This article covers a free online paper-like note-taking app to cluster your notes tidbits. When it comes to note-taking, there are lots of options one can go with. Almost every device comes with some sort of note-taking app or program. On top of that, there are popular services like Google Keep, Evernote, One Note, etc. But all those apps have a more or less similar approach to note-taking.
Frankenlist is yet another note-taking app with a unique approach. The goal is to offer a paper-like experience for note-taking to easily organize notes and knowledge tidbits. It is an online app that you can use in a web browser and write down your note anywhere on the screen. This way you can effortlessly reposition notes and manage knowledge in a natural way.
Free Online Paper-like Note Taking App: Frankenlist
Frankenlist is a simple yet unique note-taking app that runs in your web browser. It is a web app that runs locally on your browser. It does not need an account or signs up with anything. You can just open it up and start using it. It stores your data as cache so every time you visit the app from the same device, all your existing notes will be there unless you clear the browser cache.
The app uses the entire screen as the canvas. You can click anywhere on the screen and start typing. The notes stay exactly where you type them on the screen. You can also select one or multiple notes and move them around on the screen. This makes it easy to organize information easily.
You can use the following shortcuts to navigate around the app:
- [Ctrl+P] Go to File
- [Ctrl+Shift+F] Text Search
- [Right Click + Mouse Wheel] Scroll between lines
- [Ctrl+Q] Close an open item
- [Ctrl/Alt+Shift+P] Menu
- [Ctrl+S] Save notes
This is a unique note-taking app to cluster notes and knowledge in titbits. Unlike traditional note-taking, you can quickly add notes anywhere and then organize the entire process information in a natural way. This makes it good for research and organizing. Give it a try yourself and share your experience with us in the comments.