Getting Started

We've designed our digital planners with extra love and care to help you live a more organized and productive life. This how-to guide covers a few tips to help you get started with your new digital planner. All of our digital planners are delivered in 8.5" x 11" PDFs giving you lifetime access to the product.


The most common way to use digital planners is through a tablet. Apps like GoodNotes, Notability and Xodo make it easy to swiftly work through the planner pages, giving you options to bookmark and organize all of your digital notebooks. Having a stylus (or Apple Pencil if you have an iPad) can help mimic the feeling of using a paper planner as you write, annotate, and draw directly on the screen.


Digital planners can be used on Desktop through paid apps like GoodNotes or through the free Adobe viewer tool. If using Adobe, click "Tools" at the top taskbar, and "Annotate". This will give you a list of options to insert text, draw shapes, as well as add bookmarks.


The same apps used on a tablet can be used on your mobile phone. With a smaller screen size, digital planning isn't optimal on a phone but it's definitely doable! It's recommended to use a Stylus or inserting a text box when it comes to precision. Writing with your finger can be difficult when digital planning on a mobile device.


If you prefer pen to paper and having a physical planner, you can always print the document or specific pages you'd like.