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💻 A web-first app crafted for productivity enhancement
👍 Web clipper and additional functionalities for gathering comprehensive information
💙 A visual and flexible interface for attractive organizing information
📱 Mobile apps for on-the-go planning
😉 Ready-to-use planners and templates for a seamless beginning
🔁 Suitable for both synchronous and asynchronous teamwork
$10 - monthly (Personal Pro)
xTiles and Anki differ significantly in their approaches to note-taking. While Anki is primarily known for its flashcard system, designed for efficient memorization and learning through spaced repetition, the note-taking capabilities in this tool are quite limited. xTiles excels in collaborative, structured note-taking through its structured templates, collaborative environment, customizable structure, and ability to create multi-level documents and notes.
xTiles is the preferable choice for creating and managing knowledge bases of various topics and for various purposes, especially in collaborative settings, while Anki excels in individualized learning and memorization through its flashcard system. The knowledge base users can create through Anki is limited by the tool’s main purpose, while xTiles allows them to create knowledge bases for any purpose and idea they may have.
xTiles exceeds in handling and managing databases of multi-level structure. With Anki users get the possibility to create very limited databases of what they are going to learn, while in xTiles it can be databases with a hierarchical structure, different types of content, and nested elements for learning, research, gathering, and storing information, presenting it to others, etc.
Yes, there are notable differences in how xTiles and Anki support planning and organization. xTiles is designed for collaborative planning and organization, making it suitable for teamwork. In contrast, Anki is more tailored for individual learning and memorization. xTiles provides a structured and collaborative environment for planning anything through different approaches and techniques and for different periods of time, while Anki offers only planning what you will be learning next.
Yes, there are some notable differences in how xTiles and Anki facilitate the gathering of information. First of all, users are authorized to collect only snippets of information (preferably new words) in Anki to further learning, while in xTiles, users can collect and organize information of any length and type. Additionally, xTiles offers different approaches to viewing your data. You can organize it into collections or boards, depending on your preference.
Absolutely! Customization and flexibility are among the most important features of xTiles, allowing our users to create, plan, organize, and collect on their own terms. This makes xTiles suitable for a wide range of use cases.
Certainly, xTiles offers cross-platform compatibility, allowing easy access to your projects and templates on various devices and operating systems. The application is available on Windows, iOS, and Android platforms. You can download either the mobile version here https://xtiles.app/en/mobile-app-xtiles or the desktop version here https://xtiles.app/en/desktop-apps