Correcting Notes

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17 Aug, 2011 01:11 PM

Hi Drew!

I have fully accepted since I got my iPhone 18 months ago that it is not practical from a programming point of view to allow editing of slides in a lesson. But now I have an iPad as well, I find editing to be still quite frustrating. Can I make a suggestion for a future release?

It would be be great if you could simplify the process by which one finds and edits a note on a touch device. To edit a note from a lesson today, one must:

1) Exit lesson
2) Touch "Library" (if on iPhone)
3) Enter search term (I'll ignore selecting the case, because you remember the previous setting)
4) Double (single on iPhone) tap on the required note
5) Tap Edit (all the way to Top Right Corner)
6) Tap on prompt or content
- Edit! 7) Tap on Save
8) Tap on "Back to Library"
9) Tap on the "Study" icon
10) Tap on "Resume"

I don't have a precise solution, but there must be some way to simplify some of these steps. For example, a double tap on the content or prompt in step 4 would combine 4 & 5 together. And maybe the study icon (iPad) to appear on top row of editing screen to automatically save and go back to study menu… this would combine steps 7, 8, & 9.

Just a suggestion!


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by drewmccormack on 17 Aug, 2011 04:38 PM

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    Hi Nic,
    We have note flagging in 2.0 for the Mac, and will add it on iOS later. You could flag notes, and find them in a smart case after the slideshow. Is that a solution for you?
    Kind regards,

    Sent from my iPad

  2. 2 Posted by nic on 18 Aug, 2011 03:04 PM

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    Yes, this would go a long way to helping. Although a double tap for editing a note on the iPad would probably be a small addition some time in the future.

    Thanks, Nic.

  3. drewmccormack closed this discussion on 16 Oct, 2011 09:31 AM.

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