Padland: version v1.4
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|Padland is a tool to create, manage, share, remember and read collaborative documents based on the Etherpad technology in Android.|
Download it from f-droid and install it on your device.
Once you've installed it, proceed to start it up. First time you open it, you'll see a screen like this:
By clicking on the wheel icon at the top-right corner wheel you can access the settings. Then choose Server list.
The list will be empty at this point. To add a server, click on the + button at the bottom-right corner.
Then, you can add the pad server of your choice. To choose Disroot, just fill in the server url like this:
Then click on OK. Disroot is now in your server list.
Click on the "new pad" button to create or add a pad
You'll see this:
Here is how the document looks from Padland:
You can easily create folders in order to keep your pads organized.
In your pads list, just click on the pad you want to open.
You'll see a page like this:
You should be able to edit it:
There, you can change the pad name (Pad Alias), it's address (Pad Name) and also Select group to move your pad into a folder.