Mathematical input option
Recognize handwritten notes as typed text and unique a mathematical input option like the app MATHPAD

Casey Marnocha commented
Ability to edit handwritten (converted) latex is a musthave feature. If there are any issues in the conversion process, the only remedy is to rewrite the equation and try converting again. Getting a bulk of the latex code correct and editing misconversions seems like a winwin for all involved. No need to have a debugger either. If it compiles after edit, great, else notify the issue that they simply must have an error in their edited script.

Lahank Dagly commented
I have some feedback and features that I would like to see added to the current (experimental) math conversion tool. Currently when you convert handwritten math to typed text it sometimes doesn't include all the math, or read some of it wrong, so I tried editing the latex text that can be seen at the bottom right other converting, but I am unable to edit it. Therefore, it would be useful to be able to edit the typed math right after conversion to be able to rectify some errors in the Al's interpretation and/or simply add things. Thanks!
TLDR, make it possible to edit the latex after using the math conversion tool.

Lahank Dagly commented
Yes! It would be incredibly nice to have this feature since the math conversion tool doesn't always convert the math correctly, thus having a way to edit the result would be very useful. Please add this, especially considering that the math conversion tool is still in its "experimental phase".

Anthony D’Arienzo commented
The handwriting > LaTeX conversion works well, but it would be gamechanging if I could manually edit the LaTeX in the (currently readonly) box at the bottom of the screen. As a professional mathematician, this would be critical for converting complicated formulae.

Sandrine GRANDJEAN commented
I'm waiting for this option too. It's essential to me, I'm a french math teacher.
Thanks for all. 
josheplino commented
Recognizing handwritten notes as typed text and providing a mathematical input option similar to the app MathPad typically requires specialized software or applications that utilize optical character recognition (OCR) and mathematical recognition algorithms.
There are several existing tools and applications that offer mathematical input options, allowing users to input mathematical equations or expressions directly. Some popular examples include MathType, Microsoft Mathematics, Wolfram Alpha, and LaTeXbased editors like Overleaf.
To integrate such functionality into your own application or website, you may need to explore available APIs or libraries that provide OCR and mathematical recognition capabilities. Services like Google Cloud Vision API or Microsoft Azure OCR can be used for handwriting recognition, and math recognition libraries like MyScript Math or MathJax can handle mathematical expressions. https://www.myccpay.vip/
It's important to thoroughly research and evaluate the available options to choose the solution that best fits your specific requirements and technical capabilities.

Johannes Wenzel commented
It would be a really good feature.
Something like Desmos, where you can put in some math functions and it creates the graph. 
Rakesh Bharati commented
It would be great, LaTeX syntax is necessary for me.

Eric Elms commented
Would be super useful for anyone taking math or science classes

Romit Barua commented
Putting in one more comment in support of Latex support!

Petru commented
Notability has LaTeX support :)

Haleem Hawkins commented
Definitely should have Latex support. This feature should be extended to being able to support standard markdown since this would be targeted to more technical users.

jwleblan commented
Vector input/export support would largely solve this for me. LaTeXiT (no link because I see lots of bots in the chat) can do the heavy lifting. I just need to be able to put the resulting annotated vector PDF object in a notebook.

scruel commented
Notability crashed GoodNotes in this round of game by corporate with the Nebo team... more than 8 years, GoodNotes might will never support this feature in the future...

Anonymous commented
yes please

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Shion.M. commented
I STRONGLY hope that Goodnotes will support LaTeX; if Goodnotes' typing can express beautiful mathematical formulas, poeple in the sciences will be more inclined to use Goodnotes!

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Bob commented
This is really a good idea.