Edit note in its own popup window

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#1

Would it be possible to add a function to open a note in its own popup window? Bear has that. Very nice if you need to concentrate on a single piece of text.


#2

Hi Ton,

We have some thoughts in this direction, we need to think this through a bit.


#3

Any new developments on this subject? This is a great way to work on a single note without all the context. Bear’s approach is pretty great here. Very handy.


#4

It’s not on our highest priority list at the moment, sorry, iOS version first…


#5

Ok, understand the ‘iOS first’ priority. But I thought Agenda shared the same foundation as Findings, and Findings already has this option.


#6

But I thought Agenda shared the same foundation as Findings, and Findings already has this option.

This seems to become a common misunderstanding, this is not true. It shares the lowest level database layer called PARStore, but above that there’s not really anything shared.


#7

Ah, thanks for the explanation. They look pretty much alike to me, UI-wise. Anyway: no problem to wait a bit longer…


#8

They look pretty much alike to me, UI-wise. Anyway: no problem to wait a bit longer…

Definitely, we work together and share the same designer (@wrinklypea), lots of ideas and cross-pollination for sure, but no much shared code (for a variety of reasons), so it’s not a matter of flipping a switch to bring a feature over alas.


#9

With the ‘sidebar’ and ‘related’ both hidden, you’ve pretty much got a single note view once the note is bigger than one screen. Each of these have a separatre hide/show command, perhaps a ‘hide both’ option?


#10

+1 for this feature. It’s always good to be able to focus on one note at the time when taking notes during a meeting, especially if you are sharing your screen and don’t want all your notes to be visible to everyone.


#11

Good idea, would be nice to have such an feature.