The Dashboard on Mac
In the dashboard, you’ll find the Overview which summarizes the most important information the dashboard has to offer: your writing progress, your text’s outline, media etc. What’s more, you can also edit and add keywords here. Once you have published your sheet as a blog post, the publishing widget will appear in this view as well. It’ll display your blog’s name, the publishing status of the post (Draft, Published, Scheduled), and the last upload date.
The Annotations view gathers all kinds of inline annotations in your text, such as comments, deletions, and marked text passages. Moreover, you can attach notes to a sheet from here.
Set Your Preferences
The Dashboard on iPad
Finally, the Attachments view allows you to see, edit and attach notes and images to a sheet. If you want to delete an attached note or image, touch and hold it, and select “Remove”.
The Dashboard on iPhone
Tap the dashboard icon to get quick access to your sheet’s progress, keywords, navigation and attachments (1). For more detailed statistics or adding a writing goal, tap in the Progress section. For adding a keyword, attaching a note or an image, tap in the respective section.
Once you have added a heading, annotation, image, link or footnote, the outline icon will deliver quick access to these elements (2). Just tap on a heading, for example, to navigate directly to its position in the text.
If your sheet contains an image or note attachment, the paperclip icon will be displayed. Tapping this icon will bring your attachments up (3). You can attach an image or note by tapping “Add…”.
To close the dashboard, the outline, or attachments again, simply swipe the view down.