Reflect Notes Review
Reflect is a powerful note taking application that wants to be your secure, more focused way to take notes. Like Obsidian it offers a more markdown note approach with clean design and an easier way to get accustomed to linking notes & managing them.
What is Reflect Notes?
Reflect is a note-taking application with second-brain features. It uses AI to enhance your notes, and backlinks to connect your thoughts, ideas and more.
An application like this helps to keep ideas, thoughts and things connected, it helps you make sense of your own brain, hence the ‘second brain’.
Reflect has all your usual note-taking features and some more. You can take snippets from the web, share your writing, integrate your calendar, and it even uses end-end encryption so your notes are always yours. This is a fan favourite for many, including Thomas McGee.
Reflect Notes Features
These are features of Reflect Notes to look out for:
- Networked Notes - Use backlinks to connect notes, thoughts and ideas.
- Frictionless search - Easily recall past notes by searching for keywords.
- Instant Capture - Save things you like from the internet or from Kindle to your Reflect.
- End-End Encryption - Your notes are safe and secure with you, and only you.
- Sync - Reflect will seamlessly sync across your devices.
- Build Your Network - Save information of anyone you have spoken to, taken notes about and much more.
Is Reflect Notes For Me?
Reflect comes in fairly pricey, but offers one of super designs of the PKM space.
Due to the AI abilities, backlinks, shortcuts and all that confusing stuff, this application is best for someone who already has the knowledge behind second-brain applications or someone who is willing to give it a go and learn how to use these features.