Respecting the boundaries of personal has always been a key thing in Outline. Specifically, that’s the reason we made it possible to store notes in a private WebDAV cloud, locally, or even encrypted. But some notes are born to be shown to other people, for collaboration, communication, and fun.
Now you can Publish your notes!
Here comes a realistic announcement of what is optimistically scheduled to be released till May 14. Your feedback is direly required!
We are receiving quite a pile of feature requests and trying to figure out how to improve the app for users. While the development team is working like cursed on the roadmap and urgent issues, we come up with a dozen of various workarounds.
For the sake of fairness in the galaxy, we are starting the Workaround Marathon: publishing the most useful tricks here, in Outline Blog.
Let’s start with whiteboard and document recognition.
Remember how Outline for Mac has been updated to become version 3.18? Now it’s time for Outline for iOS.
So, what’s inside the update?
For notes with more creative freedom and better organization, Outline offers you a number of choices. Say, keep things in a native notebook format or make it OneNote. Or store notes locally on a device or sync them across devices with a cloud. Captain Obvious says choices might result in tricky stuff sometimes.
Here is the world’s most useful video to resolve confusion which boss-level of managing your notebooks might cause: managing notebook preferences.
Sharing is caring. Note-taking is… what rhymes with note-taking? Anyway, we are running a holiday season campaign right now. Below are the details and mysterious story with a happy end.
Outline for iPhone is in the App Store now.
Thanksgiving is fun.
Users of Outline live all over the world. But despite what national holidays are in different countries, Thanksgiving sounds like a good idea. Giving thanks for great stuff you have around. Ok, let’s have some fun giving thanks on behalf of the Outline team!