Text formatting neceseary for scientific or mathematical equations
I'm writing a scientific description of metabolic processes, and I'd like to be able to have superscripts and scientific characters (alpha, beta, gamma), multiplication via "dot" symbol etc. For example, I'd like to write 57 kJ * mol1 and have that formatted automatically by Sway. I suspect that there will be some folks who will want to use Sway to present technical information, and this would be super helpful. Additionally, I'd like to just type things vs. having to use UI to generate the symbols that I want. So for example, I'd like to type delta G prime = 57 kJ*mol1, and have that formatted automatically for me. That would be AWESOME.
Good points! We will keep on working on ensuring that our users are able to use Sway in professional/educational scenarios.
27 comments

Paul Clevenger commented
Seriously? You're not going to address this post?

Kent XU commented
Oh, this post is more than 3 years ago...
I am wondering if this app is still alive. Why still can't insert equations? No math guy using this? 
GB commented
At a Sway workshop at my university, only to learn that this just won't work for statistics content. Please give us symbol and equation functionality.

Anonymous commented
ANY updates here? No progress for YEARS????

J. Casteel commented
Please update this soon. We need to be able to use Greek symbols, subscripts, superscripts and more. This is crucial as a teacher.

Edu commented
Any news? It is 3 years since this request and this feature is crucial.

Anonymous commented
Necessary feature.

Tristan commented
Are there any news on that?
The ability to add Mathematical expressions, properly formated, is crucial for me, 
Anonymous commented
I am copying and pasting from Word to Sway. The math symbols from the formulas already there will not import correctly.

John commented
If I'm going to share Sway with the teachers in my district, which is all high school, there needs to be the ability to add mathtype.

Anonymous commented
It would be really nice to have the ability to type mathematical equations in Sway. Omitting that leaves behind the people who need to use Sway the most and would be adept at putting it to good use in the classroom.

Jarrad commented
Adding the LaTex Interpreter for Sway would suit me well. As a Educator in Mathematics this would help me add more text. Currently often embedded images of the equations or Geogebra worksheets, but both are time (and bandwidth) consuming in comparison to a LaTex editor.

Michael commented
I would like to reiterate the importance of having a latex interpreter for equations!

Anonymous commented
Has any progress been made on this? I am chemist and NEED to be able to type using superscripts and subscripts

Annienomous commented
Latex would really be useful. Things like α γ and ⟨x,y⟩ are easily configured using autohotkey, but full latex support would be way better

vlad commented
I wanted to write for example x² on my computer

Anonymous commented
I'd like to add mathematic equations.
It would be really great if Sway could interprete LaTeX Code. 
Anonymous commented
As a science teacher, I would like support for superscript/subscript. As a work around, I have been typing in up in word, then screenshoting, then cropping, THEN pasting into sway.

Willian commented
I'd like to add one more request: many scientists, specially mathematicians and physicists uses LaTeX when writting papers. So it would be extremelly usefull if Sway were capable of interpreting LaTeX equations and symbols (those who uses LaTeX how fast is to type an equation using it).

Thomas commented
I would need that as well. Especially subscripts and superscripts! Unlike Greek characters, they could not be copied from e.g. Word.