As you shift focus from topic to topic, TheBrain moves right along with you, showing your information and all the connections you've made. It's a natural extension of your thinking. Now you can see how things are connected and you'll never forget or lose an idea.
There are a lot of connections in your head, but unfortunately sometimes they don't last. With TheBrain, your digital Brain captures all that intelligence for playback just when you need it.
With TheBrain you're never more than a few seconds away from any piece of digital information. Web pages, documents, images, notes... From people and projects to ideas and task lists, it's all there in an instant.
Take control by visualizing all your open loops, tasks, and ideas in your Brain. Sync makes your ideas and to dos available from your desktop, web browser, or mobile device anytime.
TheBrain is the trusted repository of all kinds of people and knowledge. From business leaders to visionary artists. From scientific data to marketing plans. When you start your Brain, you join a community of people who share your passion for knowledge and getting things done.
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The all-new custom-built notes editor is the main feature of TheBrain 11. One of the key changes is that it uses Markdown instead of HTML as its underlying format.
Why did we choose Markdown over HTML? What are the benefits and what does it mean for the future? If you'd like to know, read on.
July 29, 2020
TheBrain lets you aggregate complex issues and events that reflects your unique perspective and drives innovative solutions.
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TheBrain 11 features an all-new, best-of-breed notes editor plus more. Built from scratch by TheBrain's engineering team, the editor is not just an improvement, but a total replacement designed for performance and reliability. Additional features in version 11 include a new set of modern searchable icons, native PDF rendering, a built-in video and audio player, and improvements to the UI and performance.