A quick tour
to see what the app is like.
Notes structured like your brain.
Say goodbye to folders and tables. Think naturally and create a network of your thoughts.
Think in your terms.
We don’t think in abstract pages. Capacities lets you create people, book summaries, or questions instead.
Media of all types
Import notes from other apps
One note for each day
Organize your life, one note at a time – and view a timeline of everything you've created.
- Daily activity
- Weekly overview
- Monthly overview
Create beautiful dossiers
Organize all your content through tags – and then explore it visually and get reinspired.
Save ideas when you have them
Send text, images, and voice messages to Capacities. We support WhatsApp, Telegram, and e-mail.
Simple yet powerful blocks
Combine toggles, list, headings, and styles to build just the block you need.
Work even faster with markdown-based shortcuts.
Create stunning dossiers with images, bookmarks, and notes.
Browse through all the topics you are working on.
A timeline for your note-taking
Don't know where to put something? Use the daily note!
Use the chronological overview to go back in time and review what you've created.
Link and reuse any content
Every single element that you've added can be linked and even embedded in any other note.
Explore connections visually
Gives you a visual overview and lets you explore the context of every single note.
Helps you organize
While you are busy drafting new ideas Capacities automatically organizes and structures all your content. We do the heavy lifting so you can focus on what you love.
Make the web part of your content
Include videos, whole Wikipedia articles, audio tracks and much more in your notes.
Create a studio for your mind.
What our users say
Please do not stop and keep going.
I can’t wait for you guys to release your mobile app. Keep up the hard work guys! Here’s a 🍭 for your hard work
In @capacitiesHQ you can now add a tag to an actual tweet embed. This allows you to create full tweet collections based around certain tags.
2. http://capacities.io @capacitiesHQ
Problem: it's hard to organize information in a way that reflects how the brain stores knowledge
Solution: notetaking that creates a network of ideas
Why it appeals to me: Notion but with more intuitive info relationships