Tana: a note-taking app with good bits from Roam and Notion
Tana is a new note-taking app which looks very interesting. It seems to take the most compelling bits of Roam and Notion.
- It has the open-ended, journal-like feel of Roam, with the ability to create two-way links
- It also has the knowledge graph/outliner structure of Roam, so that each line of content is a node in its own right
- It also has the database-like feel of Notion, but applied at the level of individual lines of content. You can create a proper schema for each node, which is a step beyond what you can do in Roam.
- Plus it has the concept of inheritance from object-oriented programming
It looks like it would be a really nice way to build a CRM system which could also handle projects and tasks.
At the moment Tana is in an Early Access phase. You can find out more at https://tana.inc/.
There is also a series of YouTube videos about using Tana at https://youtu.be/WqASI-p-dJM
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