Notebooks 8.1.1 for iPad and iPhone, the update many of you have been waiting for, has just been released and is available for download from the App Store. It fixes a few issues and adds some improvements:
- The bookmarklet and “import from URL” options are fixed (sorry for breaking that in the previous release…).
- A rare issue when setting a task’s due date has been addressed.
- An issue regarding search in older webarchives is solved.
- When adding photo from the camera, the preview now appears in correct orientation (iPad, iOS 8).
- Bulk converting documents to HTML no longer accidentally stores result at top level.
- Sending a document by mail reliably shows the message composer.
- When using the dark theme, Notebooks now shows the dark keyboard when possible (due to an iOS limitation, Notebooks still shows the light keyboard when editing formatted documents).
Notebooks 8.1.1 for iPad and iPhone
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This is, by far, the most useful app I have on my iPad. And I have tried well over 1000 apps in the past few years, most of which get deleted very quickly. I use it for practically everything (short of making visual art), and I haven’t even managed to internalize all of the features into my workflow yet. Thank so much, Alfons, for making it awesome!
Thanks a lot you for your great feedback, Crystal 🙂
I have used Notebooks for professional and academic note taking for as long as the app has been available. I have just bought the latest version and would like to import my many notebooks and their nested files into the new version. I have tried to follow your instructions about compressing and opening the archive in the action button of the new app. I have not been able to GET an action button after compressing from the upper level of the old Notebooks file, so I have tried compressing individual notebooks. That works; I get the zip archive in new Notebooks, but no action button anywhere to unzip the book and its contents. Can you help with these two problems? Thanks.
Sorry for the late response, Della! – After importing the archive into Notebooks 8, you need to open the archive (just tap its title as you would do with a text document); Notebooks then displays the archive’s table of contents. Now tap the action button (it is the same you find in a text document) and select “Unzip”.
I hope that helps.
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