When overwhelmed with a major writing project,or trying to fit all the pieces of your daily life together, how do you get organized?
Gingko is a unique style of tool, that lets you shape your thinking with lists, outlines and cards, all in identical clean interface.
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“Between our tutorials and magazine that is online we are constantly having to research new ideas, organize outlines, and share those outlines with this distributed team around the globe. Gingko is key to that and I have no idea how we would do it otherwise.”
CEO of PHLEARN, the key Photoshop training company online
“I can recommend gingko — very cool web tool for structuring prose. Got me through the third act of this novel that is last. “
Michael Marshall Smith
New York Times best-selling author
“I’ve always struggled with writing projects and putting my thoughts together. With Gingko I have done more writing this than the past half a year. week”
Ph.D. student, Computational Biology at Cornell University
I am a unique and devout user. It took all of, I don’t know, 30 seconds? to transform us to Gingko. From what? Nothing.
Because’s there’s nothing can beat it. Seriously job that is awesome.
I will be absolutely in love. I’ll admit, once I first took a look I was thinking so it seemed strange and counter intuitive, but once I actually began writing i really couldn’t imagine carrying it out any other way.
You actually nailed the keyboard shortcuts, the real way cards are navigated, linked, and displayed, rocks !.
This is actually the only way to write me to get everything out of my head at once and stay organized at the same time that I have ever come across that allows.
— Patrick M.Software Engineer
My default place to write: dump ideas, relocate to structure, flesh em out, rearrange, edit, export.
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