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Home of the Memento Wiki
This is the home page of the Memento user wiki.
Welcome to the Memento Database wiki!
It was developed by enthusiastic users of the Memento Database app starting in 2016. Please stay tuned for the upcoming major update of the wiki later this year — the Memento Wiki 2021.
The wiki seeks to provide any information that will be helpful in using Memento to assist in users' lives, careers, pursuits, etc.
To make use the wiki right now, note the banner menu at the top of the page. Together with this Home page, the menu is intended to be the primary gateway for you to access all the pages published in the wiki.
To begin to learn about the wiki, go to About the Memento wiki The wiki's original author's blog archive is (actually, for now, will soon be) full of helpful articles, examples, templates, and skeleton databases to assist in making use of Memento. You can read it at Bill's Memento Database mementos.
Getting started with Memento
Getting started with the Memento Wiki
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Receiving Memento product updates
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Getting Memento Database support
Getting Memento wiki support
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This index gives you quick access to all pages in all sections of the wiki.
The Memento database application, like most applications, is composed of 3 parts: the user interface, the application, and the data structure. The index is divided into the following sections:
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- Memento overview - editions & platforms
- Database structure - libraries, fields, & entries
- User interface - Using the Mobile edition, Android platform
- User interface - Using the Mobile edition, iOS platform
- User interface - Using the Desktop edition, Windows platform
- User interface - Using the Desktop edition, MacOS platform
- User interface - Using the Desktop edition, Linux platform
- Making a database into an application - Scripting, Orchestration, etc
- Administration - backup/restore, Import/Export, etc
- Support - Yada
The Memento UI (User Interface): How to use Memento
The Mobile edition UI
|The Mobile edition: The Mobile edition: The Android and soon the iOS platform||Screens & cards||Libraries List screen|
The Desktop edition UI
|The Microsoft Windows, Apple MacOS, and Linux platforms||Windows & panes|
See About:Architecture of the Memento app to see how Memento works & is put together.
Appendix: Scripting (extending) Memento: Defining your own actions to be taken when events take place
The application section is made up of the Memento app itself and then, optionally, actions to be taken as specified by scripting by the user, as described here.
Appendix: The Memento Data Structure: Databases, libraries, fields, etc
Libraries can be linked so they can work together as a database. So, each library has a structure of fields & other things (see below for what make up its structure), and each database has a structure of libraries & links between them (see About:Database structure#Examples for an example).
Data Analysis (Slicing & dicing) (Sorting, grouping, filtering, aggregation, & charting)
|Slicing & Dicing||Entries List screen||How:Slice & Dice Library Data|
Scripting, Calculation, & App Integration
|Scripting||Calculation field||Tasker Integration|
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Installation & settings
|Installation & settings||Memento Settings|
Import, export, synchronization, backup, & restore
|Backup & Restore||Importing and exporting data||How:Backup & Restore|
Cloud, platforms, & collaboration
|Editions & Platforms
Cloud storage and Teamwork
|About:Editions & Platforms||Spec:Cloud Library Status card|
|Memento Client Applications||Memento Clients||Tips:Team for Business|
Use one of the following avenues of support for Memento Database & its user wiki...
Support for Memento Database
Support for Memento Database is provided by the product vendor, LuckyDroid, by filling out a form and submitting it or by send an email message to . The vendor generally responds within a few days.
Support for the Memento wiki
The Memento Wiki is supported by a team of users who have committed to maintaining & enhancing the wiki.
NOTE: Bill, ask Vasiliy for a firstname.lastname@example.org email address. I'll direct it to my email address until such time as Beth asks that I redirect it to her email address.
Uninstalling, if desired
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NOTE: Check Memento Help for instructions