A note to the sheet could be a way of reminding yourself what the sheet is mostly about.

If you’re writing a novel or a script in Inspire, it’d be faster for you to locate the sheets you want by going through the notes. You could add a note with text like “It’s the POV of the antagonist.”, “1st twist”, etc.

To add a note to your sheet, click the paperclip icon () on the top left of the editor, you invoke the attachments window. Click Note:

Add a note to your sheet.
Add a note to your sheet.

Add your note in the text field accordingly. If you want it to show on your sheet, click Show. Then click OK to save and exit.

Or you can let the note shown on the sheet by pressing F4, and then add your note there.

An example of the note.
How your note will look like

You’ll see the note pasted on your sheet. You can drag and drop it to where you find most comfortable.

One thought on “Notes in Inspire: add your thoughts to the sheet

  1. The best note app I have used now. And I used a lot of them, like 15 or more.

    It is like an awesome breeding with Zettlr (with inside notebook and article view and tags colored system) and Typora (beautiful mardown editor) I am totaly in love with it.

    Thank you team !

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