Editing a note

Question:
How note editing works in Memability 1.1.0?

Answer:
First, tap on a note to select it. If note has no sub-notes, note details panel will slide out showing note title and description.
If the note has sub-notes, the panel will not slide out automatically, but you can do it manually.
If you are using a tablet (that has enough space on the screen to accommodate details panel), note details will be shown at all times
(no sliding in or out required).

Now, press “edit” button (3) in top-right corner of the screen to enable “edit” mode.
In this mode note “title” and “description” are combined into a single field to simplify editing.
Once you done editing, first paragraph will become a “title” (text in green rectangle) and the rest of the text will become a note “description” (text in blue rectangle).
Be careful as “title” length is limited to 64 characters. All extra text will be truncated. Description has a limit in 4000 characters.

There are several ways to finish editing. The simplest is to slide details panel out (left to right) (1).
Also, you can tap on some note on the left (2). You can press “edit” button once again (3) or you can open side menu by tapping on logo (4).
And finally, you can use “back” button of your phone (not shown on the screenshot).
Any of those actions will finish “edit” mode and save current note (5).

Editing a note

Editing a note

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