Home Screen

You can use categories (folders) to help you organize your notes. To automatically remove clutter, uncategorized notes can be auto-archived after three days from the settings. Read full review
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Note actions

By swiping left across a note or category, you can pull up options to move, delete, favorite, or set a reminder. Read full review
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Use gestures for formatting

Swiping to the left on a line within a list adds bullets and style formatting to set the priority for an item. Swiping to the right crosses it off as done, while swiping down to refresh will clear crossed off items. Read full review
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Settings

In the Settings section of the app, you can control the theme, night mode, font, text size, and much more. Read full review
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Manage Reminders

From the home screen of the app, you can touch the alarm clock icon in the lower right to view and manage reminders. On this screen you will see items marked with an alarm; you can then open and edit the alarm if you need more (or less) time. You can also mark an item as complete by tapping on the small circle next to the item's name. Read full review
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