And it’s so easy to use their Protected text website. You need a user name and your user name should be unique, then create a password for that user name, which will allow you to access your file easily. And make sure the password which you have created should be powerful so that no one can access it.
There are many note-taking options out there (like Evernote, OneNote, Simplenote, Bear, Nimbus, Zoho, etc…). I have tried them all and they are all great in their own way; but where they fail (in my opinion) is when you want to move your notes to another platform or when you want to backup your notes. You end up being pretty much locked into whatever note-taking app you go with. I have even tried using a Gmail account to make my own exclusive note-taking app, but where it failed was in its’ lack of option to perform a clean backup of my notes (even though it worked great).
After some thinking on all of this, I then thought, “Why not use Google Drive to create my own note-taking application?”.
Source: Google play – Jot Notes Widget
Have you ever tried to use your Chromebook for note-taking with a stylus? Some devices are more suited to the task than others…Chrome Unboxed
My Notes is a Chrome based browser extension that turns the new tab page into a powerful note taking and note keeping app. After reading the review about “My Notes” (follow source link reflected below) I decided to give it a try and found it is everything the reviewer touted it to be.
No login required… Just Start Typing! Take your notes and never lose them again.
Your text is auto-saved to the cloud as you type it. It is only deleted after 3 months of inactivity.