I haven't used OneNote, so I'm not aware of the particulars, but Notes does allow you to create folders for organisation. Though that may still be insufficient for you.I wouldn't say so. I will probably still use OneNote to store my work notes simply because you can file notes into different sections
eeesh...really? You obviously do not understand how capable (and cross platform) those programs are...
Though I use it primarily for business, I'm surprised how much I use it in my personal everyday life. Who knows how Notes will mature as a product, but for now, Evernote meets my requirements on both sides, and I prefer using one app.Evernote is more and more a business tool. Using it for your everyday life would be stupid in the same way using the new Notes for business would.
Evernote is more and more a business tool. Using it for your everyday life would be stupid in the same way using the new Notes for business would.
Actually I do. I use both, mostly Evernote. If by cross platform you mean windows, etc. I have no need for that but understand others do. I have Mac and iPhone.
I have used Evernote for years but find it bloated for my needs and don't like the UI. Like I said in the original post that those with more complex needs might need it for example: enterprise situations.
But from what I can tell before I can get on the public beta, Apple added a lot of capabilities to Notes that for the average user might kill the need for Evernote/OneNote.
I think the point that its already a built in app with apple that works across the system, saves him anyone having another app or two
Looks like Notes will do what most people use Evernote and OneNote for, except for very complex situations?
I just need to find a good way to cut and paste web pages that is equivalent to the Evernote web clipper on the Mac (which is quite handy). This is for when I don't want to just copy a link which is what Notes seems to do. I'm guessing there are some clip and paste utilities out there for Mac OS that could work well for this?