List of projects. After logging in, the Fresh section of the project list always opens, listing the projects that the user has classified as current or such. From the same view, you can access the Settings modal window, where you can make user-specific settings from image catalog to the configuration of external services. The function for logging out is placed exclusively in this project list view. The sorting labels fresh, past and forgotten can be taken to mean that wherever the project is placed, the word "forgotten" does not have to mean that something has now been definitively left in a position where it is no longer used and that it may not even be important and, who knows, even if one wants to forget it. Later on, it may be promoted back to the fresh level, e.g. if one feels like it, or left at the past level for a while, in case there is time for further contemplating or preparation at some point. "In preparation" markings are shown per project, if there are any. Projects of other users for which the user has editing rights are displayed in a slightly different style.

Project Management. This view contains navigation links/buttons to all views/modal windows relevant to the project, from the beginning of writing to fine-tuning the final work, from backup functionality to selecting image catalogs, and from asset management to search functions. Writings are accessed by creating a collection of writings and selecting the corresponding link that takes to the text editing view. Yhdestä projektista voi johtaa useita, yhteisesti kuvakatalogeja käyttäviä teoksia kuten esim. erikielisiä sellaisia.

Text editing. The basic elements of a writing are the textual parts of it (some of which are fully optional) and the 'particulars' that can be included to the writing (are initially just attached to it without being placed in a specific position). There are many more types of these attachable particulars than just images. It is also possible to include another writing in an writing. In addition to the text formatting functions, the text editor menus offer a variety of helpers etc.

Writing fine-tuning. From a productivity point of view, it would not necessarily be appropriate for a piece of writing to always look exactly as the end result appears, as the thinking process is different, when attention to styling takes up a slice of the thinking time. This is why the fine-tuning of the essence of the writing and the stylization of the elements included in the writing are done in a separate view. Saves time and mouse movements, also. The final appearance of the writing can be viewed in the preview panel or by opening the part of the work where the writing is visible in another tab or browser window.

Special pages of the work and work-specific adjustments. Even a small adjustment can have a big impact, as can be seen for example in how a single adjustment can transform a work started as a blog into a work having a hierarchial table of contents like in a book. Other work-specific adjustments include those that prepare the content of the front page of the work (edited elsewhere) and minor adjustments from language selection to caching and from setting publicity to setting page width. On the front page of a work, before and after collections of writings, there may be links to "special pages", which could be e.g. an Appendix, Glossary or whatever you want them to be. On special pages, images from image catalogs can be placed directly to the text.

Browsing the image catalogs. There can be a lot of images per project, so it is largely up to the user to ensure that they are easy to find and use. Moving images from one image catalog or image container to another does not affect the visibility of the images in the writings, but for the production of writings, it is easier to find images when the image catalogs and containers are at least named well. There is not yet a search function that will bring up any image when you ask for it. A very useful feature will be the possibility to see directly if and where an image has been used, i.e. in the image browse view, each image will have direct links to the writings etc. where the images have been used. Several "triggers" are set to react to changes in browser window's width to change how many images and in which size can fit on a single row of images (useful in multi-window operating systems). Naturally, images can also be viewed at their largest size. Image catalogs are selected for use on a project-by-project basis in the project management view, and image catalogs are created in the Settings modal of the project list view. Image-specific tools include, but aren't quite limited to the removal of unnecessary image sizes, image cropping and making different "usable" markings.