Father and author
1. Family: It's a lot of typical daily tasks. Organize the household with two kids. For most of these things you doesn't need a program like Nimbus. But what's good is, I can note, where I put all the instructions from LEGO.
2. Author: This is, where I use programs like Nimbus most. I write short stories, content for web pages and my own blog also needs a lot of text. 10000 + x sheets of paper with notes that you never found again. So I try Evernote, OneNote, Nimbus, Google Keep, Obsidian, Simple Notes and Joplin.
3. Don't know the English word. "Elternbeirat" it's called in German. As a parent you are supposed to work with the Kindergarten, organize parties and so on. You have a large group of parents to communicate with. When you share documents with Whatsapp or similar things, it's not ideal.
If you use Word, the people have to sign in to a Microsoft account. If you use Notion, some browsers (tested it with Edge and Vivaldi) warn you, that you open an unsecure page. If you use Whatsapp, a lot of people can't find the link after a few new posts. You can use Evernote. You can use Nimbus. My favorite so far was OneNote. Mostly, because - well it's free. And it's a lot faster than the new Evernote 10 and as Nimbus also. But it's lack of sharing abilities is bad. I don't want to use so much programs.
As I mentioned before, the sharing is better than in the most other programs. I shared a document with text, pdf's and pictures to a group of 36 people and get no complaints.
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