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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
❌ No database function available
Design your note structure with just notebooks, sections, and pages
Build your collection (database) as you work on your project
Collection items can belong to several collections simultaneously
Freedom to merge canvas and collections within a single project
$6.99 - monthly (Microsoft 365 Personal)
$10 - monthly (Personal Pro)
$15/ member - monthly (Business Standard)
$10/member - monthly (Team Plan)
xTiles simple structure needs no previous onboarding and is suitable for a wide range of users from different occupations. It offers a simple, intuitive interface and navigation, while OneNote retains its traditional look, similar to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, which might be unfamiliar to non-Windows users. Additionally, xTiles offers enhanced compatibility across various operating systems, while OneNote's full feature set is accessible only within the Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) environment.
xTiles offers high-level customization features to ensure that planning and note-taking fit a user's preferences and lifestyle. You can plan, take notes, work on your projects, whether they are personal or for professional matters, using visual elements to better reveal and explain your intentions.
xTiles is a user-friendly platform for small teams and for personal use looking for flexibility and creativity to manage their projects effectively. It offers a combination of simplicity and convenience, catering to those who cherish the freedom to work in their own way and apply their own approaches with the help of a diversity of features and ready-to-use solutions. You can manage your team and track its progress using an array of features like real-time task exchange, note-taking, task creation, knowledge library management, and even the creation of personal checklists.
Because users have greater freedom to explore and act, xTiles can easily be used in unconventional ways. Here are some examples of how xTiles users have utilized the tool: creating and sharing resumes, tracking football matches and team scores, listing books and videos they intend to read and watch, learning languages from videos, and recording all the words in a dedicated tile. However, the list doesn’t end here. Being an xTiles’s user means you’re free to craft your own unique template and experiment with creating something novel using our tool.
Both tools can be used as task planners, but only in xTiles can you create your own planner, notes, checklists, knowledge bases, your personal Wikipedia, task book, etc., and have it all in one place at hand with an easy search feature and ability to restore your deleted projects in two clicks.
We also offer an extensive library of pre-made planners for daily, weekly, and monthly planning, designed for various life situations. Our collection includes ready-made planners such as fitness planners, second brain planners, ADHD planners, and even planners for taking care of your pets or shopping. Our dedicated designers have put in significant effort to cover a wide range of planning needs, but if you happen to create a unique planner that we don't have, feel free to send it to us, and we'll gladly add it to our library.
Yes, xTiles is compatible with various versions of Windows, iOS, and Android. You can find our mobile and desktop applications at the links respectively https://xtiles.app/en/mobile-app-xtiles and https://xtiles.app/en/desktop-apps. However, if you encounter difficulties installing xTiles on your current operating system or if you’re using Linux, you can always use the web version, where all the functions and features we offer will be available just the same.
No, your data is safe, and you won’t need to download any additional software or change your xTiles version.
Yes, you can use xTiles as an alternative to OneNote for Windows 10 for task-tracking, time management, knowledge base building, checklists creation, team collaboration, etc.
xTiles offers you a unique organizational structure that is based on simplicity and convenience. Within your Workspace, you can create numerous projects, and each project can have multiple pages and sub-pages, allowing you to dive as deep into your project as you need. However, thanks to the easy and extensible search feature, you don't risk losing your data.
If a person has zero experience with Microsoft Office Suite, starting with OneNote might pose some challenges as the structure and logic might be unfamiliar. xTiles offers you a user-friendly intuitive interface that requires no previous experience or onboarding.