In the age of digital media, you need to quickly share a lot of things on different social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and more. While media like Facebook and Google Plus allow users to share long contents, Twitter limits your imagination by offering you only 140 characters. This means you have to pack your ideas into 140 characters. Anyway, people are smart enough to express themselves in a few words if not in sentences.
But before you share something on Twitter, you may forget the idea or the exact words that popped into your mind. Thankfully, there is an Android app Notedown Tile to help you.
Notedown Tile helps you jot down any fleeting idea that strikes your mind; even if you are in the middle of something, you can note down your idea by quickly opening the app and share it on any other medium. Let’s see how the app works.
How to Take Notes and Tweet Quickly From Android 7.0 Nougat
Step #1: First off, download and install Notedown Tile on your Android smartphone.
Step #2: Once the app is installed, open it and swipe down twice from top of your phone’s screen to enlarge Quick Settings menu.
Step #3: Now, tap on the edit button (pencil shape).
Step #4: Next, scroll down to the bottom of list to search tile with ‘New note Notedown’ label.
Step #5: After this, tap and hold this tile and then drag it towards the top of the list. You need to drop the tile in darker gray area to make the tile active.
Step #6: Once it is done, go back by tapping on back button from the bottom menu.
Since you have set up the Quick Settings, your job is easier than ever. Whenever an idea hits your mind, just open Quick Settings menu from any screen and tap the Notedown icon.
You will find a notification; simply tap the ‘Write’ button and enter your ideas.
After writing your ideas or thoughts, you need to tap on Send button on the Notification. Next, you will find Share menu. From this menu, select any app or medium where you want to share your ideas. Your idea or note will be listed there and ready to share/post.
Apart from Twitter, you can share or post your ideas on other text-based apps like Facebook, Google Keep, Google Plus, Gmail or other messenger apps. Now you can write and share your ideas even during the midnight; whenever you get an idea, jot down and share.
This app is quite helpful to copywriters, who have to write punchines for advertisements. If you are web content writer, you can use this app to note down ideas on any topic and share it with your boss or any colleague.