Distraction free mode for Cards

As the title says, a focus/distraction free mode for cards would be useful. Since as of now we see all the cards while creating/editing a card.
Seamless mode doesn’t help it in anyway since it just hide the border of each card.


Hi @IXNox, welcome to the Supernotes community!

This is a great idea, and I have added it to our internal pending feature roadmap. If anyone else here is a fan of this please like IXNox’s original post so we can gauge the interest!


I’d love a distraction free or “focus mode” for cards. Many people use Supernotes and other notes apps as a way to collect thoughts and ideas for their writing. While it’s not necessary to turn Supernotes into Ulysses, a focus mode would allow for more flow when writing.

The pinned card feature is excellent for collecting and staging supporting notecards for your main idea. It would make a wonderful complement to a focus mode.


100% agree.

This would be a great feature

I really would love this feature. I was writing in a card today and wished I had a way to have the focus be just on that card with everything else minimized in some way. It doesn’t have to be as extreme as IA Writer, but something that allows me to just focus on the card almost like it was a document or something.

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coming to request this feature and found this post. i too would really love the addition of some kind of focus mode that I can activate when I want to write a longer-form content. most of my cards are non-formatted and scattered all over the place (which is the point of supernotes) but can be distracting when I’m trying to focus on one card (doesn’t help that I have an ADHD)

could be something like what @Iamjmw suggested by having everything else minimised. you guys know what UX looks better

thanks again

Hi @deadelia,

This is a high priority for us, and we’re looking at implementing this in a subsequent release after 3.1. The UX is challenging to get right but we’re pretty happy with some early prototypes. Looking forward to sharing this with you soon :slight_smile:


that’s good to know @tobias — thank you!