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Category: Office
Subcategory: Notes
Platform: Linux
License: GNU GPL
Interface: GUI
Wikipedia: Gnote
First release: April 2009

Gnote – a simple note-taking application for GNOME desktop environment. It allows you to capture your ideas, link them together using WikiWiki-style links, group together in notebooks and some extra features for everyday use. Gnote was created as a clone of Tomboy written in C++, to remove the dependency on Mono.

Notes can be printed or exported as HTML documents.

Gnote also supports synchronization, making it simple to use it on multiple devices.

– Link to other notes
– Style text (bold, italic, strikeout, highlight)
– Change font size
– Create bulleted lists
– Undo and redo

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