Brian C. said: Kevin P. said: Brian C. said: Dresdon said: David M. said: Randall, by "manual" do you mean typing it out? The sheet supports drag and drop from the compendium. So, find the spell in the compendium, and drag it to the center of the character sheet. This works for other stuff, too (e.g. equipment, skills, etc.). For Divine spell casters, it might be nice to have the option to pull in the full class spell list for a level, so you can see all the spells you can pick from at a glance, and then use the prepared 'dot' to indicate which from your options you have prepared for the day. This is obvious possible to do manually, drag and drop, but it would be a time saver. Optional of course for those who want to keep things to a bare minimum. I know it looks good to have all the available spells in your list, but from a performance standpoint, it works better to only have your currently prepared spells on your character sheet. You can access the list of spells available to your class within the compendium. <a href="https://roll20.net/compendium/dnd5e/Spells%20List#content" rel="nofollow">https://roll20.net/compendium/dnd5e/Spells%20List#content</a> Unless I'm missing something, you can't take a list of spells directly from the compendium list directly to the character sheet; it's still manual (read the list; select a spell; drag & drop) for each individual spell. Right, adding extra spells is manual, but my initial point is the sheet can be slow if all the spells a class can learn are on a sheet concurrently. Looking at a list, whether from the compendium or some other source and dragging in the desired spells takes seconds to add the spells one actually wants to use. I wasn't saying it was the only way to do it, just that it will probably result in a better gaming experience. I get where you're coming from with the performance issues (I've been in the computer field for 45 years). Sometimes developers forget that users want to do things differently and from what I've seen, the performance hit isn't that great, especially if you are just selecting the ones you think you might use. Personally, I prefer to add all the spells I think I might need when leveling up. I don't want to go searching at the beginning of every long rest period and having the spells already on the sheet makes that much easier. Also, if the charactermancer has all the spells available to choose from, I don't need to go searching. So, why not make it easier for others, like me, who might find it a better gaming experience?