The Zenkit Suite refers to the ability to connect notebooks with other Zenkit products, such as Base, Zenchat, or To Do. Once you've connected a notebook, it will be visible and usable inside the other product. For example, in Base a notebook will appear as a collection with the same name as your notebook, grouped under a new workspace called Hypernotes.

Tasks from your notebook will be the items of your collection. 

In Zenchat, it will appear like a group chat including all members of the notebook. 

In Zenkit To Do it will appear as a task list under the same name as the notebook inside a folder called Hypernotes.

For the purpose of this article, Base is used as an example, however the same is true for any other product in the Suite!


Any change that you make to a task within the notebook will show within the collection in Base, too, and vice versa. It's not that they 'sync' with each other, in fact, they're the exact same resource, just viewed using different apps. This is extremely helpful, especially if one person needs a big overview of all tasks with a structured approach such as a Kanban board or Gantt chart, and others simply need a simple and effective way to work through their tasks.



Connect Hypernotes with another Zenkit product

Open the notebook settings by opening the notebook then clicking on the notebook cover in the web or desktop app, or tapping on the notebook name in the mobile app. Go to the "Zenkit Suite" section, and tap or click "Connect" next to "Base" to connect your notebook to Zenkit Base. If you don't see Base listed here, you'll need to install it

Once you've clicked connect you will be guided to Zenkit Base where you will be asked if you want to connect the products to each other.




Once you connect your notebook to Base, you'll see it as a collection in your Base, however your Hypernotes will still be the resource owner, which means that any members, task quotas, etc. will be calculated from your Hypernotes product quotas. 
Learn more about the Zenkit Suite.