How to switch from Roam Research to Logseq

Ever since Roam popularised networked thinking, a few alternatives have become available. Logseq is local-first, plain text, and a block-based outliner app similar to Roam Research. While Roam partly inspires it, Logseq is not just a Roam clone and has features that make it a unique tool for thought. If you are considering switching from …

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How to switch from Notion to Roam Research

Are you considering switching from Notion to Roam? Both have their advantages: Notion is an all-in-one workspace with features such as tables and templates, while Roam focuses on helping you connect your ideas and exploring connections between them. As a general rule, Roam is best for gardeners, while Notion is best for architects. If you …

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How to switch from Roam Research to Obsidian

Roam Research has revolutionised the tools for thought space by bringing networked thinking front and centre with bidirectional links and knowledge graphs. However, Roam not the only option for people who don’t like note-taking apps that work as a filing cabinet system. A popular alternative is Obsidian, which is local-first and plain text. Obsidian is …

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Self-organized knowledge management with George Levin, CEO of Hints

Welcome to this edition of our Tools for Thought series, where we interview founders on a mission to help us think better, learn faster, and make the most of our mind. George Levin is the CEO and Co-Founder of Hints, an all-in-one knowledge management app to get information captured and self-organized. In this interview, we …

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Unlocking the power of less with Francesco D’Alessio, creator of Bento

Welcome to this edition of our Tools for Thought series, where we interview founders on a mission to help be more productive without sacrificing our mental health. Francesco D’Alessio is the creator of Bento, a methodology that limits you three tasks per day for better prioritisation. The best way to apply the methodology is to …

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Building your digital legacy with Kazuki Nakayashiki, co-founder of Glasp

Welcome to this edition of our Tools for Thought series, where we interview founders on a mission to help us think better and achieve their intellectual and creative ambitions. Kazuki Nakayashiki is the co-founder of Glasp, a social web clipper that allows users to share their highlights and notes as they read, without any back-and-forth …

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Making time for what matters with the co-founders of Agenda

Welcome to this edition of our Tools for Thought series, where we interview founders on a mission to help us achieve more without sacrificing our mental health. Drew McCormack and ​​Alexander Griekspoor are the co-founders of Agenda, a date-focused note-taking tool that allows you to seamlessly plan and document your projects. In this interview, we …

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Building your web of knowledge with Scrintal

Welcome to this edition of our Tools for Thought series, where we interview teams on a mission to help us make the most of our minds. Scrintal is an app that combines mind mapping with the power of networked note-taking. It helps you see your thoughts at a glance so you can convert cluttered ideas …

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