In the project managing view, inline-editability is available for changing name for a collection of writings.
In the writing list view, inline-editability is available for changing dates.
In the "Solution writing editing" view the E and S symbols (from the words "end" and "side") next to writings that has a type of "area text" are used to including such writing either to the end of the writing or as part of the content. Tthere are buttons for detaching these in the same view below the writing adjustments and table listing attached particulars.
In the "Text editing" view, the table listing the writings has a feature to display a little more information about the writings in their own columns. Here can be seen some of them: Readyness, Availability, Lastedit and Updated.
In the "Text editing" view, the table listing the writings has a feature to display a little more information about the writings in their own columns. Here can be seen some of them: Writing type and Size. There is also Description, which is limited to 30 characters, so that it can be used, for example, to group writings by a short keyword or group of keywords. Writings can be deleted by clicking on an icon resembling a paper airplane.
In the "Text editing" view, Ctrl-clicking on the name of an entry in the list of entries gives access to a mode where the position of a writing in the list of writings can be changed by rolling the mouse wheel. Alternatively, you can click on the arrow icons that cause a writing to move one row at a time, which can accessed by pressing the "Adjust sorting order" button. Save with the "Adjust sorting order" button.
If one clicks writing while holding down the Alt key, the contents of the selected writing will overwrite much of what the opened writing used to have. The overwriting does not affect the title of the writing, its readyness level nor its participating status, but everything else. Since this kind of overwriting also changes all previous particulars of the opened writing, such as images, this can be used e.g. for versioning writings, e.g. in situations where one is about rewrite something but don't want to publish the changes immediately, but sometime later. Afterwards overwriting can be done in the opposite direction, so that the public address of the writing doesn't need to change.