Taking that little extra effort to make your students' future bright need not be cumbersome! Dear teachers, it is our pledge to make it easy for you. Plan an enhanced learning experience Lectures or presentations planned to a T is imperative in teaching. A well-planned lecture will have the right mix of concepts, examples and, teaching … Continue reading Noteshelf 2 for Teachers
It’s your notes, in your own style! Meet Bella. She loves to take handwritten notes in class using her iPad Pro. She personalizes her notes with her signature handwriting and makes sketchnotes of her lectures. Her notes have a lot of doodles, emojis, and images inserted from the internet. She is more of a visual … Continue reading Classroom companion for students
It’s an absolute honor & privilege to introduce Billy Abrams as the Noteshelf Star of this month—A tribute to his loyalty! He has been with us since we were taking our initial baby steps in the app development industry!! Billy works for Law Enforcement & hails from the small but festive city of Lafayette, Louisiana. … Continue reading Noteshelf Star Billy Abrams
Do you enjoy taking handwritten notes on your device? Do you take loads and loads of notes that run into several pages? Then, it is absolutely essential that you should be able to find what you’re looking for within those lengthy notes later on, right? We now support handwriting recognition for iPads and iPhones in … Continue reading Handwriting recognition in Noteshelf
Taking text notes at the college or creating some brilliant bullet journal templates? The upgraded text tool will make your note-taking better and easier. So, what are the improvements? Let us explore them one by one One-tap text styling With just one tap you can now style your text, just the way you want it … Continue reading Take text notes in your style with Noteshelf 2!
Hadge Hughes is a therapist and a mindfulness coach from Brighton, United Kingdom. He is a jack of many trades—loves to write, draw, paint, play some soulful tunes in the piano and the guitar. Hadge is an early adopter of technologies. He started with a ‘Commodore 64’ years ago, moved on to an ‘Amiga 1200’, … Continue reading Noteshelf Star – Hadge Hughes
We constantly strive to help you organize your notes better. This effort brings some useful improvements to the bookmarks tool. ‘Named and colored bookmarks’ is our humble attempt towards making your note-taking experience easier and better. Naming your bookmarks With the new bookmarks tool improvements, you can give your bookmarks a name. But, how will … Continue reading Improved bookmarks in Noteshelf 2
How awesome would it be if you could quickly scan through your bookshelf and get to the notebook you wish to open in a snap? On popular demand, we have introduced ‘Transparent’ notebook covers. Scanning across your bookshelf to find the right book becomes very easy now. With ‘Transparent’ notebook covers, you can preview the … Continue reading Transparent Notebook Covers in Noteshelf 2
Say you fill a form over and over again several times in a month where most of the fields are the same each time. Or you have a daily journal that has some predefined sections and even includes a checklist. Or you have a planning workbook that you use as a starting point for any … Continue reading Save as Template
We constantly get amazed by seeing beautiful notes from our users around the world. For instance, look at this house done in Noteshelf by Cindy—it’s just jaw-dropping! These inspire and motivate us to keep improving the app. We also felt a compelling need to share these inspirations to all Noteshelf-ers as you can also get … Continue reading Introducing Inspirations Tab – Be inspired!