Not yet! The beta version of GoodNotes on Windows is a separate note-taking app. For now, it doesn’t currently sync with GoodNotes 5 for iOS and Mac.
However, in order to view your iPad notes, you can generate a share link to your notebook to access them from your browser. Here’s a quick guide.
The GoodNotes on Windows beta is still a separate app from GoodNotes 5. Here are the key differences you can expect from the GoodNotes on Windows Beta:
The first version of GoodNotes for Windows will be available in 2023. However, you can already sign up to use the beta experience for free.
While in beta, the limit is 20 notebooks.
Nope. While testing the beta, you can try GoodNotes on Windows completely for free. In exchange, we only ask for your feedback to help us improve.
Existing Microsoft users, or anyone with a Microsoft account, as you’ll need to use a Microsoft email to sign into GoodNotes on Windows. Additionally, we will be prioritizing student and teacher sign-ups for our first few rounds of beta invites!
We have a feedback forum specifically for GoodNotes for Windows! During the beta period we will be monitoring your requests. You can also see which suggestions we are considering. Feel free to leave your feedback here.