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Add the ability to send a note as an email or email attachment.

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      • Rob commented  · 

        Insane that this does not seem to be a feature. Whole point of having a tablet is to be mobile and email my notes back to the office.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I would like my money back. I cant email this doc.

      • Red Isaac commented  · 

        This is an absolute must for me as I need to share editable notes with my collaborators who also have papyrus on their android devices. Sharing via dropbox would be nice too. As far as I know now one can only back up to dropbox.

      • Anon commented  · 

        Share a page or notebook as PDF/JPG/PNG email Attachment in an existing email conversation, (not a new email thread )would be great, Its a regular occurrence that I would draw a note to add to an existing conversation, or add a page from an existing note book to an existing email conversation.

        Right now I must email to myself, then open the email to me Save attachment, then add the attachment to the existing conversation.

        If a new email conversation or thread has to be created, then the context of the note is lost.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        how to send it to someone

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        It is already implemented through PDF export, you are then asked to select an app to which to hand over the PDF of your note. You can then choose, for instance, your email app. Works like a charm for several versions now. I'm using it to export my notes as PDF or jpegs.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Several free apps provide this feature (and a
        So sharing with Google drive etc). Like this app best but this feature is critical for it to be useful.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Several free apps provide this feature (and a
        So sharing with Google drive etc). Like this app best but this feature is critical for it to be useful.

      • Skyler Boerens commented  · 

        you can do this via pdf export, select sharing, select email program (Ive successfully done it with GMAIL so do not know other programs but assume most would work). Of course you have to buy the premium feature but still that functionality does exist.

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