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OneNote Alternatives

OneNote Alternatives

OneNote is a proprietary computer software package for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It enables a user to capture what is important in their personal and professional life, captured by making notes, to-do lists, photos, audio clips, or videos. Information is stored in a non-linear form. OneNote is developed by the behemoth, Microsoft. Whilst the program is available for Android, it has not been ported to Linux.

Evernote is another top notetaking and archiving program. Evernote enables users to help remember everything important. Again, Evernote Corporation, the developers of Evernote, have no plans to develop a Linux client, although there are native third party clients such as NoxNote and EverPad which can be used.

Fortunately, there are some top notch open source programs that offer a real alternative to OneNote. The purpose of this article is to identify our pick of the finest OneNote equivalents that run natively under Linux.

So let's explore the 6 OneNote alternatives at hand. For each application we have compiled its own portal page, a full description with an in-depth analysis of its features, a screenshot, together with links to relevant resources and reviews.

OneNote Alternatives
CherryTree Hierarchical note taking application packed with features
WikidPad Wiki-like notebook for storing your thoughts, ideas, todo lists
Zim Desktop Wiki Edit text files "wiki style"
BasKet Note Pads Organizing, sharing, and taking notes
RedNotebook Daily journal with calendar, templates and keyword searching
org-mode Keep notes, maintain ToDo lists, and do project planning in Emacs

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