Boost Note is a collaborative real-time markdown note app for developer teams.
**Collaborate - Work as one with your teammates**
# A versatile Markdown editor
Not just a GitHub flavored markdown. Put diagrams with Charts.js, Mermaid, and PlantUML in documents to maximize visibility.
# Realtime coauthoring
Write documents as a team with Boost Note's realtime editing.
# Multiple teams
Have all your teams in one shared workspace.
# Access control
Keep your important data safe through granula access control based on workspace.
# Public url for sharing docs
Generate a public URL for a document and share it with guests such as clients, partners and so on.
**Organize - Keep work organized with your team**
# Document Property
Document Property feature allows you to organize documents more flexibly and more intelligently. You can find documents quickly by using filters such as updated dates and the status of the document.
# Smart Folder
The smart folder will filter all documents in Boost Note according to conditions such as document information and properties you set and assemble all documents that meet these conditions in one folder.
# Rich Searchability
One of the key features to achieve this goal is fuzzy search. Once you start typing your keyword, Boost Note shows you the documents/folders, including that keyword in the title.
# Preview and embed 3rd party contents in document.
Embed external tools like a Figma, Miro, Draw.io and so on by pasting its iframe embed script.
# Bi-directional doc link
Connect related documents by embedding document blocks.
**Customize - Make your own note app**
# Connect with 2000+ tools using Zapier
Integrate external tools via Zapier and automate your workflow. Boost Note can emit events to other apps and listen to external events to update documents.
# Make your own note app
Customize keymaps like Vim, choose from over 150 themes for code block and editor, adjust indents, and more to create your own Markdown editor.
# Public API
Grab an authentication token and access Boost Note's APIs via simple HTTP requests.