Jump to last opened Note

If you work between multiple Notes and have to jump forth and back between the views a lot, following will make it easier.

NotePlan keeps a list of the most recently opened Notes. You can see this list by clicking on the clock icon on macOS:

History Menu

You can either use this drop down to navigate to a previously opened note or hit ⌘+[ to return to the previous note. Use ⌘+] to jump forward in the list. This way you can jump quickly between two Notes you are editing back-to-back.

On iOS, you can do the same by swiping left or right inside a Note. While you swipe, you will see the same clock icon in the upper area with the label "back" or "forward" (if you swipe left). You can select it by moving your finger up a little:

Jump back on iOS