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10 Best Note Taking Apps for Windows in 2020

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  1. Sticky Notes is an integrated feature of adding notes in the Windows operating systems.

    Can't use Sticky Notes, and I have some important notes in... about about 2 months ago

    Are your notes synchronized with your Microsoft account? If they are, you can access them via web at In the meantime I’ll send link to this post to SN team.
  2. Get the OneNote app for free on your tablet, phone, and computer, so you can capture your ideas and to-do lists in one place wherever you are. Or try OneNote with Office for free.

  3. Bring your life's work together in one digital workspace. Evernote is the place to collect inspirational ideas, write meaningful words, and move your important projects forward.

    Is this, okay? Release notes not showing in the menu. about 2 days ago

    Not sure what that is, but the latest version as of now is listed on their website as 10.22.3 & that's what you receive when you select to D/L from - See:.
  4. The simplest way to keep notes. Light, clean, and free. Simplenote is now available for iOS, Android, Mac, and the web.

    ⟳ 1 apps added, 6 updated at about 19 days ago

    Simplenote (version 142): keep notes, lists, ideas and more.
  5. Capture notes, share them with others, and access them from your computer, phone or tablet. Free with a Google account.

  6. A collaborative document-editing service

  7. A minimal Markdown reading & writing app.

    Best app for Mac to take maths notes about 17 days ago

    Maybe check out Typora. It's basically a github-flavoured markdown editor which displays your markdown input directly formatted, e.g. Typing *hello* and hit space to see hello. Also it's super lightweight and supports many more functionalities as github-style markdown, in particular Latex.
  8. MWP

    Microsoft WordPad

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  9. A safe place for your notes, thoughts, and life's work

    Life is becoming unbearable. How do I find the motivation to... about 8 days ago

    Do it regularly, from daily to multiple times a month. But keep doing it. Do it with a pen and paper journal or a file on your phone/computer. I use Standard Notes so it's available any time I have an insight. Using multiple senses to reflect is good, and you can review your thoughts again to remember and revise (grow).
  10. Collaborate with your team and share the data you care about in one place