I'd be happy to experiment with collaboration if you'd like. I currently store my graphs on OneDrive (because of a work M365 plan), but could try any cloud syncing service.
@shauna I'm mostly on team #Logseq these days, which has a proprietary sync component but otherwise is open source. I haven't tested collaboration much, but know that multiplayer editing is on the roadmap: https://trello.com/c/Jis7I7vF/1112-real-time-collaboration
@wiverson #Obsidian is great, but I've found that I work better with #Logseq (https://logseq.com/), at least for common notes - it allows you to reference a specific line, plus the ability to make an ANKI card directly in Logseq is great too. I recommend trying it out.
Obsidian works well for me for doing documentation or wikis, but directly as part of a project, not as a universal note taking app.
#AdGuard for #Safari (Electron v18.3.15)
#Jabra Direct (16.2.2)
#Logitech Logi Options+ (23.1.1)
#Postman (18.3.5) @getpostman
#Rancher Desktop (20.3.8)
#Microsoft Teams (19.1.8)
I've been #annotating a #PDF using #logseq and it has worked well across the first 100 pages or so, but as the number of pages increase it is becoming quite janky. Curious if anyone knows of approaches to circumvent this?
It seems that logseq wants to keep all the annotations in a single file - which is probably part of the problem.
The other part of the problem is that it looks like it wants to keep the highlights visible throughout the book.
Simple, Non-Commercial, Open Source Notes
"I don't need a second brain or, dear God, a life operating system with databases, kanban charts …whatever endless features! I just need to store notes, recipes, travel plans, whatever."
#getofftheproductivitytreadmill #notetaking #pkm #gtd #notes #obsidian #onenote #evernote #typora #simplenote #zim #qownnotes #notion #zettlr #zettelkasten #logseq #markdown #joplin #roamresearch #orgmode #neovim #dendron
So rare that an app convinces me to use it in the 5 seconds it takes to download it.
#logseq has a "Download for Android" button on their website.
I clicked it and it downloaded an .apk file.
No Google Play crap. This says so much about the team's values in software.
Even #joplin - what I use currently - links to Play.
First impressions matter and so far I'm impressed.
Pour que #Logseq vérifie les MAJ des extensions sans cracher un message d’erreur "self signed certificate in certificate chain", je dois exécuter la commande SET NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED=0
If anyone wants an insight into the upcoming @logseq database version / Properties - check this out.
Click around and you can see the properties.
Sign of good things to come
OK. Donc ça fait plus d’un an que tout le monde me cache l’existence des “gabarits” (aka “templates”) dans #logseq. Je ne vous dis pas merci.
#Logseq is the first #OpenSource project I've contributed to, and now it's helping me stay organized while I work on a feature for @kde 's #Okular #document reader. It's really an invaluable #FOSS application.
I feel like the graph view isn't all that useful, but it's still fun to see how it grows over time.
The longer I work with @logseq and the more I get the hang of it, I must say it is a joy it is to work with. It's fun to watch my digital brain grow.
Sure, it got its bugs and quirks and the learning curve is steep - but it is a beautiful piece of software nonetheless.
Later this month, I will attend Cohort 10 of Action-Powered Productivity. The course is tool-agnostic. The attendees and alumni use #PKM tools like #Tana, #Obsidian, and #Logseq, and no one has only a single tool in their toolbox (so you'll see #DEVONthink, #Todoist, #Drafts, and many others). I have attended cohorts in the past, including the very first one, back when everyone was using #Roam, and I always get a lot out of it.
It would be great to see you there!
@msemochkin @Colman @seo11 @obsidianmd i was pretty sceptical of the idea too, especially if you have (fantastic!) single-purpose task managers like Things. But honestly: I haven’t used Things in a while, i collect reference material and take notes in #Logseq anyway, so it seems actually unintuitive to move tasks to another app. I also do a lot less task micromanagement now.
Making it easier to read #Logseq page references by zeroing out the default open blocks level in config.edn.
@TfTHacker @alxlg Idk for sure, but may be that background syncing on iCloud only works with apps that store notes in a database like Drafts and Bear. Obsidian requires local files, so everything in the cloud including changes has to be duplicated before it can start working without sync errors. I use #Obsidian Sync (which I’m happy with) and haven’t used Obsidian extensively with iCloud.
@gamingthepast you ever give #obsidian or #logseq a try with your students? might be interesting to see what happens (wrt obsidian, i’d suggest avoid all plugins till folks get the hang of things, otherwise i find people get trapped trying to find the one workflow to rule them all… and in the darkness bind them)
I do use #logseq considerably more now. But for shared list, with family and friends, nothing has come close to todoist. Especially with simplicity and availability on N platforms.
@dapprvilln @alxlg @punko @Pantsu @obsidianmd #Obsidian and #Logseq are fundamentally different. Files and prose are first-class citizens in Obsidian; blocks and outlining are first-class citizens in Logseq. Both approaches have strengths and limitations. Some people use them both, but for different things.
I've written this one more than a year ago, and I'm still enjoying #logseq so much.
What tool (or process) are you using for your personal knowledge management? #pkm
Hey PKMers. Let’s learn from each other.
- When do you link notes? Late night sessions? During "eureka" moments?
- Why link them? What's your goal?
- New thought = new note + link?
- Any note-linking rituals, phases or steps you go through?
- Tools/plugins to find novel connections?
Curious about your methods. Share if you can!
I have been working on a plugin for #logseq to add #bidirectional text support. It is almost ready to be released, and I would like to get it tested on actual projects before making a public announcement.
If you are a #logseq user and you want to create or actually have been creating mixed content in both LTR and RTL language, please let me know.
The fact that even if Obsidian broke or disappeared I could still navigate my notes with any file manager and read and edit them in any text or markdown editor is essential to me, and I’m not going to give it up even if I have to forego some advantages of an app that stores notes in a database or the cloud.
I agree that it would be great to have both in the same app, at least theoretically. But I wouldn’t want to see #Obsidian compromise plaintext .md files in local folders to do that. Right now #Logseq is creating an option that will store notes in a database because their model and the direction they want to take it are constrained by discrete plaintext files.
You can link to a paragraph, block quote, or list item in #Obsidian: https://help.obsidian.md/Linking+notes+and+files/Internal+links#Link+to+a+block+in+a+note
Of course, #Logseq works more deftly with blocks and outlines, and Obsidian works better if interoperabable markdown files and prose are important to you. They’re really very different. One or the other may be better *for you*, but not necessarily for everyone. Some people use both, but for different things.
I for one am very glad they both exist.
Hi Everyone. The Latest @logseq Times is live.
- Logseq Update 0.9.14
- Logo Contest Results
- DB / Database Mode Update
- Properties (to come?)
- Formatting (journals and long form)
- New and Updated Plugins and Themes and much more
I recently started to use the #omnivoreapp in conjunction with #logseq. Both are great on their own. But I'm particularly excited to use them together for a more efficient and enjoyable reading and note taking workflow. Now only if I could find some more time for reading :blobcatthink: @omnivore #opensource