What are the new features in GoodNotes 6 that are powered by Goodnotes AI?
- Math Conversion [Experimental]
- Word Complete [Experimental]
- AI Math Assistance [Experimental] (only in Exam Practice Courses)
- AI Typing [Experimental] (only for paying users - subscribers or one-time purchase)
I subscribe to Goodnotes 6, why do I not have access to all Goodnotes AI features?
Most of our AI features, namely Spellcheck, Word Complete, Math recognition, Interactive Exam Practice, and AI Math Assistance, are available in all markets. However, a few AI features are only available in certain regions or languages. For example, AI typing features aren’t available in the following regions at the moment:
- North Korea
What languages are supported in Word Complete and Spellcheck?
Spellcheck is currently available in English, German, Spanish, and Dutch. Word Complete is currently available in English, with more languages like Chinese being added soon.
Why are some Goodnotes AI features labelled as experimental?
As we take steps to improve these experimental features, at times, things may not work as well as expected and they may display inaccurate suggestions. Your active usage and contributions will help us improve the experience.
What platforms / OS support AI features in Goodnotes 6?
AI features are currently supported on all devices that are able to run Goodnotes 6. Word Complete requires a device with Apple Neural Engine to work, please see here for more details.
Which Goodnotes AI features are available to non-subscribers?
- Scribble to erase
- Circle to select
- Limited access to SAT exam prep courses
What other Goodnotes AI features are available for paid users?
Unlimited access to SAT exam prep courses
Handwriting and typed AI note-taking features
I am using an older version (GoodNotes 5). Can I still use Goodnotes AI features?
No, AI features are only available in Goodnotes 6. If you are using an older version of GoodNotes, you will not be able to use AI features.
Is personal data (handwriting/notebook content) used to train AI features?
Goodnotes assures users that it does not access or collect data from their notebooks to train its AI features. However, users of Goodnotes can voluntarily submit their data through ‘Feature Feedback’ under section 3.7.1. Goodnotes may use this information to improve its services, but only if it is submitted voluntarily.
For AI typing feature, we do not use your data to train AI models and we do not store the data in our servers except the case you explicitly put the document in our cloud. Any selected text you send via AI typing will be shared with our partners for the sole purpose of providing you with AI typing features.
AI handwriting features like Spellcheck and Word Complete that are based off our proprietary ML model are run entirely on device and the data is not sent anywhere so no one - including GoodNotes - can access it.
How can you contribute to improving GoodNotes AI features?
We’re always looking for ways to improve the accuracy and performance of our AI features. One way you can help is by providing feedback on problematic outputs. If you see any content/behaviour that is incorrectly processed, please let us know by providing feedback through our Contact Form.
Your feedback will help us to improve the accuracy and performance of our AI features. Thank you for your help!