• @PoisonedPrisonPanda
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    Or logseq which is open source.

    Or joplin. Or a meriad of other apps

    • Kajko
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      45 months ago

      Logseq has worked best for me and my ADHD so far.

      • @PoisonedPrisonPanda
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        25 months ago

        Its always something isnt it?

        I too had issues with some stuff at first. But until I dive into org mode its the best i was getting.

        (Im telling this from stumbling through many apps like tiddlywiki, obsidian, joplin, qownnotes, trilliumnotes, standardnotes, and probably more)

      • @Rockslide0482
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        15 months ago

        I primarily use logseq but have obsidian configured to use the same directory. I then use logseq for journaling and some tag notes that have searches and links kind of built in. Then I have obsidian for wiki or KB type notes. I can then link to parts of that in logseq. I also use obsidian for a few niche situations where the plugins add value. Its not a perfect solution but it works pretty well for me. I also typically use obsidian to folder directory organize my non journal notes, bit really you could just as easily use your file browser for that.

    • @Awe@lemmy.ml
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      25 months ago

      Last I checked, Joplin does not use a folder structure that is easy to port over. Their files are all id’s instead of usable file names, so without Joplin, you won’t be finding anything.

      They are still plaintext .MD files though.

      • @redacted_name@lemmy.ca
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        Joplin requires you to migrate each notebook individually so it’s fiddly if you have lots of notebooks in lots of folders.

        But one you’ve done it you’re free!

        Well worth the effort. I downgraded to free Evernote after the last price hike and stopped using it… Now I can delete the app entirely.