User Interface

Understanding the UI

Navigating Fleeting Notes' interface is designed to be intuitive, but let's take a closer look at some key components to help you get familiar.


The Dashboard is the first screen you encounter when you launch Fleeting Notes. Here, you will find:

  • Recent Notes: A list of your most recently accessed or edited notes is displayed for quick retrieval.

Search Bar

The Search Bar isn't just a standard search field; it's a powerful tool that allows you to:

  • Search and Sort: You can search your notes based on different criteria such as 'Created At,' 'Modified At,' 'Title,' 'Content,' and 'Source.'

  • Filter Results: You have the option to narrow down your search by focusing on specific elements like the title, content, or source of a note.

New Note Button

The New Note Button serves multiple functions:

  • Quick Note Creation: A simple tap opens up the EditorEditorHere you fill find Features Sharing notes Window Title The title field cannot have '/' in the filename as it will currently break the sync Link Preview Here in this we will have a Mobile Web where you can jot down your ideas.

  • Browser Extension Features: If you’re using Fleeting Notes as a browser extension, tapping this button will populate the 'Source' field with the URL of the tab you currently have open.

  • Voice-to-Text: A long press on the button activates audio capture, which is then transcribed into text for you.

Settings Menu

Located as a gear icon, the Settings Menu is your go-to for personalization and configuration options. Navigate to SettingsSettings for:

  • Sync Options: Configure your note sync settings across devices.

  • Add-Ons and Extensions: Manage additional features or services you’ve enabled.

Mobile-Sized Screens

On mobile