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Post It

Category: Note Taking

Industries: Educators, Content Creators, Students

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Free

Craft

Category: Note Taking

Industries: Educators, Content Creators, Students

Pricing

Starter-Free

Personal Pro- $5/month

Business - $10/month

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Most popular feedback for Post It

I use Post-It notes pretty frequently in my classroom, whether I have them in groups or want their response to a question individually. Sometimes, I would have students respond to a question on a post-it note and then come up to put it on the whiteboard. But after they go back to their seats, it is a bit small to see everyone's responses clearly, so that's where this app comes to play very nicely. I could, at that point, take a picture of the different ideas on the board (in the Post-It Plus app) then display it on my projector via Apple TV (on my iPad). I could then brainstorm and move things around live and seek my students input without having to read each one aloud. Another awesome way to use this app in the classroom is in a multiple group brainstorming session.

Andy L.

About Post It

Post-it® Brand has helped people be more productive, communicate better, and more creative for over 40 years. These goods are now ubiquitous, yet their origins were uncertain. The Canary Yellow phenomenon taught us that patience is just as vital as inspiration when bringing a concept to reality. BEGINNING: Discovery 3M scientist Spencer Silver was studying adhesives. In the process, he discovered a light adhesive that didn't adhere strongly. "As a researcher, I developed novel adhesives. We wanted bigger, stronger, tougher adhesives." "None of those," answered Silver. Silver identified microspheres that keep their stickiness yet have a "removability property" Gospel-preaching Innovation in Bunsen burner chemistry Silver spent years trying to sell his technology. He still bragged about his invention to coworkers. "I became Mr. Persistent because I wouldn't quit." Art Fry, another 3M scientist, was frustrated. Every Wednesday night while practicing with his church choir, he'd use scraps of paper to mark future hymns. By Sunday, they'd all fallen out of the songbook. He required a non-damaging bookmark. Congratulations! Thinking back to a session on Silver's microspheres, he got his "eureka moment"1 Developing a product with Silver. Once they started using their new notes to communicate, they understood the idea's potential. Fry: "This isn't a bookmark." "A new way to communicate" You'll enjoy it Two chemists test Post-it®. Fry tested himself at 3M's headquarters. Fry gave the corporation new adhesive notes. They were popular. 3M debuted Press 'n Peel in four cities with mixed results. blitz The product was sold directly to consumers. The Boise Blitz sampling attempt was a huge success. 90% of testers stated they'd buy the product. 1980 to 1986 Born Star A Star is Born scientist Dr. Spencer Silver with Post-it® on forehead light bulb emblem. The notes gained popularity instantly. Customers would put the notes on documents they gave to others, stirring the recipient's curiosity. They'd look at it, peel it off, and play with it, then buy a pad for themselves. Silver stated theirs was a product nobody needed until they did. Yellow shines Silver and Fry's unsung hero became Post-it® Notes on April 6. Its now-iconic Canary Yellow tint was accidental. Next-door lab only had yellow scrap paper. Lee Iaccoa and other Fortune 500 CEOs adored them. Canada and Europe get Post-it® Notes. Magnificence Fry is the company's corporate researcher. Post-it® Flags were invented as a tool to organize with color coding, filing, and indexing. 1997-87 Tenacity The Post-it® Note celebrated its 10th anniversary and made many top-product lists. Introduced: Post-it® Easel Pads. Then, brainstorming changed. Spencer Silver, co-founder of Post-it® Notes, retired from 3M with 22 US patents. Both Silver and Fry achieved top research accolades and worldwide engineering awards at 3M. 2001-2003 Hollywood Post-it® Post-it® two-pack Romy and Michele claim to have invented Post-it® Notes since graduation. The average professional receives 11 Post-it® Notes every day, according to a research. Over 100 nations sell Post-it® Notes. Many 3M products employ Post-it® adhesive. 2004-13 Success Post-it® Flag Highlighters were featured on Oprah's "Face Behind the Name" segment. David Windorski, a 3M product designer, appeared onstage. Post-it® Brand Big Pad featured on Oprah Post-it® Big Pad debuted. The larger size helps professionals envision their ideas and operate more successfully with their colleagues in today's collaborative work environments. Water-based glue is used on all Post-it® Super Sticky Notes. Post-it® Brand partnered with Evernote. Evernote product using smartphone camera. Post-it® Brand partnered with note-taking app Evernote. You can snap, store, and share Post-it® Notes using your smartphone's camera and create auto-tags, reminders, and journals. Evernote kept Post-it® Notes handy. World notices Post-it® Notes are available in 150 countries in different sizes, shapes, and colors. Post-it® Products number over 1,000. Silver is amazed by the use of Post-it® Notes in movies, pop art, and everyday life. "Their recent success is beyond my wildest dreams." 2014-20 Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface Super-sticky dry-erase surface. In late 2014, Post-it® Brand responded to a trend toward open team workplaces by introducing an instant dry erase surface that is stain-free and adjustable to fit on walls, cabinets, tables, and more. Post-it® Extreme Notes In 2018, Post-it® Brand launched a note that sticks to surfaces never thought possible. Post-it® Extreme Notes hit the US market in February 2019. They are water-resistant and have 100X the holding power of the original Post-it® Note. Snow-covered brick wall with a Post-it® Extreme note. Post-it® Brand Extreme packaging. Post-it® app 2019 The Post-it® App was relaunched with enhanced capabilities to create a full teamwork solution by bridging the analog and digital worlds. Instead of spending hours transcribing notes after a brainstorm, teams can now instantly capture and share notes without recaps or delays. Post-it® App closeup. Post-it® Flex Write Surface Post-it® Flex Write Surface is a whiteboard surface that you can use both dry erase and permanent markers on, without stains. It cleans with water and a cloth. Writer using Post-it® Flexible Write Surface. Wiping off Post-it® Flexible Write Surface. Post-it® Brand Flexible Write Surface can be cleaned with water. Post-it® Foil Tabs Post-it® Brand foil tabs are used to organize and personalize books. These shimmering, iridescent, foil-based Tabs provide beautiful organization to diaries, planners, and notebooks. 2021-Now Post-it® logo redesign On January 1, 2021, Post-it® Brand unveils a new logo. Post-its® This selection of paper goods and desktop accessories helps keep track of life's most noteworthy moments.

