Same here. I selected “using regularly” only because that is my intention. But in practice, regular use depends entirely on whether the feature is working. Sometimes it just refuses to work. In that case, I use the hardware button on my keyboard to switch between my iPad and Mac. When UC works, I prefer it, but fortunately, I have a usable backup for when it doesn’t.
Ditto here - not working 100% of the time. The other issue is computer goes to sleep, iPad goes to sleep. I sit down and shake my mouse and my computer wakes up. I have to reach up and poke the iPad too. (Not in an easy place to reach.)
I use it quite a bit throughout the day on most days. I use my iPad a lot. I use my MacBook a lot. So, my use of u/c should not be surprising: it is a natural extension of how I work.
U/c works great for me and I can’t think of a hitch that I’ve had to deal with. Two things I wish were improved: 1. I want to access my iPad from a particular side of my mac display, but every day the system sets it to access from the opposite side. It’s easy enough to change. But I don’t want to change it all the time. 2. It chews through battery life. Solved by keeping my iPad plugged in at my desk.
Turned it on to try it once. It worked fine. Then I tried to think of a reason to use it and came up empty.
Forgot all about it until about a month later when without warning my pointer fell off the screen and I didn’t know why. A few seconds later I found it wandering around on my iPad looking lost and confused. Or maybe that was me.
I’m not sure if this helps anyone, but I had used it with my iPad Pro and my iMac first, then wanted to switch to the Mac Book Pro and the iMac but it wouldn’t work until I turned off Bluetooth on my iPad Pro which was still near by.
I use Universal Control on a daily basis and find it very useful. For me it give me another full work device (it has MDM) and is great for stable video calls.
I upgraded to iOS 16 Dev Beta the day of WWDC, and it is working quite well. From time to time modifier keys don’t seem to work when typing (i.e. shift / command / option), but this is the only real issue and it doesn’t happen all the time (and can be cleared with a re-boot).