Introduction to #Scrintal (how-to).

    On Scrintal, our notes and their connections are all in one place, where you can view or work on them. And there are plenty of features, like tags, tasks, bookmarks, and even a Kanban that you can learn how to use by watching today’s video.

    I’m learning #Scrintal by building a Scrintal board, which I’ll be using to produce a video to teach you Scrintal. This is so meta 🙃

    Hey #Evernote, please allow us to personalize the new Home.

    Today’s video is an experiment. I always liked the chronology vibe of a vlog, and I wanted to add it to my channel. But instead of my daily routines, what I would like to do would be to share a constant stream of content related to my interactions with products and services I use and love.

    It’s of course, easier said than done, but I think I’m getting there. Today’s video is as close to what I have in mind as I could ever get. The first important element is that it starts as a follow-up to Saturday’s video. Then there are the related topics. The beginning of the video has everything to do with one of Obsidian’s vaults, which in turn is linked to what I find interesting in Scrintal.

    I’ve been playing with #Scrintal for a few weeks, and when trying to learn more about the company, I came across the article below. I believe that its true value is actually in how the “two separate worlds” are available to the user.

    The canvas is always there. The text-based component (the card) and the connections are all on the same space, where one can either view or work on them. I like this idea.

    🤔 This app might end up in my Toolbox.

    What makes Scrintal unique?

    Scrintal brings two separate worlds together, the visual and text-based.