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Org mode VS Typora

Compare Org mode VS Typora and see what are their differences


Org: an Emacs Mode for Notes, Planning, and Authoring

A minimal Markdown reading & writing app.
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Task Management Project Management Note Taking
Website orgmode.org  
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Markdown Editor Text Editor Markdown Viewer
Website typora.io  
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Reviews
These are some of the external sources and on-site user reviews we've used to compare Org mode and Typora

Org mode Reviews

Ask HN: Favorite note-taking software?
Before going full Org Mode, I used MS OneNote, and liked it very much. My notes from that period has tons of images and annotated screenshots dumped into them. I miss that in my Emacs workflow nowadays. My dream software would be pieces of Org Mode on a OneNote-like canvas, with support for easily pasting images and drawing on them (especially using a graphics tablet, or at...

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What are some alternatives?

When comparing Org mode and Typora, you can also consider the following products

Todoist - Todoist is a to-do list that helps you get organized, at work and in life.

iA Writer - Minimal Design, Maximum Focus

Remember The Milk - Remember The Milk is a task and time management application for mobile devices.

Haroopad - Haroopad is a markdown enabled document processor for creating web-friendly documents.

WorkFlowy - 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.

StackEdit - Full-featured, open-source Markdown editor based on PageDown, the Markdown library used by Stack Overflow and the other Stack Exchange sites.