Digital sticky notes are probably one of the handiest inventions in software. They're environmental-friendly and they save you the inevitable note clutter on your desk.
Knot is a good example of a fully featured virtual sticky note app. It enables you to create as many notes as you need and have them on your desktop to remind you of important dates, tasks and events. Notes can have different background and text colors, font types and sizes, and you can create a standard configuration for your notes or let Knot change color randomly for each note. Simply write anything you need and double click on the note's title bar to minimize it.
The program features a complete manager that allows you to configure its behavior, as well as handling notes in batches. You can even export notes to a TXT file or send them over the network to another PC.
Although Knot seems quite a highly functional tool, it also lacks some options that we can find in other similar programs. For instance, Knot doesn't mark URLs or email addresses as clickable web links, nor does it offer support for alarms. Hopefully the developer will take note of this and improve Knot in future versions.
Knot is a fully featured sticky note application that enables you to remember important events without cluttering up your desktop.