I agree with the post above.
I’ve been giving Agenda a workout. I have a great deal of my document-based work and notes in Evernote and I’m still happy with that for the moment. I began to investigate other soutions, albetit more sophisticated solutions like DEVONThink, Curio and others like that. In addition I gave Apple Notes, Bear and now, Agenda an ongoing evaluation also.
Agends, at the structural level, is no different than Apple Notes or Bear. Each has its own idiosyncrasies and style. But they all have a hierarchy of headers (called projexts or whatever) and those are tied to multiple notes. The biggest variation is what can you DO with those notes outside the limited world of the immediate application. That’s where Agenda is behind the other apps right now. They are building an iOS app which is good, but their base app still lacks a lot of functionality that’s in other apps already.
I still struggle at times at the blurry vision that seems to surround the application as to what it’s “going” to be. I don’t know that putting an “inbox’ solves all of it’s problems at this point.
But beause of Agenda, I have begun to see a need for having an “information Repository” and and a “Project Note” system. Hence why I’m looking further at Solutions like DEVONThink and Curio. They are both all-in-one solutions.
Apple Notes is the real wild card. Apple developers have recently shown a resurgent effort in beefing up that app as shown by their most recent release that includes things like basic collaboration. For those that work in a an heterogenous environment, howver, that may NOT be a solution for you. Then again none of these would be except possibly Evernote!