Select your language

Home arrow-right ... arrow-right Office and Productivity Software arrow-right The Guide

We've compiled a list of 388 free and paid alternatives to The Guide. The primary competitors include Evernote, Google Keep. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between The Guide and Laverna, Simplenote, Notezilla. Also you can look at other similar options here: Office and Productivity Software.


Google Keep has several features including color coding notes, inserting images, creating lists...

Laverna
Free Open Source

Laverna is a JavaScript note taking application with Markdown editor and encryption support.

Simplenote
Free Open Source

The simplest way to keep notes.

Notezilla
Free Trial Subscription

Colorful & powerful sticky notes app for Windows & Phones.

Zim
Free

A desktop personal wiki with inline preview as-you-type and lots of plugins

Tomboy
Free Open Source

easy install, cross platform, note taking. Sync notes between systems. Links between notes.

CintaNotes is an ultra-ergonomic, productivity-boosting notetaking app for Windows.

CherryTree
Free Open Source

A hierarchical note taking application, featuring rich text and syntax highlighting, storing data...

The Guide is a two-pane outliner - a program that allows you to arrange text notes in a tree-like...

The Guide Platforms

tick-square Windows

The Guide Video and Screenshots

The Guide Overview

The Guide is a two-pane outliner - a program that allows you to arrange text notes in a tree-like structure. It supports formatted text, exporting to RTF and hyperlinks (both internal and external).

The Guide Features

tick-square Support for Hotkeys
tick-square Portable

Top The Guide Alternatives

Share your opinion about the software, leave a review and help make it even better!

The Guide Tags

personal-cards personal-information outliner personal-information-manager Discontinued

Suggest Changes

Your Feedback

Select a rating
Please select a rating

Your vote has been counted.

Do you have experience using this software?