The updates have a lot of internal changes, including a big update to the code that shows you menus but there is only one really new feature and that is locking.
Attachments are the biggest change to ThinkBook 1.3. With attachment notes you can keep images, documents, music, almost anything your iPad can handle right in ThinkBook.
You can use attachment notes to:
- Add images to your pages and notebooks.
- Keep documents or media related to a project together WITH the project.
- Use ThinkBook to organize and store important files on your device.
Hi all, it’s been a while since updates but this one is a big one. It took a while to re-jig ThinkBook’s innards to do what we wanted and from now on things will be happening faster.
There are a lot of little changes and tons of bug fixes but the most important things are:
- ThinkBook now supports the import of documents and multimedia files. You can add screenshots, documents, photos, video and audio to ThinkBook notebooks and pages. Not only to make the notes better, but also as a way to manage content from lots of different apps in the one place. All of this media are held in the one note type, we call it an Attachment note.
Sometimes it’s amazing what can slow down development. On Friday it was this simple question; what do we call the new note type in ThinkBook?