Please support pressure sensitivity and "Pencil" for Apple Pencil
It's obvious that Apple Pencil is pressure sensitive. When I'm writing with Surface Pen, the things written look natural, but on iPad, it doesn't. This makes me want to give up using OneNote cause the inequality of the experience across the platforms.
Also, there are only pen and highlighter in the iOS version, but the Windows version has an additional pencil option. Things written in pencil are displayed as pen on iOS.
Padre Pio commented
I would put an option to disable pressure sensitivity as well.
Rounak Soni commented
I’ve the same problem. Pls fix this Microsoft. Otherwise it’s the best app for notetaking.
I use notability only for its pressure sensitivity feature
Take a look at GoodNotes - the fountain and Brush opens allow creation of beautiful, expressive notes that stick in the mind much longer. Please catch up to this.
Add pencil mode - it is already in PowerPoint and Word for iPad...
Please Microsoft, add pencil mode like in Apple Notes app!
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Andriy Drozdyuk commented
The writing looks horrible compared to Notability or Good Notes 5. Please provide a different ink option.
It already supports pressure sensitivity, just not very sensitive.
ben enfield commented
The apple pencil registers contact before the pencil touches the screen. This causes leading and trailing lines each time the pencil is placed on the screen and picked up. The notes app, when in the "pencil" mode, appears to disregard this leading and trailing touch. It appears that the issue identified may be with the leading and trailing pressure sensitivity.
When I test it, it does support pressure sensitivity using Apple Pencil 2, it's just..... not very sensitive.
i.e. you have to write super hard to get some significant increase in thickness.
If there is a settings to adjust sensitivity multiplier, that will be nice.