Show GoodNotes Documents in a folder in the new iOS 11 Files App
Please show the GoodNotes documents in a folder in the Internal section of the new iOS 11 Files app next to the folders of Pages, Keynote and Numbers.
Accepting shared documents currently requires an iPhone/iPad, with the link can access the document in their GoodNotes app to edit.
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This idea is excellent. It's the main drawback of Goodnotes. The internal filing system is lacking in features such as colouring folders, etc, but also to not be able to drag and drop into a normal folder and have it appear in GoodNotes is a major drawback. C'mon! We're all in the cloud now, all about interoperability, get with it!
File management is a major headache (and shortcoming) in GoodNotes. This would be a very useful feature.
this would be great, and also maybe a way to sort notebooks into a file structure in the goodnotes app?
I’m using DevonThink as Files management. By the way it is an awesome app. Would be fantastic to choose a specific folder where GoodNotes put his files. This way you solve two problems :
1. Folder in Files app
2. Sync with WebDAV, because DEVONThink is able to sync with WebDAV including encryption which makes it very secure.
Many thanks for your help !
Clifford Hunter commented
Definitely a needed function.
My Vo commented
Yes, please, that Would be a big improvement....
Yes, very much needed. Creates double handling not to be able to send a PDF straight to GoodNotes.
Yes, please! I convert all docs to PDF and import to Goodnotes, so it's my main file system.
[Deleted User] commented
My CFO and I love good notes
Heather W commented
Ooo good one!
Yes it would be great to have a more familiar, visual or nested list view on GoodNotes files. The inte4nal file system is a bit clunky. Also, managing PDFs inside and outside the app would be much smoother.
This function is so important.....as for now, if I want to devise a files into 2 parts, I can only export to another app(notability, which has new File feature), then transfer back to good note...this is just complicated......
Good idea. As Markus said before
That's a really good idea. I would like to extend it: Ich should be possible to use the Files App for any operation, like export, import or sync.
Due to legal restrictions, I cannot use GoodNotes for business, as personal data isn't allowed to be stored in iCloud, DropBox etc.
Max Power commented
I really hope that becomes standard for every app so we finally have a usable file system.