The Future of Bi-Directional Note-Taking Apps is Auto-Tagging

For linking to go mainstream, auto-tagging needs to be standard

On the surface, Obsidian and Roam Research are the hobbyist bi-directional linking applications in the market.

They do their job very well and present an array of features that matter to so many of their users and their workflows.

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🎯 Host of Keep Productive — predicting the future of productivity apps and helping people find and learn the tools & software.

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