A new "object based note-taking" for building notes, workspaces and pages. This is an up-and-coming note-taking application with a similar nature to Notion.
What is Capacities and who's it for?
Capacities is an object-based note-taking experience, also known as a “studio for your mind.” It’s a place for storing all thoughts and ideas to create a personal knowledge management system (PKM).
Create a visual representation of all thoughts, ideas, and knowledge and link them all together inside this object-based note-taking system. Instead of files and clutter, create objects instead, connect these objects to create a network of thoughts to reflect on whenever you wish.
Structure your information in a way that visually makes sense to you, allowing you to understand complex topics and sparking inspiration. Overall, Capacities has been created to give you a calm distraction-free place to get things done using object-based note-taking. It uses no plugins, no coding, no syntax… Nothing confusing.
Best Place to Learn Capacities?
Want to learn Capacities? Here's the full Capacities Made Simple course.
Here are some of the growing features of Capacities, the new note-taking tool:
- Graphs - No more folders and tables. Use graphs to create a visual network of thoughts. Much like tools like Obsidian and Logseq.
- Objects - Object-based note-taking allows you to create books, profiles, meeting notes and more instead of meaningless pages and words.
- Block-Based Editing - Create blocks and stack them like lego!
- Daily Notes - Write your daily thoughts and ideas in the daily notes page.
- Contextual Backlinks - Add backlinks to your text to assist with linking knowledge.
- Full-Text Search - Search for anything within the app.
- Messenger integration - Use WhatsApp, email and others to add capacities to your work like images, shared links etc.
Our verdict on Capacities
Capacities is great for personal use.
You can create your own knowledge-based system here to help learn complex topics, make sense of your thoughts, and get things done. Without databases, Capacities isn't a good Notion alternative however, it does offer a comprehensive more modern approach to note-taking. Think of Capacities