Very good program. I prefer it to other solutions, like Evernote, for example. What you write down in Zim doesn't go to the cloud, it is yours. You can store any amount of information, like videos, pictures, you don't have any restriction in size. It is a very good way to store and retrieve the information. Very good search capabilities. A great program!!!!
Best note taking app I've used so far.
This is the best note taking app ever! The tab index makes it super easy to find specific notes and the html export is pretty cool
Useful - I have each "folder" on the left representing a real life storage container and the contents are listed and searchable. CAUTION - the search is case sensitive (on my system at least)
More capable than tomboy. Using it via PPA like @feluxe, though.
Very helpful tool! Missing tables tough.. UPDATE: Found Tables: Install 0.65 and activate Table Plugin. Awsome!
Util, potente, práctico. Tomo mis notas y luego exporto a HTML para verlas en el tablet.
I use it more than pluma now, i love that it saves in txt extension in its folder structure, would be nice to print the entire notebook with one click
Gutes Notizprogramm zum Anlegen von Ankreuzlisten usw., Automatische Speicherung
I like the idea, but it is a bit buggy on my laptop.
simple notice taking tool, based on text files; text import filter for M$ onenote files are missing for an easy upgrade onenote to ZIM-Desktopwiki
great note taker all written in Gtk and Python. Works well under XFCE desktop. Good features in a neat package.
Love this, just wish there was better control of text formatting, and an Android version. Also would be nice to be able to resize images once they have been pasted. Even without these features, this is an incredibly valuable too.
The perfect note / wiki program. All data is stored in readable text files per page.
The best note-taking software avaliable!
This software is awesome. In my opinion the best one for keeping notes or organizing texts.
Big fan, has everything I need (nested notes, attachments, basic formatting) and not much more that I don't. I also really like how it saves as a folder structure with human friendly plain text files.
Good program, but for my own use, Keepnote is still better. The visual tree structure is much clearer in Keepnote, & can be easily color coded as well. Zim's calendar & todo list functions are worthwhile, but I don't use those functions on my computer. Zim is decent, but I wouldn't use it for my extensive notetaking needs.
Really useful, especially when combined with DropBox or something similar so you can sync notebooks across machines. Great for organising code-snippets, recipes etc. Be careful if adding/removnig images: delecting an image from your Wiki won't always delete it from the notebook folder...