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WorkFlowy.com - Organize your brain.

WorkFlowy is an organizational tool that makes life easier. It's a surprisingly powerful way to take notes, make lists, collaborate, brainstorm, plan and generally organize your brain.

Evernote | Remember everything with Evernote, Skitch and our other great apps.

The Evernote family of products help you remember and act upon ideas, projects and experiences across all the computers, phones and tablets you use.

Shop the Moleskine online shop

Discover Moleskine new Notebook and Journal collection, select the one that's best for you and buy now online at Moleskine Official Shop in few easy steps.

Shop the Moleskine online shop

Discover Moleskine new Notebook and Journal collection, select the one that's best for you and buy now online at Moleskine Official Shop in few easy steps.

Microsoft OneNote - note taking software

Explore how OneNote simplifies note taking, organizing your notes, and sharing them. Capture text, images, video, and audio notes and search your notes fast.

Welcome to Ginger Labs

Notability - Designed to be powerful, yet wonderfully simple, Notability provides all the tools you need to create, annotate, and review notes anywhere. Notability, with you every step of the way.

Simplenote

The simplest way to keep notes. Light, clean, and free. Simplenote is now available for iOS, Android, Mac, and the web. Download for iOS Download for Android Download for Mac Download for Kindle What makes Simplenote great? Use it everywhereYour notes stay updated across all your devices. No buttons to press.

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hackpad

hackpad

Real-time collaborative wiki

Livescribe :: Never Miss A Word

Livescribe paper-based computing platform includes a smartpen, dot paper and software applications that changes the way people capture, use and share audio and visual information with pen and paper.

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Notesy

Notesy
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Springpad

Springpad

Make any device your mobile assistant.

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Zimilate

Zimilate

Zimilate: Collect, Organize, and Expand What You Know.

I like Zimilate a lot. I sent them an email and they responded, telling me that they were working toward being freemium. Unfortunately, they aren't really placing a priority on importing, which is one of my criteria. Organization is handled through spheres (folders) that can be kept private (another must have) and they have a web clipper, also a high priority. I'm not interested in sharing, but there is that option. One of my favorite SP alternatives so far, but with no import tool forthcoming for who knows how long, it's not going to be my go-to anytime soon

Memitâ„¢ - Grow Smarter. Together.

Memit is up & coming and they really want Springpad users. They have an import tool just for us :) although they cater to ex-Clipboard, Kippt and Delicio.us users also. The interface is somewhat disjointed. All my springs imported just fine but I still can't figure out their system of labeling my stuff of articles, images, bookmarks<--only listed as 26 but all my springs were bookmarks and the vast majority had pictures but only 3 are listed; you get the confusing idea. Putting stuff in collections is much more preferable but it's confusing as to whether your stuff is private or not. Can't add mem to collection from the clipper, nor have i figured out yet how to do it myself afterward. <--update: figured it out, should have been way easier. No Android yet.

I hear Mem It is getting a major overhaul and lots and lots of new features in August so I will revisit then. Mem it is so far right up there in the running for best alternative to Springpad for me thus far. I'd say 3rd

Clipix: Clip and organize everything you care about

So far, Clipix is turning out to be the top contender (So Far!) The layout of clipboards is similar to SP; you can see all boards at once right off the bat. You can drag a board to another to make a multiboard or collaborate on a Syncboard. Privacy is up to you (I like mine) be as social as you want or don't want. The clipper is surprisingly good for a bookmarklet (which is slightly annoying as i prefer to hide my bookmarks bar). There is an import tool, which worked fine except that it wouldn't grab thumbnails for many sites. You can add your own pic from your computer or rename it with text but you can't link an image to the site (yet). You can edit all your clips, tag them, comment them and there are 3 different views for the boards. You can also drag them to rearrange. This is good and with the option to link a picture to a clip, it will be darn near exactly what i need.

