We at UberNote are huge productivity geeks. We are always trying to figure out ways to get things done more efficiently and effectively. Heck, that's why we wrote UberNote in the first place! One productivity hack that has become popular is the fullscreen "distraction-proof" word processor. Programs like WriteRoom for the Mac and DarkRoom for the PC let you edit fullscreen without distractions. But, who wants to install yet another piece of software just for fullscreen editing?
A few weeks ago, we showed you how to use UberNote like Notepad. Well, UberNote makes a pretty awesome fullscreen editor using this single-note feature and the browser's ability to run full screen.
I'm using Google Chrome, but this trick works in all modern browsers.
Starting with an UberNote note, find the single-note pop out icon in the upper-right corner of the note.
Clicking on this will open a new browser window with just the selected note inside. You may have to disable the popup blocker for this to work. In Chrome, here is how I did it:
Once the new window pops up, if you are on Windows just hit F11, and on Mac, use Command+Shift+F. Behold, glorious undistractedness:
We use UberNote for all sorts of document editing tasks, not just notes. The beauty of it is that you never have to leave UberNote's power of tagging and searching behind!