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Last updated: November 20, 2017

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Ever scribbled ideas on a piece of paper and drawn lines between related thoughts? Then you already know what Scapple does. It's a virtual sheet of paper that lets you make notes anywhere and connect them using lines or arrows.

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2017. Scapple 1.3 for macOS

The new version Scapple 1.3 introduced refreshed and a couple of very nifty new features. Now you can add labels to the connecting lines between notes. To do so, simply select two notes and then choose "Connection Label..." from the "Notes" menu or the contextual menu. To edit a label, double-click on it. Scapple's Inspector is now incorporated into the side of the window, rather than being a floating panel. This change has allowed us to add something pretty cool—you can now create and assign note styles directly from the Inspector. The Inspector has a new "Note Styles" pane that can be expanded to reveal the note styles for your current Scapple document.