The Locations Screen The Locations screen sits at the top level of the document browser, and is your home base for accessing OmniOutliner files on iOS. The Locations screen includes all of the possible places your OmniOutliner files are stored. By default, this includes the On My [device] and Recent Documents folders, along with controls to open files through the Files app browser and add folders synced with OmniPresence.
This includes documents stored anywhere in your On My [device] folder, in another folder on your device, or in a synced cloud storage folder. Tap Open Browse connected cloud storage accounts or other folders on your device here. Documents in this folder are automatically synced to the cloud whenever a change is made.
The square thumbnail images in this folder are document previews that represent individual OmniOutliner files or folders. These document previews display the name of the file or folder, as well as the date and time it was created or last changed. Tap a document preview to open the associated file. To change the name of a file or folder, tap the name and then enter a new title. Only files stored in your On My [device] folder or a connected OmniPresence folder can be renamed in this way.
To rename other files such as those stored in iCloud Drive that may appear in OmniOutliner's Recent Documents folder , tap the filename in the Files app instead. To sort your files by Date or Title, or to view the available Outlines, Plug-Ins, or Templates in this folder, swipe down to access the Document Sorter: Recent Documents The Recent Documents folder on the Locations screen provides a convenient location for viewing files that you have recently accessed, regardless of where they are stored.
Whenever you open a file whether from the On My [device] folder, from the Files app, or from a connected OmniPresence account , OmniOutliner automatically adds it to the Recent Documents folder. From within the folder you can also tap the Open button to access the Files app UI and choose documents to open directly. To remove files from the Recent Documents folder without deleting them from their original location, tap Select, then tap the thumbnail preview images for the files you want to remove, and tap Clear Document.
While selecting a single file, you can also tap Share to export the selected file via Mail, to the Files app, to another app on your device, or to a connected printer. Managing the Trash If you delete an OmniOutliner file , that file gets moved to the Trash folder on the Locations screen. Tap to view the contents of the Trash folder. Move File from Trash To move files out of the Trash, first tap Select in the toolbar, and then tap the thumbnail previews to select the files and use the folder menu to move them from the Trash to another folder.
Delete Selected Document Tap to delete only the selected file s. This allows you to pick and choose which files to permanently delete, rather than deleting everything.
Once a file is deleted from the Trash, it is permanently removed from OmniOutliner's local storage. This is the same UI that exists in the Files app itself.
The Files app is analogous to the Finder on the Mac; it provides a means of accessing files stored in app-specific document folders on your device, as well as to files saved with cloud storage providers such as iCloud Drive. This includes the OmniOutliner outlines and templates you see in the On My [device] folder in OmniOutliner's own document browser. Tap the OmniOutliner folder to view what's inside. Tap the file icon to open an OmniOutliner file from the Files app.
When opening an OmniOutliner file from Files, the file is opened and saved in place when you close the file. Files of these types can be opened, edited, and saved within OmniOutliner for iOS. These formats support all of the new features of these versions of OmniOutliner. These files can be read and edited by OmniOutliner 3 for iOS, but do not support the full feature set of the newer formats.
If warnings are turned on in OmniOutliner Settings , upon opening a file in an older format you are presented with the option to convert it. Some features such as text and document styles are not supported by this format. OmniOutliner can import and convert files of other non-native formats ; in these cases, the files are copied into the app as outlines and the originals are left behind.
If you don't have an Omni Sync Server account, you can create one for free here. Once you have your account credentials, proceed to the next step to add them. Any OmniOutliner documents stored in this folder can be opened and edited in place within OmniOutliner for iOS, and changes made there are reflected anywhere else the folder and its files are synced with OmniPresence and OmniOutliner for Mac, for example.
When browsing a connected OmniPresence folder, a Sync button appears next to the folder name in the toolbar. Tap this button to prompt a refresh of the folder's contents, or determine if something is preventing the folder from actively syncing.
Refer to the section on syncing files from the document toolbar for details on the various sync icon states. The App Menu On the Locations screen, and when viewing the contents of a folder in the document browser, tap at the top of the screen to access the App Menu: The App Menu has the following options: Reference Manual Tap to view the in-app reference manual.
Contact Omni Tap to send us an email. When tapped, you are taken to the Omni website where you can enter your email address to subscribe. Replay Intro Tap to revisit the introductory experience and tutorial presented the first time you opened OmniOutliner.
The following menu items are only available when browsing the contents of a folder: A copy of the file you choose to import is placed in your current folder location. Copy from Imports a copy of a file from among your Recents recently accessed files , or by Browsing for it in an in-app view of your iOS Files app.
Switch between these two views with the buttons at the bottom of the sheet. Tap to switch between Essentials and Pro to see which version is right for you.
This is also where you can restore purchases, if you ever need to reinstall OmniOutliner on a device. Settings Set preferences for working in OmniOutliner.
See OmniOutliner Settings for more details. Folder Toolbar When viewing the contents of a folder in the document browser, the toolbar along the top of the screen includes the following buttons: At the center of the folder toolbar, you will see the name of the current folder such as On My iPad , followed by a label that shows the type of OmniOutliner files currently being viewed Outlines, Plug-Ins, or Templates.
Back On the far left of the toolbar is the Back button, followed by the name of the folder that contains the files being viewed. Tap to go backward in the folder hierarchy to return to the Locations screen.
The type of document created outline or template is based on the document type viewed in the Document Sorter. After tapping Add New, the Template Chooser opens and displays a list of available templates for your document starting with the custom templates you've created, if any. If you would prefer to create a document based on a template in a language other than the system default, tap the language name in the upper right for a list of available alternatives.
Choosing a template creates a new document pre-populated with the contents of that template, including sample text if any and all of the template's default structural and named styles. When tapped, Select makes it possible for you to tap to select documents within a folder. Once a document is selected, use the buttons on the left side of the toolbar to share or export the file, move it to another folder, duplicate the file, or move it to the Trash. Sharing and Exporting With a file selected, tap and then choose one of the following actions to perform on the file.
Send via Mail Exports the selected file, in the format you have chosen, as an attachment to an email message. Send to Files Exports the selected file, in the format you have chosen, to the Files app. Send to App Sends a copy of the file, in the format you have chosen, to another app on your iOS device.
Print Prints the selected file to an AirPrint printer of your choosing. To save the file as a PDF rather than printing to paper, choose PDF document when exporting with one of the Send commands listed above. Create Template from Outline Creates an OmniOutliner template file from the selected outline document. Folder Menu Use this menu to move the selected files to another folder, or create a new folder to contain them. Move to Move the selected file to another folder, including the On My [device] and any connected OmniPresence folders: On My [device] — Choose to move the selected file to the On My [device] folder.
OmniPresence — Choose an OmniPresence folder to move the selected file to. New folder Create and name a new folder that contains the selected file. Duplicate Creates a duplicate copy of the selected file, and places that duplicate within the same folder. OmniOutliner adds the number 2 to the filename to help you isolate the duplicated file so you can change the filename to something else. Move to Trash Moves the selected file or files to the Trash.
To view the contents of Trash, tap on the Locations screen.
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