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Posted by Sarah
Aug 23, 2022 at 01:36 AM

 

Hello,

I am intrigued by block based apps and wanted to explore some apps before I dive all-in.
Currently, I’ve checked xtiles, walling and organizedly.

xtiles has decent UI but doesn’t seem to have proper list view and tagging functionality
walling seems to have decent task manager + block based structure but no graph view
organizedly seems to have all of it but I am not sure if it’ll be around after few years. I’ve hardly seen youtube videos too.

So reaching out to the community if there are any options I might be missing out on.

 


Posted by Andy Brice
Aug 23, 2022 at 07:59 AM

 

Sarah wrote:
Hello,
> >I am intrigued by block based apps and wanted to explore some apps
>before I dive all-in.

Do you mean graph as in boxes and arrows or graph as in function graph? If the former, then you might want to check out our https://www.hyperplan.com software. The professional edition supports box and arrow graphs.


Andy Brice

 

 


Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Aug 23, 2022 at 10:22 AM

 

Yes, check out Hyperplan. But also consider Scrintal or Heptabase. Where Walling and xTiles are more structured as to how your blocks (tiles or cards) are shown on the page, Heptabase and Scrintal are more free form.

Watch this video for Scrintal: https://youtu.be/VeyTDh0n-yw

Watch this video for Heptabase: https://youtu.be/xtWdCi18yWI

I wrote an article comparing those four apps:

https://stephenjzeoli.medium.com/card-based-whiteboard-pkms-5608dfe4a771

Andy Brice wrote:

>
>Sarah wrote:
>Hello,
>>
>>I am intrigued by block based apps and wanted to explore some apps
>>before I dive all-in.
> >Do you mean graph as in boxes and arrows or graph as in function graph?
>If the former, then you might want to check out our
>https://www.hyperplan.com software. The professional edition supports
>box and arrow graphs.
> >—
>Andy Brice
>

 


Posted by Sarah
Aug 23, 2022 at 07:04 PM

 

>I wrote an article comparing those four apps:
> >https://stephenjzeoli.medium.com/card-based-whiteboard-pkms-5608dfe4a771
> >
> Sure thanks! I had scrintal and heptabase on my watchlist but they still seem to be work in progress.

>>Do you mean graph as in boxes and arrows or graph as in function graph?
>>If the former, then you might want to check out our
>>https://www.hyperplan.com software. The professional edition supports
>>box and arrow graphs.
>>
>>—
>>Andy Brice
>>
>Do you mean graph as in boxes and arrows or graph as in function graph?
>If the former, then you might want to check out our
>https://www.hyperplan.com software. The professional edition supports
>box and arrow graphs.
> >—
>Andy Brice
>

I meant graph as a way to connect all related notes, kinda like how organizedly does it.
Very simple example - I read a book about c++ templates and create a “block” of note about templates.
Then I read some article about it and create another block of note. I would then want both of the notes linked so they’re connected.

 


Posted by bigspud
Aug 23, 2022 at 10:29 PM

 

You may even want to look at mem.ai again..
their “AI” on surfacing notes just went live, and Napkin has an appealing but strange offer that does just that!

Sarah wrote:
>I wrote an article comparing those four apps:
>>
>>https://stephenjzeoli.medium.com/card-based-whiteboard-pkms-5608dfe4a771
>>
>>
>>
>Sure thanks! I had scrintal and heptabase on my watchlist but they still
>seem to be work in progress.
> >>>Do you mean graph as in boxes and arrows or graph as in function
>graph?
>>>If the former, then you might want to check out our
>>>https://www.hyperplan.com software. The professional edition supports
>>>box and arrow graphs.
>>>
>>>—
>>>Andy Brice
>>>
>>Do you mean graph as in boxes and arrows or graph as in function graph?
>>If the former, then you might want to check out our
>>https://www.hyperplan.com software. The professional edition supports
>>box and arrow graphs.
>>
>>—
>>Andy Brice
>>
> >I meant graph as a way to connect all related notes, kinda like how
>organizedly does it.
>Very simple example - I read a book about c++ templates and create a
>“block” of note about templates.
>Then I read some article about it and create another block of note. I
>would then want both of the notes linked so they’re connected.
> >

 


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