Hypernotes is intuitive knowledge management for teams. Create a collective ‘second brain’ for your company, and collaborate on anything from wikis and documentation, to research and writing projects. Start projects and add tasks, or even connect with built-in task management apps.

Build a network of knowledge in Hypernotes:

· Bi-directional linking between related notes,
· Outlining of large topics into smaller sub-topics,
· Automated suggestions to link related but as yet unconnected notes,
· Embedding of text blocks to reduce duplicate content,
· Knowledge graphs for better discovery,
· Extensive collaboration on the task, note, and notebook level.
· Built-in dedicated productivity tools through Zenkit Suite,
· GDPR conformity and EU-based servers,
· Enterprise grade admin and user management,
· Activity tracking on task, note, and notebook levels.

What happens when you use Hypernotes?

- fewer interruptions to your natural writing process
- less time spent searching due to the hierarchical & linked structure of documents
- less duplicate content because relevant pages are automatically linked
- less miscommunication due to a wrong or inadequate text structure

+ a better read/write ratio of your texts: People read more of what you write.
+ a better understanding of your texts
+ a better representation of your thoughts
+ a more natural flow in your writing process
+ more creativity and more "living" documents
+ more collaboration on resources like documentation and wikis

What’s New

Version 1.0.4

- Fixed floating keyboard issue
- Updated translations
- General bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

BlkProfessor ,

A Good Start

This app is off to a good start. It’s available for free, the interface is good, and the sync across devices is seamless. It also looks good on all devices.

It is missing some basic functionality though. You can’t import or export notes at the moment. I think this was a critical launch mistake. Many of us eh would be interested in this app already have a note app we use (Evernote, Obsidian, Roam, etc.). It would have been nice to be able export notes from those apps (or even Apple Notes) directly into this one. And there are some spots where you try to do something and can’t. For example, there needs to be a better breadcrumb trail across notes.

Still, I’ll be keeping my eye on this one as it’s on the right track. However, until it’s able to export or import notes it won’t replace my other note app.

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much! Export is next up on our to-do list, followed closely by import from other similar tools. Would love to learn more about the breadcrumb trail (better navigation between notes?). If you'd like to share, please contact so our team can learn. Thank you once again for all your feedback!

nicknick4341 ,


I’ve been searching for a replacement note/task manager for a while. I want to change the way I think about tasks and projects and start with notes to have integrated tasks.

In theory this should be possible in practice it is not. The / command for this does not generate a task after all. At least not on mobile. I’ll check out the web version.

Developer Response ,

Thanks so much for your feedback Nick. There should be a little scrollable menu that appears above the keyboard after you type the / command. From there you can tap "Task" (or start typing 'task') and then type in the task name. Once you're done, tap "+ Create Task" to make it appear. Right now it looks like simply tapping "Done" on the keyboard won't work the way the create task button does, but I'll see if our team can do something about that.

Tom Snyder ,

I just took a quick tour

This looks like it might grow up to be a powerful tool. I just love how many different original structures are popping up for notes-based, hyperlinking, task oriented apps. This one looks like a winner.

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for your feedback, Tom! I should hope that we're a bit further ahead than an MVP - please take a look at the web/desktop version as well as they offer the same features with a big screen experience.

We'd be happy to hear and answer the questions you mentioned above - if you ping our team would be glad to help.

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