KeyNote: Features overview

A list of features and functions, no matter how detailed, will not do full justice to KeyNote. The program has been carefully designed to be very flexible yet easy to use. One of the most important qualities of an application is what it doesn't do: get in your way as you're doing your work. This is the main principle of KeyNote's design. Beyond that, KeyNote's power becomes visible through its use; you can combine functions to achieve novel results and bend the program to your needs.

KeyNote is used by screenwriters to draft screenplays, by medical doctors to keep patient databases, by developers to store source code snippets - and to everyone it serves as a place to put all the random pieces of information that have no particular structure of relationship to other data, and do not fit easily in task-specific applications such as word-processors, databases or spreadsheets. As you use KeyNote, it will tend to grow on you and every day you will discover more ways to use it. The list below only indicates major features that you would expect to see in an application of this type, but it does not exhaust the possibilities.

Major features:

Version 2.0 is under development. To see what new features and improvements are underway, please see KeyNote 2.0 Development FAQ.
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