How does it work?

First you have to create elements of the following element types: characters, factions, locations, items and milestones. Every element needs at least a name and a description. Create new elements, enter the corresponding data and link elements. You can then find important information more easily.

How do I create an element?

The main page shows a list of elements for every element type. The first element in this lists is always a plus symbol. Click on it to create a new element of the corresponding type.

Can I format element descriptions?

Yes, you can use Markdown notation in your description. For example, type *TEXT* to have an italic text, or **TEXT** to make it bold. You can even use Hyperlinks!

What are favorites?

Favorites will be marked with a star symbol and will be displayed first when using the search function.

How do I link elements?

First open one of the two elements that you want to link together. Then search for the second element in the "Create link" area. Click on the second element and enter a description. After that click on "Save" to create the link. The linked item will now be listed under "Links".

How to use tags?

Custom tags can be added to any element. Just open the element, go to the "Tags"-area and type the tag that you want to add. Already existing tags will appear as suggestions. You then can filter and search for elements by specific tags.

What is the history page?

The history page lists all milestones chronologically. You can reorder milestones via drag & drop and read again about past events like in a book.

What is the dashboard?

Any element can be added to the dashboard by right-clicking it on the main page. The dashboard is shown on the left side of the main page. The elements in the dashboard can be ordered manually.

How do I use the dashboard?

Select an element on the dashboard by right-clicking it. Now use the arrow keys to change the elements position or size in the dashboard.

How is my data stored?

Your data is stored in a local file, called the "database". You can create multiple databases/files to create different roleplay worlds. You can also export and import databases from/into the Roleplay Notes directory.

How can I store my data in OneDrive?

First open the management page. All your local databases are shown here. Simply click the "Connect to OneDrive"-Button to check for databases already on OneDrive. In the PC version you can now drag the file icon to the right box to upload the currently selected database, or from the right box to the left box to download a database. In the mobile version you can use the Download- and Upload-Buttons in the command bar.