Some of you might not find "GoodNotes" from the Share sheet as you're trying to share a PDF/Image in an external app with GoodNotes.
Unfortunately, GoodNotes has little control over this. While an app can declare that it's compatible with certain file types like PDFs, it's up to the iOS/iPadOS system to decide what apps to include in the Share sheet based on your usage patterns, especially when it comes to the popular PDF/PNG/JPEG format that many apps can open.
That said, here are some tips to get GoodNotes prioritized for appearance in that sheet:
- Scroll the very top row of the Share sheet all the way to the right, tap More (...), tap "Edit" and tap the green plus button next to "GoodNotes", "Copy to GoodNotes", or "Open in GoodNotes." Tap Done.
- Spend more time importing PDFs/images from within GoodNotes via the New... > Import button in the app. Hopefully the system will learn this typical workflow and start putting GoodNotes in the Share sheet.
- Import this "Open in GoodNotes 5" shortcut into your device: Open the link, choose Get Shortcut. When the Shortcuts app pops up, choose Add Untrusted Shortcut, exit the Shortcuts app and try sharing a PDF from an external app. Tap this new entry in the Share sheet to open the PDF in GoodNotes.
Using GoodNotes on a device managed by an organization (University, School, Company)
In some cases, GoodNotes may not appear in the Share Sheet because the organization that manages the device you're using hasn't enabled third-party app access. Please ask your IT department to verify and enable GoodNotes to accept and share documents from/with other apps.