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+ - OneNote Alternatives->

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An anonymous reader writes "There are some top notch open source programs that offer a real alternative to OneNote. The purpose of this article is to identify our pick of the finest OneNote equivalents that run natively under Linux.

OneNote is a proprietary computer software package for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It enables a user to capture what is important in their personal and professional life, captured by making notes, to-do lists, photos, audio clips, or videos. Information is stored in a non-linear form. OneNote is developed by the behemoth, Microsoft. Whilst the program is available for Android, it has not been ported to Linux."

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