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15 Note Taking Applications for Linux

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Nothing beats the traditional methods of note taking, a simple pen and paper. Nowadays it’s very common for many of us to use an application such as notepad, Evernote or some other note taking tool to jot down and organize our thoughts and work.

In this article, we’re listing top 15 populate note taking applications for Linux that are simply to the point.

1. nts – an acronym for Note Taking Simplified. It provides a simple, intuitive format for using plain text files to store notes, a command line interface for viewing notes in a variety of convenient ways, and a cross-platform, wx(python)-based GUI for creating and modifying notes as well as viewing them. Displayed items can be grouped by path or tag and can be filtered in various ways.

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