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    Dan Nichols commented  · 

    This would infinitely increase the power of this application. Imagine if you could share your notebooks acutely to the page. One exciting application would be creating calendars with Goodnotes. You could simply create a weblink to share the page of a monthly calendar template, filled in with your handwritten events.

    Then you could simply paste this link within the title of an event of a sync-capable calendar e.g. Apple Calendar or Google Calendar. This would allow you to have an actual handwritten calendar far superior to those in the app store presently. This would allow users to infinitely scale up the applications of GoodNotes, the only thing holding them back will be imagination capabilities :D

    The shared link doesn't have to take the user to an editable page, it can just be the stored image of the page for viewing. The web-editing would also be a game-changer, but is surely a bigger investment and can come later.

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    Hey everyone, in GoodNotes 5, we added the ability to set the scrolling direction to “vertical”: https://support.goodnotes.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000118135-How-to-set-the-scrolling-direction-to-horizontal-or-vertical

    We’re using a framework for page handling that treats every page as a separate file. This allows things like:
    - export of a selection of pages
    - easy reordering of pages within a document
    - rotation of pages
    - adding images/photos as standalone pages
    - mixing multiple file types (PDF, Word, PowerPoint, GoodNotes) in a single document
    - etc.

    Since each page is an individual file, a truly infinite sheet is not feasible with the current framework.

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    Dan Nichols commented  · 

    In response to the moderator's comment; This seems easy enough to do if you create a squared expansion to every demand to expand beyond the present page.

    For instance, one would start with a single page, then go to 2x2 = 4 pages, and if you are presently required to assign 4 files (one to each page), then they could coded to appear to the user as a single page. This would continue on 3x3=9 pages for each expansion beyond the presently viewed limit.

    This could even be done 1x1 If the user expands space on the right, add a page as if it were horizontally scrolled. IF the user expands space below, THEN add a page file below and set it as linked to the page above.

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