Compose New Note

– Tap Notes from the Home screen as shown in screenshot 1.

– Tap Compose icon as shown in screenshot 2  to compose a new note.

– It will present a new compose note view as shown in screenshot 3, start composing and tap Done when done.

– To add or move note to a notebook, on the bottom of the note there is a notebook button which displays which current notebook the note belongs to or None if it is an orphan as shown in screenshot 4, tap that notebook button and it will display the picker view with the list of notebooks, simply roll the drum to pick a new notebook for the note or pick None to remove the note from the current notebook. Tap outside on the note to hide the picker view.

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Write a Book, Blog or Report

In Notewrap, you can take notes whenever imagination strikes, later add these notes to a notebook and write a book, blog or essay. After you add them, you can convert these notes into scenes and then arrange and combine them into chapters and create a book, blog or essay as shown below.

Add Notes
Each Chapter on New Page
Scenes into Chapters

– Add notes to a notebook, convert them into scenes that would belong to a chapter and arrange the scenes in the order you want them to appear in the chapters (How to add to & arrange notes in a notebook?).   

– Each chapter has to begin on a new page, to do that tap edit button on the top right of the screen, then select the first scene of the chapter and then set New Page on by tapping the New Page button as shown in screenshot 2 above. 

– To combine scenes into chapters, you will have to make sure that they are published & printed continuously and that each scene doesn’t begin on a new page, to do that tap the second scene of chapter one and then set New Page off by tapping the New Page button as shown in screenshot 3 above. Repeat this for remaining scenes in the chapter.  

– That’s it, your book, blog or essay is ready to be published & printed, Notewrap will use the settings to create a beautiful pdf for you where it will automatically wrap the scenes into chapters and start each new chapter on a new page. You can also add front and back matter to your book, blog or essay as shown in the screenshots above. Notewrap also lets you export your notes, photos & notebooks into various file formats such as plain text, html, markdown, rtf, pdf etc.

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How to Write a Blog?

Blog Writing Made Simple

Write A Blog

With Notewrap its really simple to write a blog, you write it like any other note and use Notewrap’s elegant text formatting feature to format the text, most of us who write a blog also include one or more images in the Blog, with the recently introduced link feature it’s even more simple to write a blog with images.

To include an image in a blog, first add the image to your website, most website creators like WordPress lets you add images to your website and shows all images in your media folder, you can then simply add that image link to your blog.

When you export a blog to markdown, the link gets converted to markdown image syntax by default so that the image is displayed on your blog, also on WordPress, you can install the Phoenix Media Rename plugin to rename images after you add them to media, to rename image simply go the image in the media folder, tap edit more details, it will show you a text box with the filename, give a simple and meaningful name to your image and then tap update to save the image with the new filename, giving nice meaningful names to your media will also improve your websites SEO.

Once you have exported blog to markdown from Notewrap, you can then use the import markdown tool of the website builder to import or convert markdown to html post, e.g. for WordPress you can install the WP Githuber MD plugin which allows you to paste the markdown text to the left of the window and gives you a preview of the blog on the right and once you are done you can hit the publish button to post the blog.

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