Whenever you open the mobile app, the Quick Task Bar always display at the bottom of the screen. Screenshot
Tap the field to bring up the keyboard. Type in your task description Screenshot
As you start typing, a menu appears above the field. This indicates which note the task will be added to. Screenshot
When you're done, tap "add".
The task will be visible the top of your todo list. Screenshot
🔥Tip: If you tap the blue writing icon in the Quick to-do area, you will open a new note to write in
By default, when you start capturing a new Task on mobile, we choose the current day's Jot for you as the destination.
You can change that by clicking on the Destination Note's name and selecting or even searching for your desired note:
When creating a task in the Quick Task bar, you can tap on the "Options" button as seen below:
This will bring up the menu that lets you choose whether the task will be added to the top or the bottom of the note you selected:
There are two main ways to give your tasks a Start Date or a Start Time:
By using the Date & Time Picker;
Or by using Natural Language Processing inside the Tasks' description.
We're calling it "Quick Task Bar" because adding a new task is always ⚡ fast! When capturing a new to-do that needs a Start Time, you can choose between a few levels of specificity.
Click on "Select a start time (optional)" and then choose between a list of preset dates to save some time.
This option works best when you know the Start Date, but don't care too much about the Start Time.
Simply use a Fuzzy Time from the options at the top of the menu.
Whenever you write something that looks like a time or a date in the Quick Task Bar, Amplenote will show you an option to apply that time/date to the task itself! This works just like in the Note Editor (Setting Start Times using natural language recognition of dates).
Simply use the "Image/video" button in the Quick Task Bar to quickly attach images/videos from your mobile device.
💡 Tip: For another quick way to add images to your notes, check out iOS/Android Share Sheet: Sending text, links, images and PDF files on mobile#Sharing images to Amplenote on iOS.
Task Commands are now working inside the Quick Task Bar! Simply use an exclamation mark
! (and make sure you add an empty space before it) to see all of the available options.
For more docs on Task Commands, check out Using the Keyboard-driven ! Task Commands Menu.