Buzz

Jottit has been getting some amazing feedback.

  • Ray writes: "WOW! ... Holy crud that's the simplest, easiest, fastest, ( make-up-your-own )est application I've seen in a long time. Truly amazing."
  • Ethan writes: "This is one of the most elegant pieces of computer program I've ever had the pleasure to use."
  • Susan Crawford: "I really like [it] ... extremely simple and clean."
  • Chris writes: "Great, great idea. Though I may have to sue for damage to my health now that's it's so much easier to arrange drinking nights with groups of friends."
  • Pam writes: "I think you guys are brilliant and amazing. I love jottit and I haven't even figured out why! I just feel like it opens up a whole new world of possibilities."
  • Chris writes: "Just wanted to say, I've been playing around with the site and it is really nifty. You guys rock!"
  • Jottit was named a Hot Link in the Daily Telegraph!
  • UCLA's IT Help Desk links to Jottit.com.
  • Eric TF Bat: "I was skeptical, but it does seem to be pretty close to the sweetspot. You may have finally iPodified Geocities..."
  • Reg Aubry: "Just this morning a 6th-grader came up to me in Computer Lab in a Massachusetts urban middle school and asked if I knew of a way he could create a web page. I was delighted to tell him about Jottit."
  • Scott Hanselman: "the homepage is brilliant. No help, no FAQ, just a big text-box and a button."
  • Hellekin writes: "That's the best website I've visited in a long time! Wikis have never been so sexy."
  • John writes: "Jottit might possibly be one of the most cool and inspiring things I've ever encountered on the web."
  • DownloadSquad: "If you have ever had the need to create a quick and dirty webpage for a last minute party, or even to provide more information for the item you are listing for sale on Craigslist, Jottit could be your savior."
  • A user from Facebook writes "Absurdly simple and fun. I seriously laughed aloud when I built a select dropdown, then an iframe in realtime. No response needed, just sending you an enthusiastic thumbs up."
  • Jeff writes: "Freaking amazing site: clean, simple, useful features"
  • A user writes: "I Love Your Site. What a Great Idea."
  • Matt writes: "awesome. web 2.0 made easy. hope you guys make millions."
  • Jim wites: "Love it. Easy. No-brainer. No fervor ad-nauseum about how great Wikis are."
  • Anonymous writes: "this is so great! thx 10 000 times"
  • G. writes: "Holy crap. This is such a cool wiki that I almost passed out after using it for 60 seconds. It's clean, looks professional, the color picker is ├╝ber slick. Is it built on rails?" (Nope, web.py.) "I'm a committed backpack user (I've called it the best web app ever, but jottit is now a serious competitor), and will stay that way. But jottit is so fun to use (as is backpack) that I'll just have to find a use for it."
  • Aleksey writes: "Hello Simon and Aaron, I like jottit. Idea and implementation are great! It's second to nothing in terms of ease of use. Probably I'll be using it a lot."
  • Anmar writes: "I love jottit. The simplicity and responsiveness are unprecedented."
  • Jonathan writes: "Oooo - that was fun"
  • Scott writes: "Wow, that was easy. I am not a code hound, and I appreciate the utter ease of use here. Thanks."
  • T. writes: "this is one of the smartest things on web (2.0). The simplicity is fascinating, killing and I expect seductive."
  • BM writes: "I've been playing with Jottit this morning and my experience so far has been excellent. Simple to use and it "just works". I like it very much."
  • Dagg writes: "a-ma-z-ING! thanks for this free stuff, it reminds me of good old days before popups, ads, spam and all junk. well done and kudos to the whole team."
  • David writes: "Jottit is to web tools what haiku is to poetry"
  • Web 2.0 Weblog: "It is so much nicer to work with than most wikis, I recommend Jottit to everyone looking for a Wiki-like solution on the internet."
  • CB writes: "so simple, so so simple. And that's what most of us need in our life: simplicity."
  • The author of Showdown, the tool we use to do the live previews, is excited by our project. (We also sent him a new bug report.)
changed November 1, 2007