I shall probably stick with OneNote 2016 for the meantime, but am experimenting with a possible migration strategy --> IQ (InfoQube). Trouble is, ON is just so good at coping with the various data types that I use. Hard to beat.
Whoa totally forgot about IQ. I should give it a shot. But yes, it's more of a database type notetaker than the free form aspect of onenote or even traditional hierarchical notetakers. I like IQ a lot, but for very specific use cases.
I am also sticking to Onenote 2016 for now, but this latest development got me worried. And now I am thinking of returning to Rightnote at some point, but not yet.
Onenote was often considered the one application that Microsoft really "got right". and until the latest change, i think that was the case. But now, not anymore.
Speaking of dealing with different types of data...specifically, what makes Onenote unique is the free form whiteboard area (vs everyone else's linear text editor area). All Rightnote would have to do is add the option to have that main note area to be able to place notes anywhere in 2D, like Onenote, and i think it would be well on its way to being the king of the hill.
back to Wiznote...
Yea I'm not very interested. I gave it a shot when it first came out here, and then they suddenly went all paid version. I didnt like that, I stopped using it. No real benefit over other programs. But IIRC, it was good at importing and exporting content, which is more than I can say for most of these kinds of programs.