Each diary category can be reset to your liking – presets already include examples such as Daily diary, Journal and Photo album. The interface with its category content is then managed through a specific sub-set of list screens – including List view, To-Do view, Diary view, Photo view, Thumbnail and Detail view. This, along with the way in which category selection maximises iOS swipe functionality, makes the app highly intuitive when operating and makes edits across multiple folders and notes a simple task.
Clicking the folders icon at the foot of the folder side of the interface opens the Edit Folder List, where you customise existing or new folder styles and functions.
Once inside Folder Settings you can proceed to changing numerous conditions. These include the Folder Color settings and applying skin designs.
In the Folder Settings, users can add their own background styles by tapping the Default Note Theme option. Choose from a selection of 18 media themes.
Clicking the plus symbol to the right of the interface, inside your folder, will begin your New Note. From here you can add any details you see fit.
The Attach option is highly impressive and includes the ability to upload photos from your Photo Albums folders and Location in Map, Satellite and Hybrid modes.
Also in Attach options is Drawing, which opens up even more possibilities of note making and further enriches your information sharing.
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