Hierarchical note manager (aka outliner)
  4 reviews

Notecase helps you organize your everyday text notes into a single document, with individual notes placed in the tree-like structure. to ensure your privacy, encrypted document format is supported, along with standard unencrypted format.
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Korpu 9 years ago

Nice and reliable no frills replacement for a TreePad Lite in Linux (TreePad for Linux doesn't work well in Mint 16 Cinnamon) . Drawbacks: 1. Project was abandoned in 2008 (NoteCase still works for now) in favor of rtf NoteCase Pro. 2. Unlike CherryTree, TreeLine and Gjots, it has no import option for TreePad files, and I have extensive reference materials collection in this format, in NoteCase it will be unusable.

keatonhj 11 years ago

Brilliant for taking notes in lectures! I have this auto save to dropbox for easy access elsewhere. I just wish that i could make the autobackups a universal filetype such as HTML in case my linux netbook dies.

omecoatl 11 years ago

The tree strcuture is what makes it awesome. Great for organizing research and collecting term paper sources.

cybergaar 12 years ago

Great for storing site info and notes. Tree Structure system is great