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Posted by Smithers
Sep 5, 2022 at 07:07 PM

 

Just came across https://capacities.io.

At first, you’ll think “notion.” Sooo much different.

It kind of takes “referencing/re-usable blocks” to a whole new level that I haven’t seen elsewhere.

“Blocks” are called “content-types”. And content-types are organized by… you guessed it: the type of content it is. 

“Content-types” can be made (by you), customized, tagged, written in, searched for, and referenced in any other “Content-type”.

EG:
- “Quotes” - you can make a content-type called “quotes” that — if you click on (after you make it) — will show you all “quotes” that are referenced in your database.
- “Images” - same thing - it shows you all images referenced everywhere.

POINT:

Let’s say you’re writing a page and paste an image below some text. That image you just pasted is now in 2 places:

1. The page you just pasted it into.
2. The “Images” content-type pane/section.

(And you can go tag that image, write in it, annotate it (planned), and stuff like that)

It’s like a crazy kind of hybrid between a Digital Asset Manager and a Notes/Pkim app!

Not my app, but I wish it was.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Sep 7, 2022 at 08:56 AM

 

This looks seriously impressive – thanks for the mention!

But purely online, unless there’s something I haven’t spotted?

Smithers wrote:

>Just came across https://capacities.io.
> >At first, you’ll think “notion.” Sooo much different.
> >It kind of takes “referencing/re-usable blocks” to a whole new level
>that I haven’t seen elsewhere.
> >“Blocks” are called “content-types”. And content-types are organized
>by… you guessed it: the type of content it is. 
> >“Content-types” can be made (by you), customized, tagged, written in,
>searched for, and referenced in any other “Content-type”.
> >EG:
>- “Quotes” - you can make a content-type called “quotes” that — if
>you click on (after you make it) — will show you all “quotes” that
>are referenced in your database.
>- “Images” - same thing - it shows you all images referenced everywhere.
> >POINT:
> >Let’s say you’re writing a page and paste an image below some text. That
>image you just pasted is now in 2 places:
> >1. The page you just pasted it into.
>2. The “Images” content-type pane/section.
> >(And you can go tag that image, write in it, annotate it (planned), and
>stuff like that)
> >It’s like a crazy kind of hybrid between a Digital Asset Manager and a
>Notes/Pkim app!
> >Not my app, but I wish it was.

 


Posted by MacSE
Sep 7, 2022 at 01:52 PM

 

Hi, I spotted this on their site :
“Capacities is a web app at the moment, meaning you can use it on every modern device. We are working hard to also make Capacities available as app for mobile devices and as desktop app for Mac and PC. For further details see our roadmap”

 


Posted by Cyganet
Sep 7, 2022 at 07:46 PM

 

This looks cool. Going to try it out.

 


Posted by Sarah
Sep 7, 2022 at 08:00 PM

 

I’ve settled on capacities.io too! See my old comment here : https://www.outlinersoftware.com/topics/viewt/9851/5

 


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