Here is a SciNote Functionalities pdf that explains everything you need to know about SciNote in a simple way.
Basic SciNote components are organized into a hierarchical structure, where projects are considered as the first structural level, followed by the experiments and then finally tasks.
Tasks can form an experimental workflow when connected to each other, otherwise, they can be stand-alone units (see the image below).
When you open a task, each task includes an overview of protocols, results, activity, signatures, inventories and archived results (see the image below).
SciNote business model is based on the number of teams you wish to have. A team is usually a group of people working on the same projects or experiments and sharing the same inventories (e.g. reagents, protocols, etc.) as well as the same database of samples. Teams could represent different departments within your company.
For a better visual presentation of the basic structure in SciNote watch our video tutorial.