Bridging chaos and coordination with Cara Borenstein, co-founder of Stashpad

Welcome to this edition of our Tools for Thought series, where we interview founders on a mission to help us think faster and work better together. Cara Borenstein is the co-founder of Stashpad, a fast and easy-to-use notepad designed to help developers stay organized as they work without breaking their flow. In this interview, we … Read More

Getting everyone on the same page with Michael Villar, founder of Height

Welcome to this edition of our Tools for Thought series, where we interview founders on a mission to help us work better without sacrificing our mental health. Michael Villar is the founder of Height, the all-in-one tool to share project management across the entire company. Before starting Height, Michael co-founded another productivity startup, and was … Read More

How to switch from Roam Research to Tana

Roam, with its bi-directional links and knowledge graph, is a great tool for creative thinking. But what if you also need dashboards, spreadsheets, and documents? You might then want to consider switching to Tana, a tool for thought that promises to end context switching. If you are thinking about migrating, follow this tutorial for some … Read More

Building thoughtful communities with Sid Yadav, co-founder of Circle

Welcome to this edition of our interview series, where we talk to founders on a mission to help us achieve our creative ambitions without sacrificing our mental health. Sid Yadav is the co-founder of Circle, the all-in-one community platform for creators, which brings together engaging discussions, members, live streams, chat, events, memberships, and online courses … Read More

How to switch from Workflowy to Notion

Workflowy is an excellent solution for people who struggle to stay organized. Researchers, writers, students, and anyone who has difficulty keeping track of information will find it helpful. However, it requires an entirely different way of thinking about your note-taking system, and may not be the perfect fit for everyone. A great alternative with similar … Read More

How to switch from Evernote to Obsidian

With the rise in popularity of networked thinking note-taking apps, you might think about switching away from cabinet-based note-taking apps like Evernote. While Evernote kicked off the age of digital note-taking, Obsidian’s flexibility and bidirectional linking make it a great alternative. Let’s explore why you may want to switch and how to migrate your data … Read More

How to switch from Notion to Obsidian

Are you thinking of switching from Notion to Obsidian? As a rule of thumb when choosing a note-taking app, Notion tends to better suit architects, while Obsidian suits gardeners better. If you feel like a change of tool for thought might benefit you, read this tutorial to explore why and how to switch from Notion … Read More

How to switch from Roam to RemNote

Note-taking apps for networked thinking such as Roam Research have made it easy to create connections and generate new ideas. However, if you need to study and memorize the content of your notes, you may benefit from switching to a note-taking app for learning, such as RemNote. With the promise of being your all-in-one study … Read More

Create a network of thoughts with Steffen Bleher and Michael von Hohnhorst, co-founders of Capacities

Welcome to this edition of our Tools for Thought series, where we interview founders on a mission to help make the most of our thoughts. Steffen Bleher and Michael von Hohnhorst are the co-founders of Capacities, a graph-powered note-taking tool to save, connect, and organize ideas so you can be inspired and create lasting knowledge. … Read More