Remarkable has released a new firmware update for the Remarkable 2 writing slate. Version 3.4 is dedicated to cultivating a productive work environment with further improvements to your digital workspace. The company has just revised the PDF experience and made new changes to search and highlighting. Since launching the original reMarkable 1 paper tablet in 2017, the company has sold more than one million units.
Synchronization across devices is more seamless than ever before. Files now automatically sync in the background. This ensures that your most recent changes are always saved to the cloud, so you can pick up where you left off later on any device.
Setting custom view in PDFs
Remarkable has revamped the PDF reading experience, allowing users to set and apply a custom view to the entire document effortlessly. Now you can tailor the display according to your preferences, making navigating through your PDF files even easier.
If you own a Type Folio, you can now use keyboard shortcuts to move around inside My files, page overviews within documents, and folders. Use the arrow keys to navigate, select the highlighted document or folder with the spacebar, and open by pressing the enter key. The keyboard shortcuts can also be used in the desktop app.
More precise search
Our advanced search functionality has received a new upgrade. Users can now filter search results based on document type and tags, enabling them to quickly locate the information they need. Additionally, thumbnail previews of search results provide a visual overview, making it even more convenient to find the right document.
We understand the importance of flexibility when it comes to note-taking. With our latest update, we have introduced the option to turn off the snap-to-text feature of the highlighter. This gives users more freedom while sketching and marking up their documents, enabling a more flexible note-taking experience.
Michael Kozlowski has written about audiobooks and e-readers for the past twelve years. Newspapers and websites such as the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and the New York Times have picked up his articles. He Lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.