Wow! This seems great. I have ADHD, so it is no problem generating a lot of "great" ideas! However, how much time would I save if I used this app to weed out the productive ideas from the ones which, while good, may not be feasible given my skills, talents, time available, and personality. I've only used it a few minutes, but it's so well designed and the questions are so well formulated, that I had to give this initial review right away. I will come back as I use the app more, to make any revisions to this review.
Good but needs improvement Good for taking temporary notes, but needs enhancement such as upload notes on cloud account for easy access and backup. After recent upgrade, the new line formatting goes away once a note is saved (I.e. in read-mode of note). It used to work earlier.
Good for research student I'm currently doing my Master degree and find the apps useful for writing my ideas on my current and possible future researches. Sure, you can maybe use Keep/Evernote, but having an exclusive app for the task is much better, imho. Although, at the end of the day, pen and paper probably still the best option, but nothing beat this while you are on the go/commuting.
Awesome app for writing! Having struggles with organising my ideas previously, I really like this app as it allows you not only to keep track of your ideas, but also to make the brainstorming easier with questions within the app. It really helps me a lot in developing my short stories! I wish for the freedom to format the text as well as to remove the default questions so I can jot down my ideas in an even more clutterless, tidy manner. EDIT: Discovered how to hide some questions, one of my two wishes down!
I had to install this... Because I have an ADHD brain teeming with ideas constantly & simultaneously, which def could be speeded up by using this to keep my notes in one place on my device. And because dev's entries in the thumbnails we're just literally too cute & fun to resist! Will buy pro if there is one. Thanks!
Excellent app Really useful when an idea strikes The question sets actually help you to build your idea Can't say enough good things about it 5 stars
- Link to an idea using #ideaname in your notes.
Add # before name of idea and remove spaces. Example: Paper bracelet, you link by writing #paperbracelet
You can also add #ideaname to the description texts and answers.
- You can add simple HTML to your notes, like <b>bold</b>, even links.
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