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ArgoNote

ArgoNote

ArgoNote is a beta that I tried the other day. The dev promises an import tool soon but I don't know if ever a web clipper is forthcoming, without which would be pointless for me. In the hopes that one is forthcoming, one makes notebooks that contain notes, which can be simply edited, or the entire template of the note can be changed. Images can only be added from linking. The options for editing note templates makes this a good choice as well as the notebooks, which are extensively searchable. the objective is to be able to make/see changes in realtime. Update: import tool is available, doesn't work consistently (only imported some of my springs) Editing items is also hit or miss..Sometimes pics will not show up or thumbnails won't be imported with import items

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Keeeb

Keeeb

Keeeb is good, there is a web clipper but it grabs only the link in screenshot format. Much like SP in layout but there are only 2 views available, and somewhat unorganized view if you have a lot of keeebies. No reordering and you have to select view all pages in order to see all of your organization (rather than by default like SP) always starts in your first folder by alphabet. Import only from zootool and clipboard. I will revisit later as it does have potential

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Mammoth

Mammoth

Mammoth is up and coming
Heres the good: Starting you off with:
5 GB free storage
unlimited boards
unlimited contributors
unlimited files
The bad:
web clipper is okay but not great. no import tool, which is a dealbreaker because i'm not redoing everything from my SP. This would be great for starting from scratch tho, very very customization friendly. They claim to be adding features so I will keep an eye on this one.

Diigo - Better reading and research with annotation, highlighter, sticky notes, archiving, bookmarking & more.

Diigo is a powerful research tool and a knowledge-sharing community

I've had Diigo for years. It stores my bookmarks and I can annotate them which is also great but the interface is simply horrid. I can't even look at it without wanting to cry. I'm a designer and I work best with visual organization so while I keep it around, I haven't used it in a long time. Do some designing Diigo! But if you prefer a minimalistic approach, then by all means, Diigo is great.

Nimbus - Create and edit notes, save web pages, screenshots and any other type of data.

Nimbus comes from the makers of FVD Speeddial extension for web browsers, EverSync. Nimbus can be downloaded or used online. There's supposedly an import tool but I've yet to find it. Nimbus has a screenshot extension and a clipper extension (these are very very good, probably best i've seen), making it pretty darn useful to share things you've clipped. The clips can be extensively edited as well. They seem much more focused on sharing than storing though and no import tool. There doesn't seem to be much collaboration between the Nimbus Note service and the clippers which makes storing more difficult; as i said, they care more about sharing. The help files are practically useless and the link on Nimbus Note's user account page doesn't even work. The UI looks much like Thinkery or Evernote so not as visual an interface as I like. The free version also stores more and allows larger uploads than Evernote.

Wepware :: Share your vision

Grab live snapshots of anything on the internet, organize your collected content into folders and share with friends through SNS.

Wepware is another in development service, only for Chrome users at the moment, so not for me just yet..However, they have a great clipper, organization by folders, real time updates, dragging clipped items together, overlays for comparisons and more. No import tool yet. If they expand their services they could be pretty good.

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Thinkery

Thinkery

Thinkery works much like Evernote but they like their hashtags..a lot. Every note can be edited and the user interface is a soft blue. The add bar is combined with the search bar for a one to rule them all approach. Lots of keyboard shortcuts. They have a web clipper and import tool and are really good but since I already have Evernote I don't see the point of changing to Thinkery. If you hate EN and want to ditch it entirely, Thinkery is a great alternative.

Clibu, Creating Knowledge

I'm currently on the waiting list for this beta. I'll review it when i get to try it :)

Clibu, Creating Knowledge

I'm currently on the waiting list for this beta. I'll review it when i get to try it :)

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Dragdis

Dragdis

despite the silly name, dragging and dropping stuff to save is pretty easy. Storage is done in folders but there is no import tool or alternate options for viewing or editing.

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Liiist

Liiist

Make lists! Pretty similar to Springpad, no import unfortunately. you can add pic or vid to the item you edit, privacy settings, even price and location, comments and custom images from the site or upload your own. No tags :(