While it is possible to create long notes in Nebo, it is important to remember that your device also needs to be able to process the content you are creating. Text, text size, colors, math, diagram, and sketch objects, along with imported images, etc., are all considered data by your device. Your device will limit the amount of RAM it makes available for non-OS operations, so devices with low RAM might not be the best choice for heavy note-taking. How much RAM does my device have?
If your device has 3 GB of RAM, it might struggle to process long notes, the Nebo app, and other apps running in the background. This might result in the device's operating system closing Nebo to ensure that there is sufficient RAM available for OD functions.
When Nebo detects that you are reaching a page content limit you will see a yellow notification banner at the top of your page. This banner will let you know that it is advisable to begin rounding off your notes and move to a new page.
To create a new page, simply select New Page in the banner. Nebo will create a new page using the page settings selected on your current page.
If you continue working on the page beyond this yellow notification point, you might start to see lag and a reduced response tile on your page, as your Device's RAM works to process any new content.
If you continue to add content a red notification banner will appear once the app detects that the risk of performance issues is too important to ignore and creating a new page is strongly advised. Working beyond this point, you are likely to see performance issues and may experience data loss, as your RAM works to process any new content.
Once again, to create a new page, simply select New Page in the banner. Nebo will create a new page using the page settings selected on your current page.
See here for more information about RAM: Random Access Memory (RAM)