Taking Notes

rek2005

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 26, 2007
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I was wondering if any of yall could recommend a Mac OS application designed for taking notes, similar to Microsoft's OneNote application. I loved using OneNote on my Windows laptop, and I miss having it. Any suggestions?
 

TuffLuffJimmy

macrumors G3
Apr 6, 2007
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Portland, OR
I was wondering if any of yall could recommend a Mac OS application designed for taking notes, similar to Microsoft's OneNote application. I loved using OneNote on my Windows laptop, and I miss having it. Any suggestions?
I use text edit and quicksilver.

Then again I guess that's best for taking down lists. For notes I use stickies, but I'm guessing you want something a little more robust. I had a really great one that autosaved, but I can't remember the name. It had an X in the title I believe, but that probably doesn't help you since a lot of Mac OS X applications have X in their names. I'll look around and repost if I find it.
 

gauchogolfer

macrumors 603
Jan 28, 2005
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American Riviera
I use OmniOutliner, which came for free with my Powerbook. It's a pretty nice organizer, with the ability to link in other files, record audio clips, etc.

Check it out.
 

TuffLuffJimmy

macrumors G3
Apr 6, 2007
8,989
25
Portland, OR
I use OmniOutliner, which came for free with my Powerbook. It's a pretty nice organizer, with the ability to link in other files, record audio clips, etc.

Check it out.
Oh, that's a good one I forgot about. I couldn't find the one I used, but Side note and schoolhouse 2 are good ones.
 

chatoyer

macrumors regular
Dec 11, 2006
173
3
Te Wai Pounamu, New Zealand
I use DevonThink Office Pro, which may be a bit overkill and rather expensive for some (DevonThink 'regular' is cheaper), but have recently been playing around with iGTD for fun and, in reality, it might be useful as a means of taking notes. It's free.