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Supercharge Your Productivity: Three Recommended Tools for Thought

Tana Amplenote Obsidian.md Roam Research Logseq
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    Welcome to the future of work. Build anything. Use it for everything. Kill your SaaS subscriptions.
    Side note: Those who follow me may be surprised I’d choose Tana over Roam Research. I have extraordinary love for Roam — it was my introduction to this amazing TfT world! — but Tana is a more powerful environment.

    #Task Management #Knowledge Management #Outliner 20 social mentions

  2. Flexible notes and tasks, built by productivity enthusiasts.
    Amplenote’s interface resembles traditional notetaking apps—if you’re coming from Evernote, you’ll feel at home in Amplenote.

    #Project Management #Task Management #Todos 8 social mentions

  3. A second brain, for you, forever. Obsidian is a powerful knowledge base that works on top of a local folder of plain text Markdown files.
    One of my AP Productivity: Cohort mentors has a powerful system pairing Obsidian with OmniFocus. In OmniFocus, he builds his project and task structures, and in Obsidian he develops and organizes the project support materials as well as other relevant information. Because it’s easy to link to an Obsidian note or an OmniFocus project, he can seamlessly navigate back and forth with URLs.

    #Knowledge Management #Knowledge Base #Markdown Editor 1452 social mentions

  4. A note-taking tool for networked thought
    Side note: Those who follow me may be surprised I’d choose Tana over Roam Research. I have extraordinary love for Roam — it was my introduction to this amazing TfT world! — but Tana is a more powerful environment.

    #Note Taking #Todos #Task Management 101 social mentions

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    Logseq is a local-first, non-linear, outliner notebook for organizing and sharing your personal knowledge base.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    • Free
    Outliners (think Workflowy, Roam, Logseq) rely on blocks and indentation for primary connections, and references to other blocks or pages for richer links. They’re optimized for capturing quick thinking.

    #Knowledge Management #Note Taking #Knowledge Base 280 social mentions

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