You now have a lot more flexibility with individual pages in your notebooks. You can move pages from one notebook to another, duplicate pages to preserve content, and insert a new page in the middle of a notebook.
To get started, go to the “Page Overview” button in the top right menu of any notebook (the icon with the four squares), then tap the three-dot menu on the page you would like to manage. You’ll find three new icons at the top of your screen: “Add page”, “Move”, and “Duplicate”.
To insert a page into a notebook, simply tap the “Add page” icon. A new page will appear immediately after the page you chose.
Move and reorder pages
Tapping on the “Move” icon will allow you to either move pages within a notebook, or from one notebook to another.
- To move a page within a notebook, simply choose the area you would like to place the page, then tap either “Place before” or “Place after” at the top of your screen.
- To move a page from one notebook to another, select the “Move out” icon, then choose whether you would like to move it to a new or existing notebook. You can then choose where you would like to place the page. If you don’t choose an exact location, the page will be placed at the end of the new notebook.
To make a copy of a page, just tap the “Duplicate” icon. An exact copy will appear immediately after the page you chose in the notebook.
Battery percentage is back
You may find that we’ve reintroduced the battery percentage to your device. We’ve taken the time to fine-tune the percentage to be much more accurate than in previous releases. You can turn the battery percentage on and off in your device settings.
Improved onboarding text
We’ve updated our new user onboarding text to be a more clear, intuitive experience. Should you need a refresher, you’ll find a new device tutorial available in your device settings. You can also now reset tooltips as though you were using your device for the first time.
Various bug fixes and improvements