Do you feel limited by your current tool for thought and want to switch to a new one?
Maybe you are using a note-taking app and want to switch to a more fully-fledged productivity app, or maybe you wish you had access to more plugins to design your thinking space. Whatever the reason you want to switch tools, we got you covered.
Switchboard is a dashboard of “switching guides”, exploring in detail the reasons why you may want to switch from a tool for thought to another and why you should consider sticking to your current tool.
Once you are certain you want to switch, each guide includes a step-by-step tutorial so you can have a smooth transition. We will also tell you what to expect once you have switched to the new tool.Add a switching guide
Roam to Obsidian
Make the switch for more plugins and a local-first app.
Notion to Roam
Go from architect to gardener with bidirectional links and block references.
Roam to Logseq
Switch to an open-source alternative with native task management.
Evernote to Notion
Make the most of your notes with templates and databases.
Roam to Remnote
Learn faster from your notes with spaced repetition.
Evernote to Roam
Explore and generate new ideas with a non-linear note-taking.
Notion to Obsidian
Unleash the power of the graph view and bidirectional linking.
Evernote to Obsidian
Explore and generate new ideas with local-first, non-linear note-taking.
Workflowy to Notion
Move from an outliner to an all-in-one note-taking app.
Roam to Tana
Try a tool for thought that promises to end context switching.
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