You badly need a detailed explanation of the various menus. If you can’t do that, I’m going to leave you.
We are in the process of adding a documentation for the product.
Could you please clarify what exactly we can help you with now?
Tom Browder commented
I apologize for the obvious emotional part of the comment. I have enjoyed and gotten a lot of use out of Termius for managing my remote Debian servers.
My frustration comes from the effort it takes to use the public key for remote access. It at the moment is kind of trial and error. For example, one of the first things I do for a new server setup is to disallow password login. That negates your vague FAQ immediately for establishing key contact with the server afterward. For most of your Linux users I suggest discussion of how to setup the key for use outside of Termius first (authorized_keys, .ssh, etc., or a good link to solid documentation. A set of flow charts might help. Note also the password for host access and the passphrase for a key are not clearly deliniated, at least to me.
If it’s any consolation, other terminal programs for iOS have the same problems.
Thanks for a good product, but decent documentst