What exactly is
Digital planning has become increasingly popular throughout the past few years. Digital planners come in a PDF format which you can download to your device to then use on an annotator app so you can write on it. In short, it is basically a digital version of a paper planner with many more beneficial aspects.
What makes Digital planners better than regular planners?
Digital planners offer a wide variety of benefits which paper planners lack. I go more in depth on this in the post below!
Can I use any device?
iPad and tablets will give you the best digital planning experience since you can use a pencil. However, you can also use your planner on your smartphone and on desktop.
What Apps do I need?
You will need to have a note-taking or PDF annotation app such as GoodNotes, (my personal favorite) Notability, Noteshelf, or Zoomnotes. Or if you’re using an android device Zodo and Noteshelf will work.
What you need
To get started…
Unlike paper planning, there isn’t much you really need to have a totally awesome digital planner. Here are some things you will want to have on hand:
- An iPad or tablet
- An Apple Pencil or stylus (Optional but great for writing on your planner)
- Note-taking or annotation app such as Goodnotes, Notability, Noteshelf, or Zoomnotes. You can use Zodo and Noteshelf if you’re using an Android device.
- And of course, a digital planner of your choice!