A privacy-first, open-source knowledge base
Logseq is a joyful, open-source outliner that works on top of local plain-text Markdown and Org-mode files. Use it to write, organize and share your thoughts, keep your to-do list, and build your own digital garden.
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Your data is yours, forever!
No data lock-in, no proprietary formats, you can edit the same Markdown/Org-mode file with any tools at the same time.
Connect your ideas like you do
Connect your [[ideas]] and [[thoughts]] with Logseq. Your knowledge graph grows just as your brain generates and connects neurons from new knowledge and ideas.
Task management made easy
Organize your tasks and projects with built-in workflow commands like NOW/LATER/DONE, A/B/C priorities and repeated Scheduled/Deadlines. Moreover, Logseq comes with powerful query system to help you get insights and build your own workflow.
What People Are Saying
I'm using @logseq + @obsdmd! Logseq is an outliner + task management that works well with my "18,000 things at once" daily way of thinking. It's also connected to Obsidian, where I keep my longer term research that benefits from structured documents.— Jessica is trying her best (@heyitsliore) May 28, 2021
Freaking *loving* @logseq since I started using it on the desktop.— Daryl Manning (@awws) March 24, 2021
Mashup of roam and org-mode's task management is making me very happy so far, even in 0.0.13. Super impressed as giving me all the things I like about roam, emacs org-mode, and notion together. ♥️
Every time I use @logseq I'm thinking, I needed this years ago. And the gleefully look at a future where I had this for years.— Tools on Tech (@ToolsonTech) April 4, 2021
Video in the works
shout out to @logseq if you haven't tried it! It is the best of Roam and Obsidian, in a format you are probably very used to already. Great community, amazing approachable devs, lightning fast development. Free, local, privacy focussed, outliner.— Luke Whitehead (@luque_whitehead) May 20, 2021
@logseq, you've stolen my heart (well, maybe neurons). a thread... 🧵— daytura // ladon n. (@ArchLeucoryx) May 17, 2021
Ok, I'm having an absolute BLAST using @logseq for my DevLog and Tech notes that need more structure and organization.— Bryan Jenks 🌱️ ⠕ (@tallguyjenks) May 13, 2021
the MVP for the project was just do new daily DevLog notes and record useful info, started some porting yesterday from @obsdmd@logseq is 🔥LIT🔥 pic.twitter.com/F8WRLwmIs7