Drafts are organized and accessed using the draft list drawer, which can be displayed by swiping to the right, or tapping the draft icon in the upper left. As you create and edit drafts they are saved automatically. Drafts also maintains a version history of your edits.
Drafts has a lightweight organization system similar to email. Individual drafts are created in the “Inbox”. When a draft has been processed, it can be moved to the Archive to long term storage or the Trash if it no longer needed. A draft can also, optionally, be flagged and have any number of tags assigned to it.
The draft list is organized into four tabs:
- Inbox: New drafts are created in the inbox.
- Flagged: Optionally, drafts can be flagged. A flag is a separate property of a draft, so flagged drafts can reside in either the inbox or archive.
- Archive: Meant for long term storage of drafts no longer actively is use.
- All: Display both inbox and archive drafts which match active search filters.
- Trash: The trash is where drafts go to be deleted. The trash can be emptied manually, but a drafts will be permanently deleted if it has been in the trash for more than 30 days.
Use the search field (magnifying glass icon) new the top of the draft list to search for drafts. The search will filter the current view to show only those drafts which match the query. Words typed in the search for will be found separate and drafts containing all the of words displayed.
The search field also supports:
- Search for exact phrases by wrapping the phrase in double-quotations, e.g.
"red parachute"will find the a draft with the sentence “She used a red parachute when skydiving”, but not the draft “She used a red and blue parachute…”
- Omit a word or phrase from the results by prefixing with a “-“ hyphen character. e.g.
green -bluewill find drafts with the word
greenbut NOT the word