Oneplaybook is where teams can think & get awesome stuff done together
Whether you need a second brain to help you organize your research, manage projects and tasks, or are looking into cultivating a digital garden with others like you, Oneplaybook can help you do all that and more, at low cost. Coming soon!
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What do you gain with Oneplaybook?
Deploy your Oneplaybook to cloud services you trust like Dropbox, Google Drive, or a private server, with complete offline support. All data remains with you.
Pay less, get more
Oneplaybook's rich set of features replace apps like Evernote, Miro, Zoom and Notion. Get the power of five apps for the price of one app.
Whether it's a personal project or a collaborative effort, pick and choose the exact template or plugin you need for your workflow and avoid feature bloat.
Just work, save time
Oneplaybook gives you a managed app experience so you can concentrate on getting valuable work done and not waste time on maintenance.
Empower your projects
Change how you learn and think
Oneplaybook gives you new ways to acquire, derive and adapt new knowledge and skills methodically with note taking tools, wikis and online research workflows that you can customize as you see fit
Realtime remote collab
Be remote ready by default. Invite team members with a simple link to work on stuff together with realtime editing, video, audio and text chat without leaving the app. Or you can invite the whole world to view, edit and create something new together
Accomodate any workflow
Profit with the whole world; Oneplaybook allows you to also integrate many other workflow that you may favor via plugins and custom templates shared by others with similar needs
Create transformative apps
Turn your productivity workflows and processes into low code applications to quickly automate your life and get things done faster and more efficiently. No software expertise required
Host on any cloud service
Quick setup in three clicks
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TiddlyWiki gets a Gearhead rating of 6 out of 5 (it is that good). Finding code that works flawlessly after just two or three years is magical enough but after seven years?!
The TiddlyWiki is the best software I have ever found for organising my ideas. It is well worth spending an hour or so playing with it to see how it can help you. This will be time well-spent and will change how you think and how you organise your ideas.
Co-inventor of Erlang
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Behind every successful project is a team with a good playbook. Let's do this!