TagSpaces has the ability to create and edit files in plain text, HTML and Markdown formats. These functionalities enables you to create simple text or more complex rich text notes.
The desktop version of TagSpaces can operate only with files and folders which are located and accessible locally to the user. This feature can be nicely combined with the sync clients of cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive or Nextcloud, so the user can decide that certain notes (files & folders) can be synced to the cloud and this way accessible from as much devices as needed. The PRO edition of TagSpaces can on top of this operate with files and folders located directly in the cloud on AWS S3 buckets.
This way the application can be used as valuable alternative to note taking software such as Evernote, Onenote, Simplenote and Bear or personal wiki systems such as TidyWiki.
Own your data: In comparison to the most note taking services, TagSpaces gives you the luxury to decide where your files are located, so you can keep the complete control over them.
In the following section you can experiment with notes created with TagSpaces in Markdown and HTML formats. Please note that this is a read-only demo, so trying to save the changes will fail. In order to try the HTML and Markdown editing capabilities please click on the EDIT button in the top right corner of the app.
This demo is based on TagSpaces Enterprise edition. Data and application are hosted on AWS using the services CloudFront and S3