Clicking the icon in the quick settings should open a pop up for you to write a note. It shouldn't just add a notification that you have to interact with. Also, when writing a note, in addition to the default share option, maybe also add a pin option so that the note remains in the notifications shade until dismissed. Sometimes I just need a quick note that I can throw away when done. App is a good concept, but there's definitely room for improvement.
It's a very good app and it works on Nougat too. Only reason I gave 4 stars is that I would prefer not using a tile option to enable writing a note from notification bar. I would prefer the write menu to be always visible in notification bar and be a persistent one too. Without possibility of swiping left or right to remove it. That's the only negative about this app. Regards, Jim
Has potential! When sending to Wunderlist, Todoist, Remember the Milk, Tick Tick, the content is automatically inserted as the description/notes instead of as the Subject. Appearance in destination app shows task as ">Subject Here<" and your written text hidden until you edit/open the 'Subject Here' task. Makes it unusable for said apps. Please fix!
Not bad but there's too many steps involved. It isn't really quick enough to be used instead of other alternative apps which do the same thing in less steps. The keyboard should appear upon touching tile.
Tile works awesome. Is there a way to have it put into a check list on Google keep? Maybe if we hit enter on the notification as we type
Instead of just SHARE option, you should provide SAVE option too. Also, a persistent notification with/without sound to notify us like a reminder.
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