The Perfect Sticky Note App for Your Productivity
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Those yellow and pink Post-It Notes (“sticky notes”) are among the most loved office stationery items of all, and that love is why so many stick note apps exist, include  sticky note apps for Windows. It’s a sign they haven’t outlived their usefulness yet.

NoteApp is a virtual sticky note that you can use for brainstorming or collaborating with teams in real-time. You just need a browser and an email address to sign up with.

Organize Your Thoughts on a Virtual Corkboard

Sticky notes are helpful because they can be visual aids, always in your face from wherever you tack them. They can be a simple to-do list and also a more elaborate Kanban board for your big project. It all depends on how you stack them together.

NoteApp is a digital avatar of the sticky note you can open anytime in your browser. The virtual corkboard makes organizing all your sticky notes a much cleaner affair. It has a few more features that you won’t find in its physical cousin.

NoteApp

Key features of NoteApp:

  • You can change the color of the sticky notes.
  • Resize the notes to any size by dragging the corners.
  • The built-in chat helps to brainstorm with team members on the go.
  • The board can be sized infinitely to hold as many sticky notes as you want.
  • Boards are collaborative in real-time and you just have to share the board’s URL with others.
  • Upload files and images by dragging and dropping them to your board.
  • Attach PDFs and documents to notes, or create cool image galleries.

NoteApp also gives assurances about the security of any data. I couldn’t find any precise information on their security policy except the statement as under:

“As part of this system overhaul, we also completed our security review and implemented the latest best practices throughout the application. You can rest assured that your data is 100 percent safe when you use NoteApp in your business or at your school.”

NoteApp has different pricing plans based on the usage. The free tier should suffice if you are a solo user. It allows you to create one board and work in a two-person team.

Tell us if you think that sticky notes are timeless. Are they a good tool for streamlining your productivity? How do you use them?

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  1. Nickitae
    October 16, 2017 at 8:10 am

    If you feel frustrated, listen to some hard rock or metal and really get your blood pumping...then drink some more coffee and sit down and make some more mistakes. Because that's what being a programmer is. It's understanding that it won't work the first 10 times...or even the next 10 times. But one day you'll sit behind the screen, type exactly what you have been doing all along and it will just work. And you'll ask yourself why. But that's the life of a programmer. :)