Trilium - hierarchical note taking application with focus on building large personal knowledge bases
The mobile version is really usable though, so eventually I'd like to help make it a PWA
I guess you could "install" it as a browser app so it has its own button and auto logs in?
I do this with lots of forums I use regularly.
Thank you. Scripting is one of the things I see Trilium praised about. My understanding of scripting is minimal. But I understand enough to see how that could be a game changer. It is a matter of weather I would use the scripting. A few of the existing scripts might be useful enough for me to make the leap. But what about using it when away from my pc. I really need a way to bridge the phone and the pc with as little friction as possible. Being able to take notes while reading a report or reviewing a video or an audio file on my mobile phone would be extremely helpful.
Obsidian is pretty amazing. It is part of a broader evolution of knowledge management. I know a number of people who are using it and loving it. I have also heard good things about logseq and athens While plain text is future proof, it is difficult when working with video and audio files.
I discovered Codex I really like the freeform access it give to one's data- specifically multimedia. But I have not had a chance to look deeply into it. I suspect that there is a good chance it is not future proof.
@jdaviescoates A good idea. I think part of it is how easy it is to navigate while on a smartphone as well.
Being able to take notes while reading a report or reviewing a video or an audio file on my mobile phone would be extremely helpful.
I most just use Nextcloud Text docs!