An open source Xposed module to customize the visibility of menu options from 3-dot overflow menu to the action bar in official Google Keep app.
My personal blog post for the module - Read Me
Featured on XDA portal.
Thanks to @eagleeyetom for featuring the module.
I use Google Keep a lot to jot down thoughts that come to my mind, thoughts that may come in handy in future. This leads to many many notes scattered all over the app.
To delete a note, I had to -
- Long tap the note
- Tap on the 3-dot overflow menu
- Tap on 'Delete
It was a little bit annoying to have an extra tap to open the 3-dot overflow menu just so that I could reach the 'Delete' button. So I moved the button to the action bar.
Now, to delete a note -
- Long tap the note
- Tap on 'Delete'
In v1.1, I implemented a customizable icon listing in the action bar of the official Google Keep app. The users can select which icons they want to show in their Google Keep app action bar. Users can choose any combination, such as select only one among the menu icons listed below, choose any two, choose all three or choose none. Users can choose among the following icons -
In v1.2, I implemented a customizable icon listing in the action bar when the note was being edited in the official Google Keep app. Just like v1.1, users can select any combination among the menu items listed below -
- Show/Hide Checkboxes
After 2 years, with v2.0 comes a completely re-written implementation of the Xposed module. The code is more flexible and robust. Keep Trash now uses the new material design and new material drawables that are consistent with the official Google Keep app. Now, visibility of 6 menu items can be customized - Delete, Archive, Share, Reminder, Label and Color Picker. For more details, check the changelog below.
You can select the icons you want to show in your Google Keep app action bar and customize your Google Keep experience.
- Xposed framework
- Latest Google Keep (tested working on Google Keep v126.96.36.199)
- Android 4.0+
Source code of the module can be found on my Github
Big thanks to @rovo89 and @Tungstwenty for the amazing Xposed framework
Thanks to @Faiz Malkani for the Floating Action Button (FAB) library used in v1.x