It’s a rather intuitive metaphor for a paper-like experience for note-taking on iOS or Mac devices. But what is specifically great about notebooks in Outline is the fact you can open those ones created elsewhere beyond your copy of the app (e.g. in OneNote for PC).
One of such notebooks from the outer space is User Guide. We put it into your app, so it might answer questions and guide you around. Today User Guide has been remastered. Below is a pre-release early access copy we are dying to hear your feedback about. Check it out! Continue reading →
Remember that photo of Sophie Turner shouting without a sound when she realized it is Ryan Gosling by the table right behind her? Outline team feels the same at the moment. One of the users sent us a screenshot of his notes, and it turned out it’s a person making one of the team’s most beloved ever TV shows!
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!
One of the best parts of this job is the fact you are making an app which you actually use yourself like all the time. Have you ever wondered how folks from the Outline team might be using the Outline app?
Outline Team is back on the blog! Many users have asked what we’ve been up to lately. So, we’re here to tell you that we’ve been working hard on several big updates. Get ready for lots of exciting news here on the blog coming soon.
More OneNote import awesomeness, lots of performance and stability improvements, new sync options and integration, more team-oriented features, more platforms (wait, is it finally a version for one of those mobile platforms starting with an ‘i’?), and lots of other features currently under development.
Outline, the smart digital notebook, is here to take your notes beyond limits! Check out the details below. Continue reading →
First of all, our team would like to thank you – Outline users – for your concern and suggested improvements! We greatly rely on them while developing Outline and now we are eager to share the results of our recent work with you:
What’s inside the version 2.6? Meet new features!
- Compatibility with iOS 7 -
Upgraded to iOS 7? Like it a lot? Outline integrates with the new iOS. Enjoy updated Outline on your upgraded iPad. (UI design improvements coming in one of the next updates).
- Advanced Selection -
Select as much text as you want. Well, select ANYTHING you want. Cut, Copy and Paste content wherever you need! No jokes! See here how it works.
- Sections Encryption -
Don’t want to unlock OneNote sections with sensitive data? Now you can open password protected OneNote section in Outline. Moreover, you can encrypt sections with Outline itself. One-touch. Try it! Demo video is here.
- Tags and Check Boxes -
Find OneNote tags convenient? Make them work for you in Outline. Find them on the text editing panel.
- New Ink Engine -
Beautiful, smooth and responsive inks, new drawing tool – marker. Now you can undo/redo inks creation and deletion.
P.S.: We were going to include SharePoint support into this edition, however, have realized that there are a few more things to be done about it. This sync option will be featured in the version 2.7 – our next release this autumn.
Finally! All your business stuff, private info and secret treasures are safe. Outline makes it come true in the upcoming update for iPad. Now it’s up to you what section you want to be password protected. Let’s say part of the notebook can be viewed by all the people you shared it with. The rest of the notebook can require a password to open. Continue reading →