Device-specific differences in operation are some of the reasons that justify changing the mode of some functionality. E.g. the Apple Pencil used with the iPad cannot perform hovering functions, because the hardware in them do not allow it. This is why when using the iPad, "placeholder quicklooks" should be turned off, so that when tapping a placeholder, nothing confusing would open up.

It may happen that a writing collection grows to having, say, hundreds of writings, in which case you may want to limit the maximum height of the tables listing the writings to reduce vertical scrolling. This setting also affects the image container tables as it tends to happen that they become numerous.

In some situations, the Undo function of text editors does not work as it should, so you can disable the Undo function completely.

Experimental features include infinite viewport and PDF export. The former works great on Windows 11, for example, but less well on many mobile browsers. PDF export works well if A4 is used as the page size, but for other sizes the implementation is still under consideration.

When using mobile devices, a separate physical keyboard is not always carried along, so it is useful to turn on the Show modifier key substitutes option.

Sometimes a bug is so problematic on certain devices that it is better to turn something off. For some reason, many of these problems occur on iPad devices, but at least to a very limited extent. On the iPad, it is worth turning on the "Disable position changeability of writing particulars" option. It does nothing more than make it not possible to rearrange the order of the writing particulars in the text editing view, which is of little consequence because it doesn't anywhere else. Otherwise you couldn't tap writingparticular's caption to edit it.

Images placed in image catalogs can be selected to be converted to PNG file format (from JPEG). The choice of conversion options may become more varied once support for e.g. the WebP file format is added.