Navigating Logbook

Though visually similar to Schedule, Logbook has its own functionality that separates itself as a tool for reflection and review. In Logbook, you’ll have an overview of your completion of tasks, habits, and productivity, including information on what Lists you tackle the most and the type of tasks you’re most likely to work on.

What You See

Like Schedule, Logbook is based around a timeline that displays your Action Cards in chronological order; with Logbook, however, the dividers are more broad – weeks, rather than days. Each Action Card will retain its previous title, but with a crossed-out name to symbolize its “complete” status.

Reflecting on what you’ve done can inspire what you’ll do next, so Logbook has quick access to Action Card creation either through the button add icon found at the top or the pull-from-top gesture (iOS).

The toolbar along the bottom provides options for switching over to Schedule button schedule off or Lists button lists , which you can navigate to at any time by tapping the icons.

What You Can Do

In Logbook, reviewing and editing Action Cards consists of deleting, recovering, and viewing your tasks. As with most of Actions, this can be done with gestures:

  • To delete a Card, swipe left to right on a task until you see the delete slide delete on icon
  • To recover a Card, swipe right to left until you see the recover button icon add complete icon
  • To view a Card, tap the task. You’ll then see its title, List name, Schedule information, and notes

Additionally, Action Cards that need to be recovered can be dragged from Logbook into Schedule or Lists. To do this, tap and hold on a completed card until a shadow appears. Then, tap either the Schedule button schedule off or Lists button lists icon at the bottom of the screen and drag the Card to the relevant area.

Note: Drag and drop functionality between screens is only available in the iOS version of Actions.

To quickly switch to the Schedule portion of Actions, swipe either from the left or right edges of the screen. This also works with the above step, saving you from needing to tap a particular target.