Nota is designed to be versatile. Similar to a notebook, you can use it for a large variety of things. Here are some of the common use cases that we have found.
Notes and Lists 📔
Use Nota the same way you'd use Apple Notes or Evernote. Take notes, capture ideas, keep track of things. Store your Nota workspace in a folder like Dropbox and open your notes from any mobile app that works with markdown files.
Knowledge Bases 🗄
Use Nota to make the information in your life easier to work with. File manager and quick move help you organize your notes, path auto-complete and path auto-fix helps you link them, backlinks help you browse them in a more natural way, search and goto dialogs help you find any one of them in a few keystrokes.
Use Nota to manage tasks and projects.
and a space to start a task list
- ⌘ . to check/uncheck tasks
- ⌥ ↑ (move line up) and ⌥ ↓ (move line down) to reorganize tasks
- these also work w/ multiple tasks (under selection)
- ⌘-click on checkboxes to check/uncheck tasks w/ the mouse
Use Nota to reflect on your day, track your progress in different areas of your life, build habits. Since Nota documents are plain-text, you'll be able to browse your journals decades from now, regardless of whether we're still around.
Static Site Content 🌐
Open your static sites in Nota just as you would in VSCode or Sublime. Front matter support, rich typography and inline
Nota is designed to handle long-form content with ease. Use goto heading to navigate the current file or the powerful search or goto file to quickly navigate across your entire book.