Obsidian users are making the switch to Supernotes. Here’s why...
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“The new right-hand pane, the UI, the keyboard shortcuts, the 1200 character limit, it being perfect for a zettelkasten, the export to markdown and PDF, embedding pictures. As a package, Supernotes is amazing.”
“Supernotes main two benefits over Obsidian are that it reduces a ton of friction, and includes the ability to collaborate with others. While I love the idea of having a daily note it often ends up being tricky to know what information should go in your daily not and which information should be filed away in a folder. Supernotes' Daily collection means you don't have to make this choice, because any information you capture regardless gets logged to the day it was captured.”
“SN reminded me there is value in a good interface. Seeing parents and tags in context, having the ability to quickly filter by them by clicking on them, the simplicity of excluding vs including vs not considering a filter in the search is excellent.”
“I'm an executive director for a youth nonprofit. Use notecards for each phone call I make, for ideas, for reference info relating to my job, for quotes I like, for managing relationships with community leaders and donors (people as parent cards and children for each notecard with information related to them), for distilling concepts (i.e. Stoicism), want to start Journaling with it, saving travel ideas, and lots more. It's awesome!”
“I use it for making research. I am a PhD student and I am trying to use Supernotes for my Zettelkasten method. My PhD is in engineering. The interface… it is beautiful. Also the graph view.”
“A few things: the design, graph view, and the character limit per note. I think Supernotes is the simplest approach I've found to implement a Zettelkasten-esque system and ultimately that's why I subscribed.”
“Gorgeous design. I’m tired of all these ugly apps where people can customize it with css. They always end up looking like sh***y versions of MySpace pages from 2005. A good looking app is super important to me and Supernotes is beautiful.”
“Supernotes stays true to the original Zettelkasten method, and I think this is the most frictionless tool existing for those wanting to try and start collecting information. The user experience is superb, everything seems to have been thought about.”
“The UI was a big one, but I also loved the ease of adding new notes and adding cards to multiple parents. One thing that really wowed me was the "Tasks" collection – I love that I can add a task to any card and it will be there until it's checked off.”
“100% the "Targeted dates" feature. This is something I've been looking for from other apps and has been the deal-breaker every single time. I thought it didn't exist, and I'm willing to forgive basically anything else about Supernotes because it has this, and does it well.”
“I decided to switch to Supernotes because I needed a tool with a simple yet elegant design.
Additionally, I valued the smooth categorization, filtering, and search system that Supernotes offers.
The best feature of the app for me is the ability for a card to have multiple parents. I've dreamed of such a feature for many years and was thrilled when I saw it in Supernotes.”
“My favourite feature is the soft word count limit. It's a non-obvious feature, and it's genius. I found that with other note-taking apps, I would just dump other people's content into the app, and then do nothing with it.
With Supernotes, I find myself only collecting the best nuggets and ideas of what I'm reading. The card-like structure and the word count limit push me to write things in my own words and do my own thinking. So I use it to take notes, record SOPs, and now to write drafts for content I want to publish.”
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