BasKet Note Pads is a KDE program for organizing, sharing, and taking notes. It can manage various types of information such as to-do lists, links, pictures, and other types, similar to a scrapbook.
It has evolved from a simple sticky-note-type application into a powerful program used to collect data of many types, and it neatly organizes the whole thing.
This application provide as many baskets as you wish, and you can drag and drop various objects (text, URLs, images, sounds…) into it.
- Integrated search displaying the number of results found and highlights the results on the page.
- Easily take all sort of notes.
- Collect research results and share them.
- Organize your notes in a hierarchy of baskets, by topic or project. Group notes together, collapse non-important groups.
- Attach tags to any note you take: “Important”, “Information”, “Idea”, “Work”, “Personnal”…
- Instantly find your notes by word or by tag, as you type.
- Centralize your project data and reuse it.
- Quickly organize your thoughts in idea boxes.
- Keep track of your information in a smart way.
- Make intelligent To Do lists.
- Notes are automatically saved as soon as you modify them.
- Password Protection.
- Embeddable into Kontact.
- Import from other applications e.g. KNotes, KJots, Knowit, TuxCards, Sticky Notes, Tomboy or simple text files.
Developer: Sébastien Laoût
License: GNU GPL v2
BasKet Note Pads is written in C++. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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This is the best one – most are overly complex – or need a data-base setup. This is simple enough to be useful. I call this a sleeper package – no one knows of it – but it is a GREAT program.