Maths
would love to see more mathematics tools such as a ruler, a pencil compass, a real life scale on the paper, and maybe even a calculator within the app. Maybe a calculator you can move on the screen or click it with your finger to summarize an easy equation? I bought an iPad intending to only use your app for all of my notes when I go into college now, but unfortunately I do not see myself using this app for mathematics just yet. Pie charts, gifs and videos in the notes would also be very helpful. (I could for example film how my teacher did an equation or a lab experiment and simply paste it into my notes) it would also be very nice to have the opportunity to use premade symbols in your notes like arrows etc.

Henning commented
As a math teacher I can say: this please! I'd like to stick to Goodnotes, but for teaching math, I need a ruler, a way to measure angles and a circle at least. If it's hard to implement, publish a big math package for a small amount of money ... but adding this without charge would make Goodnotes the Nr. 1 recommendation for math, physics, ...

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Edgar f Mendez commented
An easier way to plot graphs would be amazing

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Abel Yussuf commented
I recenetly switched to Flexcil Notes for maths, much better in my opinion.

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Lohita Niwal commented
yes i m maths teacher looking for same

Anonymous commented
Good notes is so helpful but it would be better if there was a math compass as one of the tools.

Anonymous commented
Goodnotes is already great for teaching, but Mathjax support in text boxes would be a huge improvement for me. Now I hace to write equations somewhere else and paste them as images.

Andrew commented
Inline Latex support and rendering

Nick commented
This can be added through Webkit support of Swift language through MathJaX or KaTeX, please consider carefully.

Pandora Sisters commented
I would like to have it too. I didn’t vote because my votes has finished for the day.

Ka commented
As a teacher, it'd be really helpful to have a pencil compass. There isn't a good iPad app for teaching geometry and I have been using Goodnotes to teach my algebra class!

Maike177 commented
That would be so helpful