Notabase is another note-taking application with a unique twist. It connects notes based on bio-directional links. This is a very unique take as most note applications just allow you to create standard notes that live inside notebooks. I don't remember using any other application in the past that would allow you to link notes back and forth besides just external links.
The founder has a very verbose background with experience from several large tech companies.
There are some large competitors in the space. I've used Evernote and Notion myself. However, I think the bio-directional links adds a little bit of separation.
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Overall I do like this application, however, in its current stage, I'm not sure it is enough to convince me to switch.
I would recommend continuing to push the community aspect as well as the open-source side. Allowing users to "self-host" this could be big among growing privacy concerns.
I believe we are entering a new era of SASS products where we are starting to see this "micro-saas" culture where users are starting to enjoy using smaller company's products as we can connect more on a personal level. Overall, Notabase is solid but it has some room to grow.
Notabase gets a score of 65%