Write! v.1.50.0: Local Documents Panel

Here we go. In this update, we deliver a local document tree where, like in a Cloud panel, you can work with local documents. At the same time in this release, we made the Cloud significantly faster and more responsive.

Here’s what’s new in Write! 1.50.0:

Displaying the local documents in the side panel

Local documents panel is created to make your working experience with local documents more delightful. Using Local panel you can browse/open/save all your local files across various project folders in your system using one interface. Pressing F4, F5 you can easily switch between Cloud and Local panels of documents, where F4 remains to be responsible for Cloud documents panel, F5 – Local documents panel (alternatively, go to Menu > View > Show Local Panel).

By using a Ctrl+Shift+O (⇧⌘O on MacOS) shortcut you can set a root folder for further work with documents. Please note, you can see only those files that are supported by Write!.

We continue working on the improvements of the Local documents folders as well as Cloud Panel, stay tuned to our future updates.

Other features covered in this release:

  • Significant acceleration of the Cloud operation. Cloud has become much faster and more responsive;
  • Fixed an ability to toggle markdown on/off with Ctrl+M;
  • Fixed import/export of multilevel lists from the markup / to the markup;
  • Other minor bug fixes.


To get the latest update, open Write! and click on update-02 in the lower right corner of the app’s window.

Alternatively, you can go to your Account (you need to be logged in), navigate to the Download tab, and get the latest version for your OS there.

As always, we eagerly await your feedback on our UserVoice page.

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Joyful Jerboa
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