Keeping notes at all times is extremely important, so you can track down your thoughts and ideas. Whether inspiration strikes when you're at home or on the go, a note-taking app offers an easy, convenient way to store all this information in one place.
My first note-keeping app was Sticky Notes. I liked how fast and easy to access it was. Tho it became pretty hard to manage larger blocks of information quickly and I really missed some richer formatting options.
Next, I moved to Google Keep. I really liked the UI and the fact that all my ideas were synced across devices, tho I noticed it was the slowest compared to other tools mentioned below.
Sometime later I moved to Trello for planning and Evernote as a note-keeping for larger blocks of information (article drafts, etc). I really liked the simplicity of Trello and the clean UI of Evernote.
My current note-keeping solution is Notion. I like how incredibly feature-rich it is. It's an awesome all-around organizing tool, tho requires quite a lot of learning to understand which patterns work best for you.
Could you please elaborate a bit on what note-keeping solutions have you tried and what works best for you?