Furthering our attention on improving the robustness of WriteMapper as a productivity app that helps you meet your writing deadlines comes this update which brings a few new features to aid your work towards that goal.
Quick Edit Node
You can now edit the contents of a node in a scaled-down editor mode, designed for making it easier to jump into jotting down some words without having to open the full editor. Quick Edit Node is accessible via a new keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Cmd+E on the macOS and iPad versions, as well as on Alt+Ctrl+E on Windows.
More granular export configurations are now available in WriteMapper, allowing you to customise how your WriteMap should translate to the exported text document. A new "Export" section has been added to the preferences panel, from which you can adjust these new settings to your liking.
- Changed "+" to "=" for the zoom in keyboard shortcut to remove the need to also hold the Shift key on macOS.
- Applied the "Export Header Numbering" setting to OPML export, on both desktop and iPad versions.
Get the Update
WriteMapper 2.4 is available as a free update for past WriteMapper customers, on all platforms. New customers can take the free trial for a spin to test out the latest features we released today, by downloading the desktop app from our website, or getting the iPad app from the App Store.
We hope you'll find these new features useful!