it doesn’t have the Relational Database features of Notion.

It is in public beta and free to use.

This link has more information and a video that will give you some idea of what the app is like:

https://saga.so/updates

This is another app that I have barely tried, so I am not endorsing it, just informing the community about it.

Steve

 


Posted by Filip
Mar 8, 2021 at 03:44 PM

 

Thanks for mentioning Saga in the community! I’m Filip, one of the developers of the app.

Our main idea is to automatically connect and reference content across pages so that it’s easier to create/find information in your knowledge base.
The core feature at the moment is automatic back-linking (page titles and headings are automatically recognized and hyperlinks/references are generated) running on top of a clean block-based editor.

We are working on expanding that idea towards more powerful operations with blocks, such as summarisations and auto-generated smart tables based on your content.
Also, we are looking at integrating with other sources like Google Drive to allow cross-referencing information from multiple document editors.

We are currently in beta, and any ideas or feedback you have will help us a lot.

 


Posted by Filip
Sep 4, 2021 at 07:13 PM

 

I want to share a summary of the updates that happened over the last six months with the project:
- Saga now supports embedded references, and you can now drop references inside a page.
- Aliases of pages – a page can have multiple titles, and the auto-linking works with all alternative titles.
- Nested collections – Collections are already part folders and part tags. Pages can be in multiple collections at once. Now Saga also supports nesting of collections inside one another.
- If you change a page title, you can change all references to it across the whole space.
- Image support.
- Import & export to markdown.
- Much faster and performant editor for large spaces.

What we are working on in the next releases is:
- More powerful operations with blocks and automatic links – convert text to a page or a reference and send it to other pages
- Collaborative editing for teams.

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Sep 5, 2021 at 12:23 AM

 

Perhaps I missed it, but I couldn’t seem to find on your site a clear statement of what happens to a user’s information in Saga, although I clicked on a lot of links in the process. If I am a user, does my data stay with me, or does it get transferred to Saga’s cloud? If the latter, I wish you had a said something about it. Does a user download the Saga, or is it a web app? One shouldn’t need to spend several minutes trying to find this kind of basic information on an emerging product’s website. Thanks.

Daly

 


Posted by Daly de Gagne
Sep 5, 2021 at 12:25 AM

 

Perhaps I missed it, but I couldn’t seem to find on your site a clear statement of what happens to a user’s information in Saga, although I clicked on a lot of links in the process. If I am a user, does my data stay with me, or does it get transferred to Saga’s cloud? If the latter, I wish you had a said something about it. Does a user download the Saga, or is it a web app? One shouldn’t need to spend several minutes trying to find this kind of basic information on an emerging product’s website. Thanks.

Daly

 


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