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.
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.
Sorry for taking so long to post an official response on this idea. Thanks Shiraz for suggesting posting an update/explanation. Please continue to provide your feedback!
Shahroze Wajid commented
It's the best note taking app and this feature is a must!!!
This is basic for a cloud age.
Totally agree. This is the only thing is stopping this wonderful note taking app from be the best handwriting app ever. I really need too be able to access my notes on all of my devices.
Shiraz Mistry commented
26 August 2015 - A new name (http://feedback.papyrusapp.com/knowledgebase/articles/716574), but still no word from the company on the progress of this suggestion. Maybe the developer or developers have left the company. Maybe this is too hard a task. Who knows. It would be nice to get some update from Steadfast Innovation.
Leo “YOURFACE” Rodriguez commented
I would like not to have to jump through hoops when I want to review a notebook on one device that was created on a different device.
Sadir Omer commented
That would be a awesome features to have..
Can you please add a synchronization between devices. This app is amazing but adding across device synchronization would be awesome.
Shiraz Mistry commented
I believe that the benefit of having an app like Papyrus to quickly jot down notes is the purpose of it. As the app has developed over time, I am happy to support (and pay for) the direction the team is taking. What I would like to see (and possibly a copy) is for sync to happen on my two Android devices. Maybe we can have an update from a member of the team since this suggestion began the investigation on Dec 21, 2014.
ACTION: Can a member of the team update us, please?
N Harvey commented
Was so disappointed that my new Surface Pro 3 couldn't share notes with my Galaxy Note. I use Papyrus to run my entire life, so it would be so nice!! I'd pay $$ for this feature!!
Guillermo González de Garibay commented
I guess it is complicated because of the format, but a nice idea would be to use PDF as the only format, instead of the dual PDF and backup-file (in whichever format you use internally).
In that way the transition:
open PDF from cloud --> edit --> close&save-to-cloud
could be seamless, such as in simple PDF editors like Adobe Acrobat.
You could still have the option "keep in notebook".
I cannot add more votes to this... take them all!!!
Jeff Stroup commented
I'd love to have my notes sync between Surface and my SG Note Pro 12.2
I am trialing your cloud backup option & whilst it worked initially with only a few notes in Papyrus, now with a lot more notes (imported PDFs) it just fails to back up.
I keep bouncing between LectureNotes & Papyrus because whilst I prefer the scrolling in Papyrus & the speed at which it imports & generally gets things done, moving between devices & having the files available (Dropsync) on both is actually possible in LectureNotes.
Translated from: Poder compartir entre distintos dispositivos (tablet, telefono y ordenador)
Asim D commented
Have to add my opinion to everyone else: S Note may not be ideal, but at least it offers free sync across all your devices via Samsung Account. It is great that I can back up to Dropbox, but real SYNC needs to be implemented - even if it is an added IAP.
Right now, the only way to do "sync" is to go to Device 1, do a backup, then go to Device 2 and do a "restore database" from the backup you just created from Device 1. However, if you have a new note on Device 1, and you added a new note to Device 2, then this is impossible, because you'll lose one note.
Hey developers! I see people ask you for a features that most apps already have. I also think of buying vip services but I see there's no future for your app. I ALSO WANT TO HAVE SYNC AND SHARING!
Matt Ion commented
Gotta agree, pretty disappointed that I paid for the cloud services and then found out that ALL it does is backup the notebooks to my Dropbox. If Evernote adds full SPEN support, Papyrus will become redundant.