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Posted by steveylang
Apr 29, 2022 at 05:21 PM



They describe it as ‘A web note-taking app to structure and enrich all your thoughts in one place. As if Miro and Notion had a baby.’

To me it seems like a fancy notecard app. Not as deep as your Heptabases, Kosmiks, etc. but free to try and use right now. Obsidian is my daily driver, but I like seeing these hybrid visual/text tools for brainstorming, visual thinking, diagramming, etc.

Basically you can create and visually organize cards on pages (grid-based.) Workspaces (of pages), pages, tabs, sub-pages all supported. Cards can contain various types of content- text, links, tables, lists, images, etc. Formatting, re-sizing and moving cards around seems relatively smooth, there is visual feedback when you re-arrange cards on a page. At the beginning of any line, you can type ‘/’ to trigger command mode with a Notion-like drop list of commands.

You can indent bullet lists but no outlining- it would be nice to have toggle lists like in Notion.


Posted by steveylang
Apr 29, 2022 at 05:31 PM


They have a Youtube channel with some demo vids:



Posted by Ken
Apr 29, 2022 at 07:37 PM


Any info. on the company?  The web page was a bit sparse, as well as frenetic.  Too much going on at once for me to be able to see what the product offers.



Posted by Andrew Tabunshchik
Apr 29, 2022 at 08:12 PM


Sounds interesting.

I’m also found:

1. Youtube reviews.



2. Mission and team on Medium.



Posted by Andrew Tabunshchik
Apr 29, 2022 at 08:39 PM


I’m a part of the xTiles team.

So, overall we’re developing a new tool for thinking (thoughts).
Based on a note-taking approach and visual manner, you can put down your ideas, structure them, and enrich them.
It’s accessible to brain dump - often different versions and unbaked ideas in the same place and then construct things.

Our early adopters are using it for individual or collaborative writing and brainstorming. Also, collecting Research makes sense.

Feel free to suggest or critique anything.



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