Notion is an all in one workspace (notes, tasks, wiki) and a good alternative for onenote/evernote. With the latest release, they have made their personal plan ($5/pm) free to for personal use.
Here's the TL;DR from their Reddit post:
- The old Free Plan had a limit of 1,000 blocks of content. Our new free Personal Plan has no cap on content.
- Before, only guests or members could edit a page with you. Now we've added a new sharing feature that lets you give edit access to any Notion user by sharing the link to the page. Learn how to do that here
We've added a new pricing plan called Personal Pro. More on this below.
- Check out full details on this news and more at notion.so/personal - including examples and stories about how Notion can help you manage your life!
Here's a quick FAQ:
If you were already using Notion with a Free Plan, here's what changed:
- No more block limit! Add as much content as you like.
- The free Personal Plan now has a limit of 5 guests. Any guests that you already invited will still be there, but you'll need to upgrade to a Personal Pro Plan to add more.
- You can also collaborate with others on the free plan via link sharing.
- If you were using a Free Plan with multiple members, you've been switched to a Team Plan trial automatically. Other than the name, nothing is different for you until you hit 1,000 blocks of content. At that point, you can remove the other members and switch to a Personal Plan (make sure they back up their private pages first), or upgrade to our Team Plan.*
If you were using Notion with a paid Personal Plan subscription, or if you're a student or teacher, you've been automatically upgraded to the new Personal Pro Plan! It includes all the features of the free Personal Plan, plus:
* No limit on file uploads (5MB is the limit for free)
* Adding unlimited guest collaborators to any page
* Version history up to 30 days
* Priority customer support
* API access (coming soon, for real)