Capacities at a glance
What Capacities is and can do
A tool for PKM (personal knowledge management). A place for thinking and creating lasting knowledge.
Stored on secure servers in the cloud. Why?
Makes sharing way easier
Powerful API integrations (Twitter, WhatsApp, Telegram, email) and more coming soon
Data structure: a combination of objects (notes with a type), blocks (for main content) and properties (structured data/metadata of an object)
Lets you create your own types (like databases in Notion)
For individual use. Collab and team workspace are on the long-term roadmap.
block-based, WYSIWYG, rich-text editing
Link and reuse any content, get powerful backlinks
Media as first-class citizens (=objects)
One-click bulk export of all your content to common formats
Base version is and will remain free. Support us by becoming a believer.
What we are currently working on
No full offline support yet.
No unlinked mentions/references yet
Some advanced features are still work in progress, see roadmap.
- We recommend using Chrome, Edge, or Safari for the web version
About the company
In public beta since January 2022
Small, independent team from Europe with a strong belief in the power of knowledge and learning. Read about why we built Capacities.
How you can support us
Become a believer. You will support a small and independent team in making the best tool for knowledge work.
Spread the word! The more you help us get more users, the less time we have to spend on marketing and can focus on building the best tool for you.
Give us feedback on the product
Write/create a review of Capacities and share your learnings with others.
Plans, payments, and refunds
Create a studio for your mind.
What our users say
Please do not stop and keep going.
I can’t wait for you guys to release your mobile app. Keep up the hard work guys! Here’s a 🍭 for your hard work
In @capacitiesHQ you can now add a tag to an actual tweet embed. This allows you to create full tweet collections based around certain tags.
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Problem: it's hard to organize information in a way that reflects how the brain stores knowledge
Solution: notetaking that creates a network of ideas
Why it appeals to me: Notion but with more intuitive info relationships