These days you can choose a note-taking tool that fits your work style. Consider these options from members of the Young Entrepreneur Council.
• Fleksy. This tap-typing application allows you to take notes without looking at the screen because of its powerful autocorrect engine. John Hall of Influence & Co. likes it because he can take notes and make eye contact with people during meetings.
• Basecamp. Automation Heroes’ Patrick Conley says Basecamp allows the people who take notes to store them where everyone has access.
• Pivotal Tracker. “Any note worth taking should be in the form of an action item. I record action items in a projecttool such as Pivotal Tracker and assign it to someone right there and then,” says Hubstaff’s Jared Brown.
— Adapted from “Ask the Entrepreneurs: 9 Best Note Taking Tools,” Young Entrepreneur Council, Lifehack.