Ability to export documents or pages to PDF
Feature parity with the iOS version. Being able to do this would make me ditch OneNote immediately.
📣 Exciting news! GoodNotes for Windows, Android, and Web now allows you to effortlessly export your notes as PDF files. Once you've created your notes, you can save them directly to your device, then you can conveniently upload them to your preferred cloud storage for secure backup. You can learn more about how to export notebook as PDF on this help article: https://support.goodnotes.com/hc/en-us/articles/7191131990287
Johannes Weber commented
Hei, first of all thanks for adding the feature into the Beta. I still do have some problems with ist (in case i try to export the notebook i get the error message "file couldnt be exported. pls try again"). i am trying to export a notebook in which i changed the template during the creation process.
I would be super happy if somebody could help me with that.
Gaurav Yadav commented
Quality of the exported files is bad to be used anywhere. please fix this.
Please bring this feature out as fast as possible.
Sergio Esteve commented
This would be one of the most important functions for me.
Bianca Ilie commented
YES i need this feature so much!!
Hope to add typing function
I agree. It would be nice if I can export my annotated file in PDF format and share it with friends who don't use Goodnotes.
Hasan Arslan commented
Came here to say this. This is one feature that will propel the software well beyond its competitors.
Kevin Wu commented
I agree with this post too! When I try to print my document as a pdf, it shows blank pages.
Sergio Esteve commented
Being able to export my notes to pdf would be incredibly useful. Sometimes I need to print my notes and it is a function that the application does not allow me yet. I would appreciate it if that idea could be appreciated.
Campbell Lee commented
Vote for this as well - I hadn't used the signing functionality with adobe to sign pdf's due to having such a good intuative system with iOS good notes 5 - the ability to export to Goodnotes from Outlook app, sign, and then re-export from GN5 to Outlook to email was fantastic
Anna Rhodes commented
Printing out something / connecting to a printer from an IOS device is finicky at best. Being able to print an individual page or set of pages directly from the app would be very helpful.
Camila Méndez commented
Having an export notes option would be awesome, other could see notes even without goodnotes
Billy Sweeney commented
There is no GoodNotes file stored on your computer. GN Windows is running as a Web App through Microsoft Edge, so all of your notebooks are stored on the GN cloud. I'm actually a little bit concerned about this because I didn't see any notification stating that my stuff is on the cloud and how it's going to be used...
Giovanni Romanò commented
We can't print pdf, we can't send notes to other people.
I believe this feature is available in the IOS version. Being able to download a notebook would be extremely helpful for students like me who want to save or print everything we write.
I'm not sure where the good note document file for Windows is stored on the computer.
Also, it would be nice to add the ability to import and export documents.
Even if the documents made by Apple products are not synchronized, if the extension is .goodnote, it should still be a lot of functions, but I hope it can be viewed for viewers.
I'd like to add an automatic backup function.
Printing exists as an option, however unless you set it to fx. A3 and zoom out, you get the error
"Switch to desktop view for editing experience
You'll not be able to add or modify content in your notebook. Switch to a larger device or increase the view size to enable editing features" There exists an "Okay" button which is unclickable.
This appears both on a Galaxy Pro 2 15.6" laptop with a touch screen (to write by hand) and a 13" surface pro 7 (to also write by hand). Even setting it to A5, the printing is skewed, so that half the page disappears.
TLDR: Printing does not work properly on Goodnotes Windows.
Omar Alaloch commented
It would be helpful if you can insert photos and convert the notes to PDF