KeepNote Reviews

Its working!

Review by Juhaua
about KeepNote Aug 2015

Whilst having received no changes, this application is actually a good notebook.
It works on modern OS flawlessly. There is indeed an issue with translation and also it tends to slow down, once note database grows or size of the note is large enough. However, it is stable, offers good hierarchy sorting and everything a note taking application needs.

Still, by modern standards, its is very limited and very probably needs to be rewritten with speed in mind. The interface is a take it or leave it - its a classic Word 95'ish one.

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Still a Useful Option

Positive Review by EdWindes
about KeepNote Jul 2015

I don't think it's correct to mark this as "discontinued" - the program is still available in the app repositories of the various Linux distributions and it still functions well.

The comment in the previous review about limited hierarchy depth is also incorrect. KeepNote does support multiple sub-levels (although the buttons to create those are a bit confusing.) Nodes can also be re-arranged via dragging and dropping them.

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in my opinion

Negative Review by JohnAlternate
about KeepNote Jan 2015

From website, development has stopped in 2012.

The interface is primary English. About 1-2 words are translated.

Supports only two level hierarchy, no subleafes on tree.

No tags.

A bit ugly.

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My Tetra is my current favorite, this notebook is really underdeveloped.

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