Dr. Thomas Roedl aka Tom Solid is known for revolutionizing the Paperless Movement and going digital. The paper writing process has been the backbone of our entire working system. The digital revolution has helped in revamping this process. Tom focuses on minimalism to make people realize that yes, they can go completely digital. How digital … Continue reading Custom Digital Journal by Paperless Movement
Online learning can be a convenient way of learning as well as a challenging task. Since the pandemic has hit the world, a lot of things have changed, especially for students who are not able to attend their schools and colleges. Thankfully, technology has a lot to make this learning process facile. Our young learners … Continue reading Online Classes Made Easy With Noteshelf
“You need to be a new trend yourself!” In this world of increasing digitisation, there’s a new trend everyday. There are many trends in physical writing. Today’s writing styles and formats changed from the classic writing. Earlier before social media, we recorded our thoughts, feelings and activities in a diary. We jotted and recorded all … Continue reading Follow The Bullet Journaling Trend With Noteshelf
Sometimes we find it tedious to jot down the entire lecture or seminar. If you are a visual learner and like to take notes, then try giving your note-taking a new spin. By using a couple of doodles and sketches, you can create beautiful sketchnotes. It is an intriguing note-taking process and can reduce your … Continue reading Sketchnotes – The Best Visual Note-taking Method
What’s the best way to recollect a lecture? Do you think jotting every single word in the class would help you learn a concept? May be yes for sometime but it’s just a temporary learning. Note-taking is said to be effective only if you engage with your notes, review and recollect your lecture and rephrase … Continue reading Mind Maps For Note Taking – Verbal To Visual Approach
Every note-taking method has its own fanbase. The choice of following a note-taking method varies across categories. Some take structured notes using an outline method while others use mind maps and images to take visual notes. The 5 R’s of note-taking Record: The main purpose of note-taking is to record the ideas and meaningful facts … Continue reading Cornell Notes – Best Note-Taking Method
At Noteshelf we work constantly to create a digital platform that can reduce paper usage. Dr. Tom Solid, our “Noteshelf Star” has embraced the “Paperless Movement” too. He is now a leading face of the paperless community. In his recent video, "How to use Noteshelf like a pro”, Tom explains how you can ace the note-taking … Continue reading “How to use Noteshelf like a pro” by Tom Solid
“To remember what you study for longer terms, to make it easy for reviewing as you prepare for your exams, start taking notes!” Note-taking has started as a casual thing but now there’s a theory and process behind it. Note-taking is not just jotting down what’s said in the class but it’s a systematic way … Continue reading The Best Note-taking Methods – Outline Method
Noteshelf v8.0 is packed with a bunch of new features, that instantly makes digital note-taking faster and easier. Vertical Scrolling, the one feature that you all wanted is now available on Noteshelf for iOS. Not only that we also introduced Quick Page Navigation and an easier way to add documents into the notebook. Read on … Continue reading Vertical Scrolling, Quick Page Navigation & More!
More accessible & much more convenient—the highlight of Noteshelf v 7.0! Feature-Rich Noteshelf Sidebar A feature that many Noteshelf pro-users have been asking for is a more powerful Sidebar. We have renewed the way sidebar works. You can quickly access your categories from the sidebar, open recently opened notebooks and pin your favorite notebooks all … Continue reading Noteshelf v 7.0 is here!