Are you looking for a productivity application that's akin to Evernote or Trello? Want something better?
One of 2020's top note-taking apps for students is called Notion, a digital productivity application that provides easy-to-use features in task management, organization, and much more.
One of the best features of Notion is the ability to create new pages, each with their own subtopics. Notion also allows users to embed links, quotes, lists, files, and images. So it's perfect for linking to articles cited by your professor, or embedding tables and relevant screenshots from D2L.
The strength of Notion is really in its UX. Although it can take some time to master, the clean white dashboards, task lists, and customizable pages are head and shoulders better than Todoist, Google Keep and many of the other productivity apps on the market.
If you're not convinced yet, check out this video by Ali, who uses Notion to help him understand, remember and organize his studying: