Sync between devices
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.
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 in regards to handwritten notes which can be combined with images and text. I don’t have any kind of ETA for when syncing will be supported, but rest assured this is a high priority for us. We appreciate all your feedback on this idea.
i have just bought squid feature backup/restore. I would have thought this meant also syncing just like my samsung S-notes provides auto syncing for multiple devices. Syncing should come as default nowadays for multiple devices.
Kind of dissapointed. Please work on this "standard" features if you would like to make your app at par with others
Hi. There are is a way to transfer notes between android and windows (and viceversa)? [I'm not asking for sync, thing that actually seems to be still a problem]
@Sean Ferguson No news. I 100% agree with you though. Syncing is a big thing. It would be awesome to sync notes between devices, especially now with Android apps coming to Chromebooks.
As I've mentioned, this is something that's constantly at the top of our minds and that we're continually investigating. It's really difficult to do correctly and we want to do it right.
I know that's not the answer you want to hear, but rest assured, this is just as important to us as it is to you all (if not more so). We wish we had sync years ago! But alas, it's not that simple.
Sean Ferguson commented
Any news on when this will be completed?
I see you have done other updates and responses to other thread that are not as much a priority to everyone.
THIS IS A BIG THING!!!
I haven't found another note taking app like Squid, and would love to continue using, but it NEEDS syncing, not backup and restore.
Shiraz Mistry commented
This app support here is so bad and the founder (Andrew Hughes) is no longer interested in this forum.
Just look at the date it was investigated and our collective responses.
I personally have removed the app and am leaving this forum.
What's there to investigate? Syncing is commonplace now. Implement the existing technology.
Guys, cross platform sync really is a standard these days and squid although a great app for handwritten notes is way behind. Allowing the app to use google drive, dropbox and other cloud storage services will mean that the file is stored in one location and accessible from multiple devices.
While I appreciate you are investigating this, it really does need sorting quickly. There are many other note platforms that provide this functionality. Evernote being one of the main competitors!.
For Google Drive sync, please also vote on this idea: http://feedback.squidnotes.com/forums/177239-general/suggestions/6379530-add-google-drive-as-a-cloud-option
For sync with google drive vote on this idea: http://feedback.squidnotes.com/forums/177239-general/suggestions/6379530-add-google-drive-as-a-cloud-option
Being a paying and avid long time user of this app it's very disappointing to deduct that there really can't be any development going on. The last update was over a year ago without giving any hint as to progress or expected completion. As sad as I am to admit it I am now actively looking for alternatives to squid. I would even go as far as suggesting this thread moves on to finding that alternative since everyone here wants the same functionality. I'm leaning towards OneNote but am not keen on the lack of drawing/ writing options. Has anyone else managed to find a better option including sync?
Kiran Mantripragada commented
Can we use dropbox for example to synchronize across devices ?
Andrew, if you could even export a single notebook to start, and in a importable/editable format (JSON/XML maybe?), then you could at least export from one device and import to another, to add it to the import device's library.
(try this again, deleting previous comment)...
Andrew, if you stored everything in XML or JSON, then it would be easier to use something like Google drive or Dropbox. Using Google's drive APIs, you could have Squid read/write directly from GDrive and there would be no syncing required on your part.
Yolanda Nelson commented
Or at least make it so that you can save your note to an sd card or email it to yourself
Yolanda Nelson commented
Make it so that the squid on my phone and the squid on my tablet are in sync with each other
Manuel Malagon commented
It would be nice to have actual synchronization.
Right now I have t he app in my note 4 and note 10.1 and I can just create new notes in the tablet because there is no way of creating notes on both and add sync between the devices. You just either back up or restore and that means overriding the contents of one device with the contents of the other and that is definitely overkill for the app. I don't carry around the tablet everywhere and sometimes I need to make notes in my phone but I can't since I have tons of documents I've created on the tablet and I don't want them to get "overwritten" when doing a restore from the phone. I mean having the ability of creating notes on the go with the phone and later review, modify, and edit on a tablet is a must. The app is nearly perfect, just this issue is very annoying. I've had the app for years now and this is the only feature that for me is missing to be able to say is perfect. And don't give me wrong, it's my favorite app for note taking and I even have the premium version, but I just would like to have the cloud sync feature.
Please, I'm begging for this feature!!!
KimBoo York commented
I have a Surface Pro 4 tablet and a Samsung Galaxy 5 phone, I really really need syncing across devices!
I have a new phone and would like to get all my pdf's from my old phone. How would I do that?
Randy Astle commented
The easiest way to support this (and the smartest IMO) is to add support for any of the existing cloud storage services: dropbox, OneDrive, etc.No need to re-invent the wheel and let people use their existing cloud storage for the purpose.
Agreed. Let me know if you find a good alternative.