Import PDF files

Text-only PDF files can be imported into Brainwave using the document conversion tools available in Google Docs. Files with images can also be imported this way although you may need to do some extra editing after importing to make sure they look correct.
First, update your Google Docs settings.

You can also select this option on a per-document basis as you upload so long as you have “Confirm settings before each upload” enabled.

Once uploaded, you will see the original PDF file image followed by just the text for each page. You can delete the images as they will not be needed.

Make sure the collection for the document is set as “Brainwave” and then sync with Brainwave. The note will be downloaded and can now be viewed/edited on your device.

Share your Brainwave notes

Did you know that you can share any of your synced Brainwave notes with anyone who has a Google Docs account. Create a shopping list and share with your significant other. Jot down some ideas to share with your business partners. Take notes during a lecture and share with your classmates.
Just press the “Share” button in Google Docs and enter the e-mail addresses of everyone you want to share with.
All your shared notes will be flagged as such in the documents list.

You can also sync any notes that others have shared with you to Brainwave by adding them to the “Brainwave” collection.