It hardly feels like a beta app, as the UX is very polished.
Somewhere I read that Tana is like the third-generation outliner, the first being workflowly, followed by Roam research with wiki links and backlinks, and tana now being an outliner with a database. What impressed me the most
Immediately I realised this was one of the smoothest outliners I had come across. It felt great using it. The supertag feature The supertag feature is a tag on steroids; basically, you can create a set of fields associated with the tag. E.g. When you create a tag called a The outlining feature#person. You can customise the fields for that tag, like images, addresses, URLs, etc. Workspaces You can have multiple workspaces, so there is no chaos. That is the only hierarchy in tana, all else will get populated below the workspace. Multiple Views You can view your content as a list, table, or card. However, it is missing the infamous graph view, I wonder why they didn’t include the graph view. Automatic Programming of queries If you want to search for something, the quick access command + K will bring up all the commands you need to execute your query.
The pricing page says that currently, tana is free to use as it is still in beta, and they would let all users know at least 45 days in advance (which is an excellent policy, I remember roam research pretty much pulled the plug in a week?). The pricing is 10 USD per month or 100 USD per year, which feels competitive. Pricing page - Pricinghttps://tana.inc/pricing
If they implement PPP (purchasing power parity) pricing for developing countries like India, I would be rather pleased.