This application allows you to work visually by organizing your team’s information in boards and graphs, while also sharing all data instantly

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When working in a team, it is recommended to use a dedicated platform to ensure everyone is connected and that they all have access to the same data without hassle. Nuclino is one such solution.

Create and share workspaces

Once you set up an account and log in, all the workspaces and entries you create will be accessible on any device you log in to.

To enjoy the functions of Nuclino, you can create workspaces, then add items and clusters. By simply typing @ inside one of your notes, you can easily link it to another one, so you can not only access it without wasting time but also organize all the data.

To customize your notes, you can modify the headings, add bulleted, numbered or checklists, upload images and files, insert tables, quotes, and horizontal lines. Furthermore, you can pin, move, duplicate, archive or delete each of the entries.

Integrate with other software

A nice feature of Nuclino is that you can integrate links from various third-party services, such as Google Maps, YouTube, Draw.io, Gliffy, Lucidchart, Google Docs, Dropbox, Vimeo, CodePen, Spotify, SoundCloud and so on.

Alternatively, you can download the current note as Markdown, Word or PDF documents so you can send them via email or open them on other devices.

Generate visual representations

Another handy function of Nuclino is that you can create graphs for visually representing your current entries – these graphs are interactive and you can drag and spin them around using your mouse.

All in all, Nuclino is a powerful solution for sharing knowledge and files with your colleagues, while also integrating data from other third-party software you are already using. You can restrict the actions that can be performed by other team members and you can also set the created links to always be public or private.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Nuclino and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