The first step on the journey to being more productive is to clear your head using a technique called “brain dump”. The idea is simple: write down your ideas, tasks, and anything else that is taking up space in your brain, either as digital or physical notes.
In today’s episode of Code && Beyond, Pablo and Alex share how they organize their notes and which note-taking tools they use. From Evernote and Microsoft OneNote to plain-text files in Markdown format, Obsidian, and more.
- Obsidian is a powerful knowledge base on top of a local folder of plain text Markdown files.
- Notion is a all-in-one workspace.
- Bring! The simplest shopping list for sharing.
- did.txt file
- Microsoft OneNote is a one cross-functional notebook for all your notetaking needs.
Music by John Yasut from Pixabay.