Popular note-taking app Agenda gets templates, sharing extensions, and more
What you need to know
- Popular note-taking app Agenda has had a big update.
- The update is available for iPhone, iPad, and macOS now.
- Users can look forward to new share sheet functionality, templates, and more.
Popular note-taking app Agenda has received a pretty big update to apps across iPhone, iPad, and Mac. New features include a new share sheet extension that makes it easier than ever to add images and whatnot to an Agenda note right from inside other apps.
Alongside the easier adding of data to notes, Agenda 10 now also includes templates. Another feature that makes it easier to do things, the templates let users create pre-formatted forms for use in things like meetings or telephone calls. They then just need to fill in the data as needed.
Alongside the new features, Agenda users will enjoy a few improvements to existing app functionality as well.
- Tap and hold the history navigation buttons to get a list of history snapshots to jump to
- Dropbox sync is much faster, especially for the first sync of a device
- Undo navigation is more natural. It now goes back to the beginning of an undo change, instead of jumping back to the location of the previous change
- Performance improvements for loading images
- When copying some selected text as HTML, the HTML produced will not include head and body tags
The Agenda 10 update is available for download now from the App Store (opens in new tab). It's free, with an optional in-app purchase unlocking additional premium features.
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