The service, which opened to the public last September, will slink off into the night on May 30. Users will have until then to export their data. If you’re looking for an alternative, Quip and Penflip are good options.
The Editorially team said it had planned to begin charging for the service, but even if its existing users switched to premium, it wouldn’t have enough revenue to keep going.
➤ Goodbye [Editorially blog]
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