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.
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.
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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.
Andrew, even a master-slave (read-only slave even) sync would be a great first step. So I could refresh my sketches on a 'slave' device as either read-only or knowing that any changes will not be persistent (a bit ugly ;v).
Let users decide where to start by having a setting to open Papyrus into a notebook, Starred or All Notes.
With the Tool Pack, you are able to create rectangles, ovals/circles, and straight lines.
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