Line Spacing for Text
In this update, we get line spacing options for our text. If you don’t already have it on your toolbar, long press an empty space above your keyboard (where all your text features are) and then drag the new feature where you want it. You can now use one of three line spacing options (1.0, 1.5 or 2.0).
In your Settings, under Typing, you can also set the default line spacing for your notes in the app.
LaTeX Editing for Math Equations
When I saw this update, all I saw was, ‘Added the ability to edit Math Equations’ and our team jumped to the app. The corner of my eye caught the LaTeX part but I chose to gracefully ignore it… until I tried to use it. Then I got an ‘Aha’ moment.
This is certainly useful for Mathematicians, not ordinary users. If you are one of those mathematically advanced humans, let us know if this is a useful feature for you. We complained about the Math conversion having no editing capabilities, well, they have given us some.
If any of us in the studio were to use this, we’d rely heavily on searching through LaTeX codes online. It wouldn’t be a pleasant experience. Overall, the updates are small, but they are improvements we appreciate.