It needs to support multi-page documents. I wouldn't even mind it as a swipe option in addition to document and whiteboard. Maybe swipe up, with document selected, and it changes between single page docs and multi-page docs?
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When I have a deal with a document, which has a lot of sheets, it's real annoying and losing time to take desigion after each of photo.
So, you can add a new button like "+/next page/ smth else" besides of "ready" button. When you get all the photoes, press "ready" and take one desigion for all recognized pages (1 common pdf file/all in photo library etc)
Take more than one pictures and make one PDF
Make it possible to export multiple photos at once. When I have 500+ photos to export it takes several hours to do so. Mass exporting even in smaller groups of 5 or 10 would've saved me lots of time
Adding several scans in one pdf document.
Allow the user to take multiple shots of the same object, preferably supporting different angles also, and have the app automatically stitch them together to create a much higher detailed photo of that object. Even if some user intervention is needed to do rough alignments of pictures.
Capture a lot pics in one time and export to photo album or save as pdf file!
I need to scan a fuse multiple pages in odd file . Camscanner app does that for me but not well enough .
The app should have the option of making ink annotations after the document is scanned in order to highlight a particular line etc. also it should have the option of importing documents from other apps to lens or from Camera Roll to Lens app
Add the ability to define multiple upload locations in onedrive, like a folder for receipts a folder for business cards, ect., then have the ability to define one location as default