Multi-level bullets and/or tab support
Include the ability to tab over to create a sub-bullet. One level of bullets is not enough. For example:
* Bullet 1
- Sub-bullet 1a
- Sub bullet 1b
it's beyond me that this is not a feature
I've used indenting in my notetaking since I first learned how to outline in the 4th Grade. Having a tab function is crucial to shorthand notes and it should be added back to the Sticky Notes application.
It's the best way to made sub-lists and to sort information into very quick tables.
listen I'm an obsessive-compulsive please let me have this
Matthew Tippett commented
i keep pressing tab and it does not indent - it goes to the B for bold button at the bottom.
Ctrl+] does not work either
This would be very useful. It appears that I can paste a 'tab space' in from another application so the application appears to be capable of supporting this functionality. Thank you for your time and effort.
I would like to have tab support enabled. I use sticky notes to keep track of time worked on specific projects throughout the day and in Windows 7 a few tab presses allowed me to create separate columns with the take name and then the time worked. Now i have to sit on the space bar and its hard to align the columns in a consistent way that looks organized. Please add basic Tab button functionality back to sticky notes like it was in Windows 7
As tab and multi-line bullets are some of the basic things people use in any notes (and will increase the efficiency / look and feel), will appreciate if Sticky Notes team can include tab support and multi-level bullets..
Indentation using tab button seems basic in a note-taking app. Can't understand why it is not incuded by default. Sub-bullets would be a nice bonus.
Yes, this is a much desired feature. Even without tabs, they should just add an "Indentation" button to create sub-items in a list. Sticky notes are great for quick lists, and when one make lists it's natural to organize items and sub-items in lists...
Tom Brown commented
I use Sticky Notes as a list / tracker. TABs would allow a neater appearance to the lists as opposed to spaces. With spaces, as things change so does the list appearance.
I have encountered tabs but could not purposefully incorporate them into the notes.