It’s not really intended that these slipped through the net. In Dorico 4 you’ll be able to access them not only from the menus but also via the Shift+I popover, which we disabled for the iPad release, but I neglected to remove the dedicated commands altogether.
We’ll discuss this internally, but don’t be surprised if these disappear from the next iPad update, only to reappear after Dorico 4 is released.
The tools that we have been working on are super-cool, though, and you might find it hard to believe that it took something like nine months to develop this set of transformation tools for pitches and rhythms in such a way that they always do what you expect, work across multiple voices, handle all kinds of notations besides notes, and so on. The result of all that hard work is something that goes far beyond even the wonderful plug-ins developed by Bob Zawalich for Sibelius over the years, and it’s built right in to the software.
But all of that is supposed to wait for Dorico 4…