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Apps with 'Bidirectional links' feature
Powerful knowledge base that works on top of a local folder of plain text Markdown files. Logseq is a platform for knowledge sharing and management. It focuses on privacy, longevity, and user control. Notice: the backend code will be open-sourced as soon as we’re sure that the backend service meets the security standards. As easy to use as a word document or bulleted list, and as powerful for finding, collecting, and connecting related ideas as a graph database. Collaborate with others in real time, or store all your data locally. Dendron is an open-source, local-first, markdown-based, note-taking tool built on top of VSCode. It supports all the usual features you would expect like tagging, backlinks, a graph view, split panes, and so forth. RemNote is the note-taking tool that gives you memory superpowers. It automatically generates flashcards from your notes and figures out the optimal time to practice each flashcard so you don't forget what you've learned. The problem with notetaking apps like Evernote or Apple Notes is that once you write a note, after a week you never look at it again. Without any organization, you're stuck praying that search will work for your future self. SiYuan is a desktop Markdown Block-Reference and Bidirectional-Link note-taking application.
Support fine-grained block-level reference and Markdown WYSIWYG. Amplenote allows you to take notes and link those notes to functional task and contacts lists for seamless project management. It supports integration with Google and Outlook calendars to schedule tasks and allows e-mail integration as well. MyInfo is free form personal information manager- a reference-management system that allows you to collect, organize, edit, store, and find documents, notes, and project-support materials. Hypernotes is a knowledge-management solution developed by Zenkit. Just by taking notes, we create an optimized learning course for you to remember for a long time.