Welcome to Opus Help and Documentation Site
This is where you can find information and instructions of all features and options in the Opus App.
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Feature List Opus Version: 4.1
- Adding notes.
- Opening notes.
- Editing notes.
- Deleting and Archiving notes.
- Switching between notes, notifications, and checklists.
- Notification notes.
- Working with Checklists.
1. Adding notes:
To add a note tap on the big New Note button. This will open a section where you can add a title and a note. When you are done filling out the text tap the teal-colored Save button. To cancel adding mode tap on the back arrow.
2. Opening notes:
Simply tap on the note you want to open.
3. Editing notes:
To edit a saved note first open it and then either tap on the teal pencil button, the title or the note body/text. This will open a new section where you can edit the note.
4. Checking and archiving:
f you want to delete or archive a note simply open the note you want to delete/archive and tap on delete button. The app will then ask you if you want to delete or archive the note, if you choose to archive the note the app will move the note to the archive were you can access your lastly archived note. Warning! The archive only stores one note at a time, archiving more notes will overwrite the last note. You can restore your lastly checked note from the archive by open in the archive from the options menu, tapping on it and selecting YES. If you choose to delete the note the app will remove the note from your notes list and NOT move it to the archive!
5. Switching between notes, notifications, and checklists:
Opus has three different modes, note mode, notification note mode, and checklist mode. You can switch between these modes by swiping left on the ‘New Note’ button.
6. Notification Notes:
A notification note is a simple text note stored as a push notification on your device. This can be useful if you need to be reminded of something since you will see the notification every time you look at your device. To create a new notification note first change to notification note mode by swiping on the New Note button. Then tap on the gray New Notification button. This will open a dialog where you are asked to type in your note’s text. Then tap save and you are done!
7. Working with Checklists:
A checklist can be used as a To-Do list, shopping list or idea list. You can create a new checklist by changing into the Checklist mode by swiping on the adding buttons. Tap on New Checklist enter a name for you checklist and tap on create. You will now see a view with your checklist open.
You add new items to your checklist by tapping on the little + sign, entering your text and then tapping on the + button.
You can edit items by tapping on them, this will open the note alongside some other options:
- A Check button.
- A cancel button.
- A share button.
The buttons are pretty self explanatory. The share button shares the current item and the cancel button cancels the editing. The check button works like this:
When you tap on it your item will get a strike through line on it indicating a completed task. You can revert back to a ‘normal’ task by tapping on it.
You can remove an item from the checklist by long-tapping the item you want to remove.
Editing The Checklist:
You can do some editing of the checklist itself like renaming, clearing and deleting it by tapping on the title/name label.
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