gnote

Desktop note taking program using Wiki style links
  https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Gnote
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  15 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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openletter 2 weeks ago

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

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caltrop4 3 months 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 3 months 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.

5
GNULinux 9 months ago

Simplest and the best

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fjrg76 7 years ago

Muy bueno

4
chassum 8 years ago

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

5
paulophms 8 years ago

Should be default!

4
neurone-mint 10 years ago

ottimo per prendere appunti ed archiviare velocemente le note

5
onno 10 years ago

this one should be default so no mono in the system

5
danbarrese 10 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

5
trollboy 10 years ago

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

5
Valthar 10 years ago

My favorite note taking program.

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mockturtl 10 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 11 years ago

quite handy

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afterburner 11 years ago

very nice