gnote

desktop note taking program using Wiki style links
  https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Gnote
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  17 reviews



Gnote is a desktop note-taking application which is simple and easy to use. It lets you organise your notes intelligently by allowing you to easily link ideas together with Wiki style interconnects.

It is a port of Tomboy to C++ and consumes less resources.
Latest reviews
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Sandino 1 year ago

Nunca entendí porque cambiaron la que venía predeterminada en Linux Mint... Es confusa para hacer acciones simples.

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egon 1 year ago

Simple and with lots of options, just like I was looking for, but it doesn't allow me to choose the folder where the note will be saved. It would also be nice to allow you to print several notes at once.

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openletter 1 year ago

I have it running all of the time and never a problem.

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caltrop4 1 year ago

3.36.0 is BUGGY!, repo NEEDS UPDATE but Mint... this could take years... sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnote/ppa Cannot add PPA: ''This PPA does not support focal''.

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manatee74 1 year ago

I think I may be using an older version, but it works well for me - I just wish I could save screenshots in this. It's good for texts only.

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GNULinux 1 year ago

Simplest and the best

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fjrg76 8 years ago

Muy bueno

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chassum 9 years ago

This is a good time to drop Tomboy and go with GNote.

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paulophms 9 years ago

Should be default!

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neurone-mint 11 years ago

ottimo per prendere appunti ed archiviare velocemente le note

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onno 11 years ago

this one should be default so no mono in the system

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danbarrese 11 years ago

Great! Simple! This is a great little app for organizing and cross-referencing snippets of information. The notes are stored as XML files in ~/.local/share/gnote

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trollboy 11 years ago

Excellent. Like Tomby but no Mono. It's lighter and faster. This should be the default rather than Tomboy

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Valthar 11 years ago

My favorite note taking program.

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mockturtl 11 years ago

Good start, may be adequate for some needs. Hope it matures quickly. 0.7.1 needs sync, most add-ins. http://live.gnome.org/Tomboy/PluginList

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seaofmint32 12 years ago

quite handy

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afterburner 12 years ago

very nice