Most popular feedback for Craft

Craft is the strongest 1.0 note-taking app I’ve ever used. It offers a thoroughly native experience, taking advantage of all the best system features across its respective platforms, while also retaining the power and versatility of modern web-based services like Notion. Real-time collaboration is an especially exciting feature, and I love that even if someone doesn’t have a Craft account, they can add comments to your notes through public webpages.

RYAN CHRISTOFFEL

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It is a device on which I can rely regardless of where I am or the time of day I require it. It makes it easier for me to concentrate on the subject at hand. Because a Craft note or document may accurately represent my digital identity in a manner in which I am content for it to be viewed, I have no qualms about sharing it with anyone. Craft's structuring capabilities, which include pages, cards, and toggles, enable me to write longer documents of five pages or more in a way that makes me feel in control of the situation and makes it easier for me to see what I'm doing. This is made possible by the fact that I can use different organizational methods. The fact that I enjoy using it is the primary factor that sets Craft apart from other contemporary tools for increasing productivity for me. Other tools may do their intended functions, but using them can be quite irritating. People are able to feel the love and attention to detail that was put into the development of Craft, which is something that we see reflected in the response from our community. Because Craft already exists, I no longer begin each day with dread, dreading the location where I would be spending the majority of my working day. This is because Craft already exists. Now that I've had some rest, I feel ready to tackle the day's tasks of thinking, writing, and speaking in Craft. Craft is one of my favorite places to spend the day. To put it another way, the "how" is equally as important to me as the "what," and the need to find a solution to this issue was arguably one of the primary motivating factors behind why I began working on Craft.

Post It reviews

I thought this app would be kind of useless... but it’s been kind of life-changing. I have a color-coded board of 250+ post-its I’m using to organize everything my team is doing at work. I have calendars and lists and reminders, but especially for nebulous ideas, conversation-planning, brain-storming, long-term ideas that I can’t just check off on a list... I love being able to see everything visually (even if it’s kind of giving me heartburn to see 250+ things I have to do). I can even share with my team when I want to. The app is great for note-taking, too. I can organize notes on different research topics or ideas according to subject matter, so I can synthesize from different sources without flipping through a thousand pages in a notebook. The best part is having everything in my phone. Nothing to lose, nothing to flip through, nothing to carry around. There are plenty of color options, but I would love a few more. And I’d like an option to just duplicate a post-it. Sometimes I just need the same idea in more than one place! Or even an option to move a group of post-its to its own board when an idea gets bigger than you thought.

- emmiesunshine

Not only does it handle really well. It supports an assortment of exporting tools. Files types like pdf, csv or even full blown app exports for powerpoint and even Trello for you kanban users out there. I like it a lot actually. Now if you guys created a printer that could be loaded with sticky notes and have the thing print all my cards onto physical cards....we’d be in the best of both worlds. Because now I can still purchase and support physical cards on the fly and be able to just generate a board instantly and I would still be comfortable working on my digital or physical platform. An even better idea would be to have a company that already houses your product, like office depot, offer this ability as a feature for the public. That way we can come in store, win for them and print our boards or cards out as needed with a specialized printer. Numerous wins here. The camera feature already has the other end showed up in case we want to convert to digital from physical. But the reverse is needed to close the loop and make this app fully functional in a more practical setting. Please add to roadmap. I think this would boost revenue on all fronts and could even become the next trend of how notes and boards are made. Post it boards can even be developed with specialized fields in place just for this app. The ability to mass print cards in the stores would be awesome.

