πŸ“– How to create and organize notes in Kernels

The Kernels app saves text-based notes, lists, blog posts, and links from any website in any language. To help users quickly answer questions like, "What did this person tell me? "What am I working on?" and "Where did I read that article?"

You can use the Kernels app every day, week, or year(s) to cross things out, read, write, plan, organize, follow a conversation, do mental math, or follow multi-step directions.

How to write notes in Kernels

First, write in a title where the text says "Title." Then add your note in the white space below. For this example, we've created a simple note for a trip to Australia.

How to Add and Filter By Tags in Kernels

To see the notes you've written, click Tags in the bottom menu bar and then click the tag that contains your note. You'll see your note (and any other notes you've created).

You can also add tags to your note to make it easier to find with searches or associate it with other notes you'll write. To add tags, select your note, and look toward the bottom of the note. You'll see Add tag in gray text. Click this field, and begin typing out your tags. Tags are created after you press done.

For this example, we'll make the tags: travel and Australia. In the future, if you start to type any of these words again, Kernels will suggest these tags as you type them. That way, you won't create two similar tags when you only need one.

Remove tags by clicking the tag itself and clicking X.

Or, if you want to see all your notes with a given tag, click the Tags button in the bottom navigation menu. You can click Tag to see all your tags and the associated notes.

Then, you'll be able to see all the notes with that tag. Β 

How to Search in Kernels

Once you have a lot of notes, you'll want to make use of the search feature. Click into the Search all notes… field in the top search bar. Type travel; a column will appear under your search term, and you should see your note.

As you dig in more to Kernels, you'll start to use its more advanced features. Here are some examples:

How to save Amazon product links

Share links from your mobile browsing app

How to add tags and sub-tags