You have given us access to 3 additional colors, I would like to have a minimal of 8-10 accessible colors on the zoom in bar when writing. I color code while taking notes and although 3 is a great start we should be able to add as many colors allowed on this tool bar area. Please see attach file below
I second this, very, very important. Thank you for great work!
At first it would be very important that it is possible to get the coulour switches back at the zoom window at all !!!
Adding some more would be fine anyways.
As an alternative... if you have an Apple Pencil, you can double tap to show colour palette. By default it changes to eraser tool, but this is configurable in settings.
Gabriel M commented
On OneNote I have 14 different colored pens and highlighters up top. GoodNotes is superior today one note in almost every way except this one. But I color code my. Notes so I am forced to used one note. Having more color options up top and possibly even allowing pens and highlighters like one note would be a huge draw to people who color code.
Also changing thickness is not important enough to have that much space up top, other colors are.
David C commented
Absolutely a neccessity for those of us who COLOR CODE our notes! Please, please, please make this an option! :-D
This could go along with the option to have a CUSTOMIZABLE TOOLBAR. To allow us to choose the amount of "ready-to-use" colors are in the toolbar.
Yes, This is so useful. I normally use Black, Red, Green and Blue. At present, we are limited by 3.
This should not only be available in ZOOM section, but also in the regular area right above.
ZoomNotes, Flexcil, have multiple options available and they are so quick to switch over.
Adding 3 itself was great in GoodNotes 5, compared to none in GoodNotes 4.
Marius Kaffka commented
I sometimes use more than 3 colors and I would like to have a feature, to add more colors circles to the tool bar. As you can see in the picture, the tool bar leaves plenty of space for more circles. Maybe you can add those by using drag-and-drop out of the window, which opens by tapping the arrow of the selected color-circle.