Throughout the past month, our backend and platform teams were occupied with refactoring relations aka the ‘Relations as an Object’ project. This effort, though not visible in this month’s release, is essential to unblocking long-awaited features such as Relations deletion/modification and in-line Sets (we promise, it’s coming!).
Meanwhile, we're stoked to bring you Sets creation on mobile and dozens of improvements to Editor and Sets in response to your feedback from our previous release.
Desktop Updates (0.29.0)
Quick Capture - So fresh & so clean!
So fresh & so clean! We know that a clean interface is essential to productivity for many of you. In this release, we simplified our Type selection interface from the + button Object creation flow so there's less standing in the way between you and your thoughts.
Kanban - For real this time!
Following the release of Kanban set view fin 0.28.0, Relations are now updating automatically using drag & drop between columns from Kanban view.
Polyglots, rejoice! We're delighted to have such a multinational community and heard your feedback from our previous release - you can now select multiple spellcheck languages in your Settings.
This month, our teams have focused on delivering improved Sets functionality on mobile to rival the Desktop experience. We’re so excited to bring you a series of upgrades which we hope will bring your Sets game to the next level.
Sets Creation (iOS 0.18.0, Android 0.11.0)
Set creation from + button is now possible on iOS and Android - simply hit that + button and choose Object Type: Set to start compiling Sets of every (any)Type ;)
Link Markup Menu Improvements (iOS 0.18.0, Android 0.11.0)
We’ve introduced a new menu for URLs and Link-to-Object blocks to make it easier to paste from clipboard, and to add/remove links
Underline Markup (iOS 0.18.0; already available on Android)
The iOS app now supports underline markup from editor in addition to Bold and Italic - just select any string of text and use the text editor menu to apply.
Sets List view (iOS 0.18.0; already available on Android)
A couple of releases back, the iOS team introduced Gallery view for Sets. This month, we’re proud to bring you List view! Perfect as a less formal and more space-efficient way of visualizing your Objects, you’ll find List view option under your Sets view menu.
Delete & Duplicate Set views (iOS 0.18.0; already available on Android)
Your options for managing Set views just became richer - from Set view menu, you can now delete & duplicate views for optimal efficiency.