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    Brandon Edling commented  · 

    I, too, would like password protection on notebooks, but in honesty, it’s redundant. It would be akin to having multiple locks on a door, which isn’t necessary if you have a solid deadbolt already built-in (aka the built-in iOS security).

    Using FaceID or TouchID with an alphanumeric passcode is all you need.

    For those who say that they can’t use GoodNotes for legal docs because it doesn’t have a password, that’s ridiculous. The apps you’re using daily on your Windows or Mac don’t have built-in password security, and if they do, they’re easy to break (Word password protection).

    To those who think that GoodNotes hasn’t implemented passwords because they want to read our notes, well that’s just so stupid I don’t even want to spend time constructing an argument that counters that.