I would like to be able to use the arrow keys to navigate between pages rather than having to click on the arrow keys i the navigation bar.3 votes
You can do this using alt + left/right arrows. FYI, using just left/right (and up/down) arrows by themselves pans around the page. A complete list of shortcuts is available here: http://feedback.squidnotes.com/knowledgebase/articles/1201054.
Would like to see support for tablet mode split screen in Chrome OS13 votes
Split screen is fully supported by Squid. Whether this works on your Chromebook depends on which version of Chrome OS and device you have. In general, this should work on Chrome OS 70. However, it is currently broken on the Pixel Slate (running Chrome OS 71 with Android 9) as well as Chrome OS 72 with Android 9. Both of these issues have been reported to Google and should be fixed in a future update to Chrome OS.
If you ever have any issues with split screen, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what device and version of Chrome OS you’re on and we’ll let Google know about the issue if we haven’t already.
Allow duplicating a page within a note.85 votes
You can now duplicate a page from the “Page actions” menu. For details, please see this FAQ article: http://feedback.squidnotes.com/knowledgebase/articles/1906321.
Import PDF files directly from Google Drive on a Chromebook.95 votes
This is already possible. You just need to install the Google Drive Android app from Google Play on your Chromebook. Please see http://feedback.squidnotes.com/knowledgebase/articles/1874122 for further details.
Some of the comments on this idea appear to be for automatic Drive backup or sync. If that’s what you want, please vote here: http://feedback.squidnotes.com/forums/177239-general/suggestions/6379530.
I like being able to annotate .pdf versions of my professor's slides, however, if I want to add more notes, I have to go all the way to the end of the file, then add a page, then drag it to the right spot. It would be so much easier if I could just add a blank page right after my current page.11 votes
This is already possible (as Tony mentioned in the comments). Just long press the current page number to insert a page or PDF before the current page. Please see http://feedback.squidnotes.com/knowledgebase/articles/501193 and http://feedback.squidnotes.com/knowledgebase/articles/1136155
The ability to delete the page while you are on it, so that it doesn't save.1 vote
To delete the current page, long press on the current page number, then choose Delete page from the page actions menu.
You can export PDFs to any app that will accept a PDF.
I am a proffessor at a university and had been using your program very efficiently.
With the last update screen mirroring is not working.
As soon as I open Squid, screen mirroring connection is being lost.
I lost my other devices' mirroring ability with this update.
Please solve this problem urgently.
This issue has been fixed in the latest update.
Like when I take a screenshot in my android phone, press share, into squid, write a note, wonderful! There are a lot of other apps I can Share a screenshot into/ through, but Squid is not there, at least not on my device...15 votes
This was added a while back!
In the list of default apps that can open PDFs, I did not see squid listed. This means that each time I want to open a PDF, I have to open squid and import PDF. Then I have to search through all my files for the correct PDF. This seems like a waste of time. Do you think you could make squid available as one of the default PDF programs?3 votes
Squid should show up as an option when opening a PDF from another app. If it doesn’t, please contact support at email@example.com so we can investigate.
I currently do field surveys using squid. I am able to create a document using 1,2, or 3 page pdf templates. I can add additional note pages, but it would be awesome to pull in additional pdf files, in case I have to add more findings, rather than create additional reports and then export to a pc to combine the pdfs into 1 using adobe products.1 vote
You can do this by long pressing on the current page number while in a note and choosing Import PDF. We’re working on ways to make this more discoverable. :)
Would be nice to organize pages like delete a single page, move a page in front of other, and so on1,132 votes
You can now easily view all pages in a note by tapping the current page number while in a note!
From this screen you can long press a page, then drag and drop to move the page anywhere in the note.
You can also bulk delete pages in a note by long pressing a page, then tap any additional pages you want to delete, then tap the delete button in the action bar at the top.
In addition, you can clear the current page, select everything on the current page, delete the current page, and insert a page or PDF before or after the current page by long pressing on the current page number.
We’ll continue to add functionality to the page management screen, such as making it easier to insert pages and PDFs, as well as duplicating pages. Stay tuned!
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