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Looks interesting. Is it possible to use completely offline, without relying on their servers?  I see there is a desktop app.

Not yet, no. It's a planned feature, however. The iOS app is in beta, and an Android app is coming, too (there's a workaround currently, which makes the website work more or less like an app, including ability to share from Twitter, Instagram, etc.).


A couple of users are using Walling as a portfolio: and


Looks a lot like Notion.  Have you used that?  If so, can you say how it's different?

Sorry, haven't used Notion. I've seen several people comparing them, but unfortunately I can't be of any help there...

Walling is more than just a tool to organize your information. Walling helps you unload your ideas, jot down notes and save bookmarks frictionlessly. It connects those ideas with what you added in the past, creating a network of ideas and resources that's easy to explore and curate from.

You can also use Walling to plan and organize ideas when you’re working on a new project, researching a topic, writing an article or just about anything. With your ideas side by side, Walling empowers you to step back and get a high level of understanding on what you're working on and helps you synthesize information more efficiently.

I've been using Walling for about a week and I think I'm sold! It seems to fit with how I'd like a note taking app to work, just throw everything at it and organize a little bit later. There are some features missing and there's no native iOS or Android app yet (the former should be in beta within a week), but I'm definitely liking it so far.

The Walling community can be found on Facebook:

Walling is free for up to 100 Bricks. You can subscribe to Walling premium to get unlimited Bricks and Walls for $4/mo. Walling also offers Workspaces for teams with centralized billing for $6/mo per team member.

General Software Discussion / Re: Listary 6
« on: August 19, 2018, 01:39 PM »
I'll look into it. Even v5 is very advanced. I only use it for the quick folder stuff. So just scratching the surface, I suppose.

General Software Discussion / Re: Listary 6
« on: August 19, 2018, 01:06 PM »
Looks promising! Listary is a must have as it is, but this looks like something that might even replace FARR... (don't tell mouser)

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