OK, I'm understanding something better now. What is so unique about InfoQube is that the outlining
is the primary feature. All of these things (except treesheets) can be considered hierarchy style, 2-pane outliners or notetakers. Most of these, including RightNote, organize your note titles in an OUTLINE on the side, but the main content is the guts of that note. InfoQube does this very differently. For InfoQube, the main content is the OUTLINE, and the stuff that goes inside each note is not as prominent (it would be the HTML pane). In a sense, this makes InfoQube better because it has supercharged features for the outline part, while still retaining what most programs can do with the insides of the note. For Rightnote, the outline is only the note titles, and there isn't much more you can do to it other than adding icons and moving it around the hierarchy. In InfoQube, this outline has very powerful features, including multiple fields, and all sorts of relationships you can create about them. That's why Armando always says he can store just about everything he needs to inside IQ. It's very flexible with that outliner+html pane. This is why I say IQ is the future.
In this screenshot, you can see Rightnote's traditional layout. The green rectangle is highlighting the outline part where the note hierarchy is created. This is very standard stuff. Obviously, this is not where most of the program's power comes from. The main part is the inside of each note, where the content is with all the great table features, and editing controls:InfoQube & TreeSheets: Information managers of the future
Now, pay attention to InfoQube. The outline part that I indicated for above, is now a super duper deluxe outline. You can add fields to it, checkboxes, automatic dates, pretty much whatever you want. The power of InfoQube is here. That's what makes it different:InfoQube & TreeSheets: Information managers of the future
So in my opinion, Infoqube has the most flexible and attractive set of options for general purpose notetaking (especially if you need to commit to one for a while), Rightnote has the UI elements absolutely nailed down. We need a merger!!