We’re launching a new interview series to ask interesting people about who they are and how they use Bear as a notes app. First up: Michael Lopp, a VP at collaboration hub Slack.
Bear makes it easy to turn your notes into a variety of open, portable formats so you can share, publish, and backup with peace of mind.
Bear notes behave differently depending on whether Edit Mode is enabled. Knowing how to use this makes it easier to edit sketches and tap links.
Oh rapturous day! Our Notes & Prose blog has received an upgrade and redesign.
We make extensions for Bear on Mac, iPad, and iPhone. This makes it easy to save an article to read later or snag an #inspirational quote for a rainy day. Here is how to enable them.
We highly recommend that everyone have a regular backup system for Bear and all their important data. Fortunately, Bear has a few ways to help.
Bear supports the powerful new Shortcuts feature in iOS, which allows you to automate multi-step processes with just a tap. Here’s an overview of the Shortcuts feature, what Bear supports, and some examples to get you started.