Support for Google Drive storage via cloud services.1,439 votes
We currently support creating and restoring backups to/from Google Drive via the local backup settings: http://feedback.squidnotes.com/knowledgebase/articles/1185616
I understand that this does not meet everyone’s needs. Adding support for Google Drive to the automatic backup options is something we continue to investigate.
I recently wrote an open letter to Cloud Storage providers on this subject: https://medium.com/steadfast-innovation/open-letter-to-cloud-storage-apps-on-android-a2d0eb919fc4
Please encourage your favorite cloud storage provider (i.e. Google Drive) to fully support the Android Storage Access Framework (as stated in the above letter). This will not only help us to better support backup and restore to ANY cloud app, but will help the ecosystem as a whole.
Provide a way to better organize notes, beyond the current notebook organization. This could be done with nested notebooks or folders, labels for notes, sections, chapters, etc.2,171 votes
We’d love your feedback about this idea! https://forms.gle/T5pZP196wSH4QNwcA
I would like to have my notes automatically appear on my other note devices with papyrus installed. E.g. Create a note on note 2 and it appears on my note 10 1. If possible allow editing too from that device.1,999 votes
I know that everyone has been waiting a long time for sync and I want to reassure you that it is high on our list of priorities. As users of Squid ourselves, it’s something we really want as well! We appreciate your patience.
This is something we’ve been investigating since the app’s inception and we continue to investigate constantly. Syncing is a very difficult problem to solve, especially with regards to handwritten notes which can be combined with images and text and contain backgrounds from multiple PDFs. I don’t have an ETA for when sync will be supported, but rest assured this is a high priority for us. We appreciate everyone’s feedback on this idea.
This new stylus claims to support android but no apps support it. Papyrus could be the first! I have long awaited the ability to use a Wacom style device with only Bluetooth. This pen is just that. It can send angle, pressure, and shake data over Bluetooth LE.3 votes
We completely agree and would love to have a stylus to recommend to users that behaves like an active pen on a device without active pen capabilities. We’ve reached out to Hex3 and we look forward to testing the device.
Also, there are some exciting new capabilities in the upcoming Android M release that adds much better support for Bluetooth styluses.
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