You can place the note, document, sketch, or image you're working on in your Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box account by choosing "Send to Cloud" from the Share menu and then tapping "Upload" in the upper right of the popover.
If you place a note in Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box, NoteSuite will ask you to choose whether you would like it formatted as Plain Text or PDF. Choose "PDF" if your note contains images or text formatting you'd like to preserve. Otherwise, "Plain Text" is the most compatible file format.
If you have not yet set up your Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box account in NoteSuite, you'll see a screen that asks you for your login information. NoteSuite will then open Safari so you can authorize your device directly with the cloud service.
Sharing Files with Others Through the Cloud
Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box make it easy to share files you create in NoteSuite with other people.
Just create a shared folder within your Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box folder. You can create shared folders on the their websites, or on your Mac or PC. You will then see this shared folder in your Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box directory within NoteSuite. Now, you can either copy notes and documents from your NoteSuite directory into this shared folder or import notes and documents from your shared folder into NoteSuite.
Once you've created a shared folder, the cloud service will let you invite the people you'd like to share it with. Once they've accepted your invitation, your shared folder will automatically appear in their folders, as well.
Of course, if someone else invites you to share their cloud folder, the shared folder they've created will also appear in your Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box directory in NoteSuite, making it really easy to send files back and forth.
More information about sharing folders through Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box is available on their websites.