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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Feb 27, 2022 at 01:09 PM

 

There is yet another app that is in early beta and trying to work its way into the visual note-taking field. It is called Scrintal. They describe it as “if Miro and Obsidian had a baby!”

Anyway, if you are interested in checking it out and use the link below, that somehow helps me move up the list on early access:

https://scrint.al/?r=OowuN

If you don’t want to get sucked into that scheme (and who can blame you if you don’t want to) but still want to check it out, here is the straight link to the website:

https://www.scrintal.com/

Steve

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Feb 27, 2022 at 01:12 PM

 

BTW, I meant to add to my comment about Scrintal that one of the things that makes me a bit more enthusiastic about this app is that they promise to make the notes you curate be exportable to usable files such as .docs. This is a missing feature in a lot of these apps. I will, of course, await judgment until I see how this export is actually implemented.

 


Posted by Darren McDonald
Mar 14, 2022 at 02:08 PM

 

Thanks, @Stephen, for letting us know about this app. It certainly looks like the app I have been waiting for all along! I am waiting to be granted access to use it too.
In the meantime, I came across a wonderful video that goes into depth in using Scrintal for academic research. It borrows liberally from the Zettlekasten Method.

https://youtu.be/8l0WBt_NL_w

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
BTW, I meant to add to my comment about Scrintal that one of the things
>that makes me a bit more enthusiastic about this app is that they
>promise to make the notes you curate be exportable to usable files such
>as .docs. This is a missing feature in a lot of these apps. I will, of
>course, await judgment until I see how this export is actually
>implemented.

 


Posted by satis
Aug 1, 2022 at 12:05 AM

 

Company blog post on early-access to Scrintal, and discussing the $60/yr pricing they decided on:

https://blog.scrintal.com/revealing-scrintals-early-access-plan-1fb36a3d0b8f

Article on using Scrintal for research:

https://medium.com/the-scrintalist/researching-a-topic-using-scrintal-500b194b395e

 


Posted by Amontillado
Aug 1, 2022 at 12:52 PM

 

Scrintal looks like a focused Tinderbox - is that a fair assessment?

By “more focused” I mean it appears to do the corkboard/note thing without the backend agents and other automation Tinderbox offers.

 


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