I teach regularly from a 150 page document of mostly simple text, lots of Scripture references, an occasional chart and some tables. It also has footnotes, multiple levels of headings, and so on.
So in a dream world I would turn this document into a user note and be able to show the class the underlying passages on my iPad as we went along. I always teach from my iPad for a variety of reasons.
Importing on a certain unnamed competitor honestly generates a really great looking document (straight from the Doc). It preserves my formatting, recognizes Scripture references, even grabs tables. Footnotes work just right. It would require very minimal work to have the document completely going for me—just insert the charts manually. Everything else is there. But this unnamed software doesn't support user modules on mobile. And it hasn't seen progress in that department for 3+ years. It's not going to happen.
Of course, Accordance handles user modules on iOS without a hitch. Really sharp. But... the importing of a complex document just isn't there. In fact, I don't see my getting the document into Accordance. It would be colossal. Headings don't come through; footnotes don't work. Honestly, little to none of the original formatting was preserved (though the outline did come out correctly in titles).
So I'm wondering if there might be some incremental improvement someday on the user tool import. Any other hints on how to do this well?
Thanks for the great work!