It gives me the allowance to just gather information in one place. Then sorting those information into categories and finally use them to write a great article.
Also love that I can share what I am working on with people on my team.
I've just found a tool more intuitive than Notion.And is a godsend for us who do a lot of research.
It helps you make sense of topsy-turvy notes, bulging bookmarks and gazillions of references...... into one logical & cohesive idea.
If you're a......writer who's doing research for a long blog post.
Go try Xtiles.
I love how xtiles is making my writing process smoother. Honestly, there are tools like notion and Google docs where I could put down ideas and create outline when working on a piece of content but this tool—I love it.The best part is I have everything right infront of me in the form of tiles. I can add images, refer to links and add different project parts of the same project in one tile. This is by far the best tool for optimizing my workflow I came across!
We used xTiles to quickly assemble some key points, our top tips, and best practices.
Here is our draft page and the approach we used to plan the content for this article.
Full review you can be read here.
xTiles combines all features I was looking for. It’s a mixture of note-taking and a whiteboard.
It’s not as rigid as Notion and Trello, I can visually organize information. And yet, it has a level of organization I missed in Milanote.
It's a Swiss Army Knife of research and content creation. Optimum visibility, mobility, and versatility.
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