“Use bullet point to zoom in” setting doesn't affect Android app behavior/interface. Is it right?




I’m exploring Dynalist app for Android, and realized that “use bullet point to zoom in” setting doesn’t affect Android app behavior/interface.

I mean, in Android app always the bullet is for “zoom in”, and the “collapse/expand” is at the right side of the item. And this doesn’t chance if setting “use bullet point to zoom in” is changed.

Is that setting useless indeed?

Thanks for info!


Yes, and starting from the next version this setting will disappear from the mobile apps so people don’t get confused.

The reason is simple: if the bullet on mobile app is not used for zooming, but instead expanding and collapsing, it needs a hover state, which is not practical on mobile, since you can’t mouseover something on mobile.

I hope that makes sense!


Thanks for replying!
I makes total sense to remove that option from the App settings.
I was wondering what option would provide a seamless bullet behavior throughout Dynalist desktop, web and app: It seems “use bullet point to zoom in” is the best choice for me, since the default option (bullet to collapse/expand) would work just for desktop/web.


Yes, that would make it more seamless across platforms :slight_smile: