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!
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
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!
When Katie Morsch, a diligent housewife and mother of 3, reached out to us about her experience with Noteshelf, we were more than happy to publish her story. With her day to day activities of a mother as well as being a homemaker, Katie has wonderfully adapted Noteshelf as a part of her life. She … Continue reading At-home mum to a digital designer, a homemaker’s journey with Noteshelf
As a social-media executive and a student, I have to say that the struggle to stay on top of my day-to-day schedule was one of my greatest challenges until I started to plan my activities ahead of time. Without a doubt, my most beloved tool for doing this now is my planner! I never leave … Continue reading Just how good is “The Navigator” by Raluca?
From Multiple Windows to the new Dark mode, every feature in the iPadOS is going to make our lives a little bit easier. I got to try this last week and I am in love with it! Jumping on the bandwagon, Noteshelf too just got a whole lot better with their latest update. Here are my … Continue reading Noteshelf on iPadOS and iOS 13
Lecturer - Politics at the University of Canterbury | Fellow, Ngāi Tahu Research Centre Glowing snow-capped peaks, peace, and quiet - Dr. Lindsey lives on a lifestyle block that looks out at the Southern Alps of New Zealand. He also runs a small private research company. We were happy to get a quick interview with … Continue reading Noteshelf Star – Dr. Lindsey MacDonald