Sometimes to sketch things out letter or DIN A4 are to short, so it would nice to have endless paper (like OneNote). Which you can scale if you need to print it out. Or have something like 4 DIN A4 papers which fit together with tesa strip.
Ricardo Lopes commented
Sometimes I am making notes about something I am studying and it would look better if I could simply continue until the end of the study without having to continuously keep adding new pages.
I just need to create endless threads in order to record notes from daily checkins. I don't want it limited to a page per session or so. I can do that with a physical notepad. I'm baffled why this is not a feature in a digital notebook
These days I am trying to sketch some mobile app interfaces. As these interfaces can be scroll up/down and left/right, an additional option to extend the width or length of the paper can be really helpful.
Stefan Bien commented
Would love that feature!
Chris Jahn commented
Same here. I use GoodNotes mostly for scribbles or low-res wireframes of webpages and interfaces and it'd be awesome if i could expand the paper i have down to the size i need.
I usually don't know the needed size when i start scribbling, so a function to expand the "artboard" would be awesome.
Yes I would like this for lists, otherwise I may not realise when a list ends.