Move over Evernote, I use Write for drafting all my articles on Windows now

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When I joined The Next Web full-time nearly six months ago, I was looking for ways to streamline my workflow — writing up articles, in particular. I tried out a ton of Windows apps to help me compose posts, but nothing to seemed to fit the bill. I previously used a combination of a little-known notepad replacement called Kewlpad and the popular note-taking super-app Evernote, but they had their drawbacks. The excellent, but now defunct Kewlpad Kewlpad has a tiny footprint, but lacks essential features to help your writing along, such as auto-save and the ability to format text. On…

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