Indigrid Reviews

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So gorgeously intuitive and responsive while remaining minimal with no clutter. If you're looking for something to remain keyboard-bound (ergonomic) and you just need to record various lists that you made in your head without distraction, this is it.
Their design philosophy is a refreshing read too.

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Indigrid is bare-bones simple, highly responsive and reliable. Its streamlined workflow allows for at-moment's-notice note-taking without a hitch, reducing the process to the only necessary parts: creating, editing and categorizing, - which helps the process tremendously.

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The Best Software that you will never use.

Indigrid is one of the software's that I really want to use but cant because its only one one platform.
It is basically a note taking software/brain storming software/Personal wiki, etc. It is anything you want it to be. Its simple and fast. Native application.

This is a pure desktop gem. Apps like Dynalist and Workflowy covers all platforms and therefore its much more appealing for me.

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Indigrid helps me organize my thinking and keep track of my work and thought, every day. I have an easy time preserving and reusing the corpus I maintain with Indigrid in my other tools, such as EMACS, through the dead-simple text-file structure that it exports through ordinary copy-and-paste. The keyboard commands are simple and powerful -- I have a great deal of ease navigating the hierarchical structures, and viewing it in different ways. I love that it has 3 panes -- more would have been excessive, 2 is usually enough, but having that 3rd pane for when I need it gives the program breathing space. I have worked with no other outliner that works as simply and beautifully as this one. It is a joy to work with.

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