Project Planner | Best Project Notes and Business Planner Template for iPad
✔ PDF file with 47K+ hyperlinks (4MB)
✔ Goodnotes, Noteshelf, Notability Lag-FREE
✔ Get a SINGLE version
✔ Portrait or Landscape / White or Dark paper
✔ up to 20 Projects Folders
✔ Monday & Sunday calendars available
The Project Planner is the best business planner template for iPad to write organised, searchable PROJECT NOTES. Best for entrepreneurs, team leaders and creatives to write notes and track progress for up to 20 projects.
→ Use the Projects Planner to track project’s yearly progress, tasks and budget
→ Use this business planner template to write notes for up to 20 projects at a time
→ This Project Planner is a premium business planner template – includes Gantt charts, Budgets, ToDos and other project templates
This business planner template for project notes is like using a paper planner book to scribble you notes by hand, just on the iPad!
Add the PDF to Goodnotes, Noteshelf or Notability to get started. Not sure which iPad planner app to use? Check this resource:
This projects planner is BEST FOR entrepreneurs, team leaders and creatives. Although this business planner template can be used by all professions who want to write organized project notes and get productive while having fun, it is mostly designed for entrepreneurs, team leaders and creatives who handle up to 20 projects a year, or less!
If you handle more projects, you’ll need to duplicate this planner template and use for the extra projects.
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Planner contents (templates list)
UNDATED calendar pages (yearly, monthly, weekly, daily – duplicate as needed). See video for best tips.
MASTER 2-YEAR GANTT CHART (to list ALL projects’ timelines, budget and progress)
20x PROJECT’S FOLDER with:
✔ DETAILS SECTION: Details page + Notes page
✔ GANTT SECTION: 1-Year Gantt chart + 30-Day Gantt chart
✔ PROGRESS SECTION: TODOs pages with Tasks/Deliverables progress
✔ BUDGET SECTION: Budget Management page + Costs control page
✔ PEOPLE SECTION: People Listing + People Profile (duplicate as needed)
✔ RESOURCES SECTION: BLANK pages to add your own resources and stickers
✔ 25 built-in PAGE TEMPLATES:
— LINED Page
— Cornell Notes
— BLANK Page
— MATH Grid Page
— Activity Tracker
— Orders List
— Key Performance Indicator (KPI)
— TODOs (2 versions)
— Monthly Checklist
— Meetings List
— Call Log
— Meetings Notes (2 versions)
— Projects Daily Plan
— Pricing Worksheets (3 versions)
— Invoice Tracker
— Project Workflow
— 30-Day Challenge
— 90-Day Challenge
— 52-Week Challenge
— Social Media Calendar (Monthly page)
— Social Media Post (Details)
✔ Tutorial pages included for guidance and inspiration
Included in your purchase
>> You will get a PDF file for the preferred version: PORTRAIT/LANDSCAPE with WHITE/DARK paper. Monday or Sunday calendars versions included. You will be able to access your file(s) via email after payment is confirmed.
✘ Does not sync with Google Calendar, Outlook Appointments and DOES NOT send reminders or notifications
✎To use this project planner (business planner template PDF with hyperlinks) you will need an iPad and any of these apps: Goodnotes, Notability or Noteshelf.
This is a single purchase:
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How to use the projects planner
You will be able to access your file(s) via email after payment is confirmed. Open the email on the iPad, download the PDF file of this planner and add it inside a note-taking app (like Goodnotes, Noteshelf or Notability) to get started.
Step 1. Download the PDF on the iPad
After the payment is confirmed, you’ll get an automated email will the link(s) to download the PDF. Open that email on the iPad and tap the link to save the PDF file of the project planner in any of these locations: “Downloads”, “On My iPad”, “iCloud Drive” or “Dropbox”.
Step 2. Import the PDF Projects Planner in Goodnotes, Noteshelf or Notability
a) How to import a PDF in Goodnotes?
In Goodnotes, go to the folder where to add the new project planner. Tap “+New” > “Import” and locate the PDF you’ve just saved. Tap it to import to Goodnotes. It should open in the Editing mode (meaning that the hyperlinks will not work). To use the hyperlinks you’ll have to tap the “pen inside a circle” icon that you’ll find at the top right corner of the toolbar.
b) How to import a PDF in Noteshelf?
In Noteshelf, go to the folder where to add the new project planner. Tap “+” > “Import Document” and locate the PDF you’ve just saved. Tap it to import to Noteshelf. You should be able to use the hyperlinks as soon as you open the digital planner.
c) How to import a PDF in Notability?
In Notability, go to the subject where to add the new project planner. Tap “Import” (it’s an icon like a rectangle with an arrow pointing down – you’ll find it at the top right corner of the toolbar) and locate the PDF you’ve just saved. Tap it to import to Notability. You should be able to use the hyperlinks as soon as you open the digital planner.
No refunds. No exchanges.
This listing is an INSTANT DIGITAL DOWNLOAD, and no physical item will be shipped. You will be able to access your file(s) via email after payment is confirmed. All sales on this website are final. Outline Planner will not offer refunds, returns, exchanges or cancellations due to the digital nature of these products.
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You may not: sell or give away the original files nor use any portion of the files to create a new design to resell. Any infringement of copyright will be met with legal actions.
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