What is GitNoter?
It is an open source, Markdown-based, self-hosted note taking web app. It allows users to store notes in their git repository.
GitNoter is a tool in the Task Management category of a tech stack.
GitNoter is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to GitNoter's open source repository on GitHub
- Create, edit, delete, organize & explore notes easily with a nice & clean user interface
- Markdown format supported allowing users to add hyperlink, table, headings, code blocks, blockquote... etc inside notes
- Editor allows preview of markdown
- Quickly copy code from the code section using copy to clipboard button
- Store notes directly at the root or use folders to organize them (nesting supported)
- Explore all the notes from a specific directory with single click
- All the notes are stored inside user's github repository
- Notes are cached to avoid additional API calls
- URLs can be bookmarked
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