I use Agenda on iOS to keep a journal, and there are some journal entries I create that have older dates or longer date ranges. And it’s pretty tedious trying to use the current date picker and going backwards one month at a time. I would love to see the option to manually type in a date or a range of dates.
Right now, the only workaround I’ve found is to link my note to a calendar event, and then use iOS’s Calendar date picker, and then use that to quickly jump back to the date I want, and go back and delete the Calendar event afterwards.
We indeed would like to use the iOS calendar picker also on Mac such that you can easily and rapidly scroll up- or downwards to change months, haven’t gotten to it yet but hope to bring it over in a future update.
This drives me mad too - especially when I am manually migrating a few notes from the past. For notes that are way back, this renders the app almost unusable for not much older (or in the future too)
Have you noticed that since the 3.0 update it’s possible to type a date directly in the calendar like this:
It even supports natural language like “last month” and “next friday”. This can be even faster than scrolling in many cases.
Yes that works too. Thank you. Maybe you could add a instruction to this effect in the "How To” date section?
Will do indeed!