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5 Competitors to OneNote

Microsoft's solution to all kinds of note-keeping and file types.

When to use OneNote

Note taking for meetings and daily use for organising everyday files.


OneNote Competitor 1 - Octo
Octo is an open-source writing app for developers that uses inline markdown rendering to offer a streamlined writing experience that blends content and code as seamlessly as possible

When to use Octo

Octo is typically used to write articles, take notes on current projects, and store code snippets

OneNote Competitor 2 - Organizedly
Organizedly lets you manage your personal knowledge in one place. Notes, tasks, and calendar are essential building blocks for productivity and they should be tied closely together

When to use Organizedly

Organizedly is built on connecting information and intuitive tagging, where you don't have to think about where you place your information

OneNote Competitor 3 - Milanote
Milanote is a tool for organizing creative projects.

When to use Milanote

Milanote is an easy-to-use tool to organize your ideas and projects into visual boards. Perfect for collecting inspiration, gathering your team's ideas, and exploring creative possibilities.

OneNote Competitor 4 - ScatterNote
ScatterNote is a note taking app that lets you reorganize, connect, and disconnect your research at the speed of thought

When to use ScatterNote

If you have a project with many interconnected parts that need to be documented

OneNote Competitor 5 - Notejoy
Notejoy is a collaborative notes app for you and your team. Available for Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, and the web. Free to get started.

When to use Notejoy

If you want to keep your remote team or external partners & clients on the same page in the simplest, lightest-weight tool available, Notejoy is for you.

Octo is an open-source writing app for developers that uses inline markdown rendering to offer a streamlined writing experience that blends content and code as seamlessly as possible

When to use Octo

Octo is typically used to write articles, take notes on current projects, and store code snippets

Organizedly lets you manage your personal knowledge in one place. Notes, tasks, and calendar are essential building blocks for productivity and they should be tied closely together

When to use Organizedly

Organizedly is built on connecting information and intuitive tagging, where you don't have to think about where you place your information

Milanote is a tool for organizing creative projects.

When to use Milanote

Milanote is an easy-to-use tool to organize your ideas and projects into visual boards. Perfect for collecting inspiration, gathering your team's ideas, and exploring creative possibilities.

ScatterNote is a note taking app that lets you reorganize, connect, and disconnect your research at the speed of thought

When to use ScatterNote

If you have a project with many interconnected parts that need to be documented

Notejoy is a collaborative notes app for you and your team. Available for Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, and the web. Free to get started.

When to use Notejoy

If you want to keep your remote team or external partners & clients on the same page in the simplest, lightest-weight tool available, Notejoy is for you.