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[Android] Use Tree Note Hierarchy Notepad to organize your lists and notes
Posted By Kent On December 1, 2013 @ 10:23 AM In Android | No Comments
There are many different ways to improve your method of taking notes. While there are still a lot of people who prefer the traditional way of taking notes, there are those who have already grown accustomed to using their handy note-taking apps. As for those who are yet to make that significant transition, you could consider using this hierarchical note-taking app called Tree Note Hierarchy Notepad.
Tree Note Hierarchy Notepad is a free note-taking app for Android that is designed to add notes in hierarchical order. You can also use this app to manage your pending, upcoming and completed projects. When using this app, you can efficiently organize and classify your notes into different categories so you can easily separate your personal, home and office notes from your To-Do list. There is also no limit to the number of sub notes that you can create. You can even add tags, images and reminders.
What makes Tree Note Hierarchy Notepad different from other note-taking apps is that it does not only allow you to create notes and sub-notes – it also allows you to create and manage your upcoming, pending and completed projects. Therefore, you can say that the app serves more than one purpose plus it features a stable, neat-looking and well organized user interface. You can even color code your notes and sub notes. There is also no limit to the amount or number of notes and sub notes that you can create. You can also create new notes under your existing sub notes.
When you look at the app’s main menu, you will immediately see your notes. If you want to create a new note, all you need to do is to press the “Plus” button and then select the option for “Add Note”. The process is basically the same for creating sub-notes. Just make sure to select the note where you want to place your sub note. Aside from creating sub notes, you can also add or attach tags and images to your existing notes. You can even set a reminder for each note.
If you go to the app’s side menu, you will see its list of options. This is also the section wherein you can access your archived notes. The app also has a built-in quick search tool so it is very easy to search for a specific note. You can also use tags to sort out your notes. If you want to view your list of upcoming, pending and completed projects, simply select the “Project” option in the side menu. This option will take you to the app’s Project page. This page is basically intended to separate your work or school related tasks from your To-Do lists and notes.
All in all, I can say that the Tree Note Hierarchy Notepad is a very reliable app that you can use on a regular basis and it will definitely help you become more productive and goal-oriented. However, this app is still too far away from perfection. As a matter of fact, some of its features failed to function properly. One good example of this is the app’s reminder feature. Even after setting the alarm, the reminder still failed to trigger during the specified time and date.
TTree Note Hierarchy Notepad is a decent and reliable note-taking app for Android. It is highly suitable for individuals who wish to organize their notes in a more efficient and systematic manner. It is also great for creating and managing To-Do lists. Despite its downsides, this app is definitely worth keeping especially if you are the type who tends to do multiple things at the same time.
Price: Free, Pro – $1.00
Version reviewed: Varies with device
Requires: Android 1.6 and up
Download size: Varies with device
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 Tree Note Hierarchy Notepad on Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tree.note
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