This week we shipped several new features that make working in Almanac even better and faster.
Let's get into it:
Working asynchronously gives you more time to do deep work and get in flow. Focus Mode helps make it even easier.
As you start typing, Focus Mode will activate and hide the doc interface so you can concentrate on writing. As you move your mouse the interface will reappear.
Focus mode can be turned off in the document settings using Command+Option+S (Mac) or Control+Alt+S (Windows).
Sharing docs with read receipts is an experience you can only do in Almanac and it just got even better. After great customer feedback, we made several improvements to the experience.
Now when you toggle read receipts on from the "Share" modal, you'll see a new read receipts modal where you can:
Get even more precise on who sees your work. Learn more about Read Receipts in our Help Center ->
A Table of Contents is dynamically created on the left side of your doc, using the headings you use.
Navigate to any part of your doc clicking a section in the table of contents. Your current location will be shown in blue.
When your browser window is narrower, the table of contents shrinks into marks that you can hover over to expand the full table of contents.
We recently made some platform improvements that make working in Almanac even faster:
We're committed to making work delightful and easier.
What do you think of the improvements? Love them or hate them? Share your thoughts in our Slack community!