- Agent619

It’s a great accompaniment to post-its. Very well designed, and now there’s an easy way to digitize all of those paper post-its, so you can still jot notes down on paper and then quickly photograph them with this up. Aesthetically appealing, and surprisingly well executed. Only thing I can think of is if you could move/copy post-its between boards; and OCR. The iCloud backup is good, but I wish it would be a bit closer to instantaneous if you have this App on multiple devices - I have it on my iPhone and my iPad, I tend to use the iPhone camera and it’s convenient, but I prefer annotating them on my iPad with the pencil. Sometimes there’s a significant lag, yes you can always airdrop them to your other device, but that can create duplicate boards - and for some reason individual post-its don’t airdrop (in post-it board format) and a board can get too large to airdrop, which isn’t super difficult especially if you do what I do and have a board per week of post-it activity (and I use post-its avidly at work); So that’s what I wish they’d fix in one of their updates and adding the other two features mentioned would be nice *hint, hint* to the App developers. But this is fantastic!

- dahliaesque

Craft reviews

Craft was a little bit hard to understand at first (that's on me--they explain everything very well), but once you get the hang of it, suddenly you have a place where you can truly organize your notes, thoughts, life goals, to-dos, all in one app. On top of this, you can layer this organization to your heart's content--if you're a creative type, you can have a "creative" folder with a "lyrics" subfolder with "melancholy" and "funny" subfolders, as well as a "sources of inspiration" subfolder with "quotes" and "aesthetic choices" subfolders within that. Just examples! Moving between these folders is super easy, so it's quickly turned into my personal little hub for all of the ideas I randomly come up with. More than that, it's fairly simple searching things so that if you're ever in a creative rut, you can pull ideas from when you weren't. Honestly I don't think I've scratched the surface of what this app can really do, but I'm really happy I came across it. Beforehand, I was just using my phone's Notes app, and while it was easy enough getting my thoughts down quickly, finding them again or being able to connect them to other thoughts was basically out of the question. Best part (although pretty common for note-taking apps) is that I can write stuff down on my iPhone while out and about, and then expand on those ideas later on my computer--very seamless in that regard!

- someartbydan

Took me awhile to grab onto Craft despite all of the buzz, and now it has become my essential app, especially with the recent calendar and daily note integration. This fits the way I think/operate, and my most productive workflow so well, as it has become a place where I can keep a daily log of journal reflections, tasks, phone calls, meetings, etc, while also giving me easily accessible and connectable spaces to dive in and focus on projects, brainstorm, keep and plan long-term someday tasks and keep everything organized. It helps me think, plan and write, which is your mission.....but it really DOES help me do all of that! My only request is for a way to make the app text font size larger and easier to see. The control plus option that I usually use to do this currently functions to transform the text into larger bold headings, rather than to simply make the text larger so that it is easier to see. I can increase font size on the web app using this shortcut, but the web app still lacks many of the app features. For aging eyes looking at a laptop screen on a lap, for example, a way to make the font size larger and easier to see would be so appreciated!!

- Rebannford

I'm a long-time user of Evernote who's constantly searching for a less problematic writing app. For the past 8 months, Evernote has been troublesome, including syncing problems, spinning disk issues when opening the app, disappearing files and other issues. The developers have also added a bunch of nonsense that NO ONE was requested, such as a task function and calendars. Craft is the closest I've found to a solid app that could replace Evernote. It is highly capable, syncs nicely and has a solid preferences menu. It also looks loverly -- the developers have obviously put a lot of care and attention into the app. It also starts up quickly, since it's built in native apps and not some third-party platform like Evernote uses that makes it work more like a web app. The deal breakers for me with Craft were the lack of tags (which I've come to rely on in nearly all my photography and writing work), the fact that it won't work outside of the Apple ecosytem (I have an iPhone 12 Pro Max and a Samsung Galaxy Fold 2) and the lack of tables. If you can live without these elements, Craft will suit you well. As a bonus, Craft costs roughly half of what Evernote is charging annually.

- red.planet

Pros & cons

Post It

Pros
Supports PowerPoint®, Excel®, PDF, Dropbox, Trello®, Miro and more
Otes can also be synced across all your Apple® devices with iCloud®
Captures up to 200 individual Post-it® Notes at a time
Cons
User cannot interact with the post-it notes on the desktop
Not fully customizable
Cannot sort out boards

Craft

Pros
Easy to organise stories in story map
It's fast to create tasks and the drag & drop system is easy to navigate
Clear visualisations
Cons
Cannot upload stories
Poor number of integrations with other platforms and tools
UI is not always very intuitive

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