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Nuclino Comments

Initial impressions are (relatively) positive.

Comment by JohnFastman
about Nuclino · Jan 2017 · Helpful Not helpful 7 Helpful Report as spam

Nuclino isn't exactly like Evernote/OneNote, which is perhaps what it's compared to most often or how people are likely to find it here. Nuclino is a freemium wiki-type site. You sign up and are able to set up teams and projects for different groups of members. Within each project you can create wiki-style pages with advanced support for markdown (titles, tables, tags, text), links, embedding files and Youtube videos and linking to other pages. Pages can be exported (e.g. to pdf), or shared in other ways. Your content can found using a centralized search within the site. Looks like access is always via the browser. No mobile?

It's all well and good, but make sure you understand the privacy policy before you - or some other member of your team - uploads anything sensitive. (Where will that be if a) hackers get to it, b) the nsa ask for it, c) a rogue employee leaks it?)

The design is very white. So, so white.

But yeah, it's basically a fancy wiki-type thing. Would be nice if this was an open source project.


Hi John,
thanks for your great review!
So far we only offer a browser-based version, but mobile apps are on the roadmap.
We'll keep you posted :)
Veronika (Co-Founder)

Comment by Ola
about Nuclino · Nov 2019 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Great clean UI, much better document organizer than Google Docs.