What is a digital planner and what are the benefits?
A digital planner is a type of planner that is designed to be used on a digital device, usually a tablet, such as an iPad, but it can also be used on your computer or even your phone. The type of digital planner I'll be talking about are typically PDF files with 'hyperlinks' which act as buttons and link to other pages within the planner.
These digital planners are designed to be used with any PDF editing app. The most common app for iOS is Goodnotes, and Noteshelf or Notability for Android devices. These apps allow you to write, draw, type, and paste images onto the pages in your digital planner, in the same way you would use a paper planner. Digital planners come in many different styles and formats, so it is important to find one that suits your needs.
There are many benefits to using a digital planner over a physical planner. Firstly, digital planners take up no space and can be accessed anywhere with an internet connection. This is especially beneficial if you like to plan on the go. Digital planners can include a variety of features that are not available in physical planners, such as interactive calendars, to-do lists, and goal tracking tools.
If you are thinking of making the switch to a digital planner, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, it may take some time to get used to using a digital planner and finding the right app and format that works for you. It is also important to make sure your device has enough battery life and storage space to accommodate your digital planner.
Overall, digital planners offer many benefits over physical planners and are a great way to stay organized and productive.