Capacities vs Anytype
Capacities is a tool for personal knowledge management with a fundamentally different approach to organizing information. Your note-taking becomes more natural. Capacities is built on objects like books, people, or meetings. All your notes are interconnected and organize themselves in a network of ideas. You're not tied to strict hierarchies and tables. Capacities comes with much better support for media and structures your notes over time in a calendar with daily notes.
Anytype is best described as a competitor to Notion with Obsidian-like note-linking abilities. Use cases range from personal note-taking to hosting online communities. Anytype aims to be an open organization that is collectively owned by its creators. The roadmap is heavily influenced by the community.
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