Fargo is a web based note taking application that can come in handy in many situations. You can take notes while working on different projects, brainstorm ideas, outlining points and much more. One of the most notable features of Fargo is that all your notes are automatically uploaded to your Dropbox account so you can access them anywhere. The notes can also be shared with anyone via an OPML/HTML file or a public URL.
When you visit the website for the first time, it will ask you to authorize it with your Dropbox account. Simply enter you login credentials and it will redirect you back to the Notepad. You can create new posts and organize them in terms of date and month. You can even add links and RSS feeds to the posts you are writing in Fargo.
The application has a very handy outliner feature that allows users to organize features in hierarchy. You can reorganize your notes according to your own preferences.
After adding your notes, just go to the “File” menu and save the notes. The application will automatically create a new folder in your Dropbox directory and save the notes as OPML files. You can even save the file as Markdown so that you can open it in your browser or share it with anyone.
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