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HOWTO: Adding Columns

If you've created a Custom List and find that you need additional columns, you can always add more columns to the list. Column Types ListPro lets you choose from seven different types of columns: String…

HOWTO: Adding items to a list

Once you've created a list, the next step is to start adding items to your list. To add additional items to an existing list, follow these steps: Open the list you want to add an item to. Touch the plus…

HOWTO: Calculated Columns

ListPro lets you auto-fill a number column using a calculation. A calculation uses either: Two other number or date columns One other number or date column and a constant With a calculated column you…

HOWTO: Category Columns

When you touch a category column field in item view, you get a picker with a list of pre-populated choices to choose from. Category columns are great to use when you're going to enter the same text over…

HOWTO: Creating Custom Lists

Custom lists leverage the full power of ListPro, giving you access to all of ListPro'sazing list-making tools. Follow these steps to create a new custom list. Touch the Home view, touch Custom Lists.…

HOWTO: Creating new files for Custom Lists

Files hold lists and lists hold items. For instance, the My Lists file that appears under Custom Lists when you first install ListPro on your iPhone, holds a number of Lists. Each of these lists have…

HOWTO: Creating Portal Lists

Portals are designed to let you easily create and use some of the most common types of lists. Follow the steps below to create a new Portal List. At the Home view, touch the Portal that fits your needs.…

HOWTO: Filtering Lists

Filters let you hide items in your list, showing only those items that fit the criteria you've decided on. For instance, you might want to filter your To-Do list so that only unfinished items are visible.…

HOWTO: Flattening Lists

If you sort a list with indented items, the child items will always remain with their parent. Here is an example: EXAMPLE: Bob is working with a list of players on his local softball team. He has entered…

HOWTO: Indenting and Unindenting (aka Parent and Child Items)

ListPro let's you indent items in your list. This lets you create a primary item (called the Parent Item), with secondary items (called the Child Items) indented underneath it in an outline format. Indenting…