DigiBujo Draw

Original price was: $19.00.Current price is: $1.79.

(1 customer review)

→ PDF download for Goodnotes, Noteshelf, Notability
→ ZIP file with 8 PDFs (portrait/landscape, white/dark pages, blank/dots page layout)
→ FULLY hyperlinked
100 LINKED sections (accessible from the INDEX page)
3 BLANK or DOT Grid pages in each linked section
UNDATED – Buy once, use multiple times
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Best BULLET JOURNAL PLANNER PDF for iPad (Goodnotes template) with an INDEX linked to 100 sections. Each section includes 3 notes pages (blank or dot-grid layout) that you can duplicate as needed.

Use it for: drawings, stickers storage, travel journal, craft journal and more…

✘ Does not sync with Google Calendar
✘ Does not sync with Outlook Appointments
✘ Does NOT send reminders

✎This is NOT an app. It’s a PDF file with hyperlinks. To use it you’ll need an iPad and any of these apps: Goodnotes 5, Notability or Noteshelf.


You will download the DigiBujo Draw as a ZIP file with 8 PDF files. UNZIP it on your computer or iPad and import the needed PDF version in Goodnotes or Noteshelf.


Bullet journaling in a digital notebook on the iPad is pretty similar with bullet journaling  in a physical notebook. The basic principles are the same. The biggest difference is that you can add as many pages as you need in each index/category etc.

When bullet journaling inside a paper notebook you’ll always need an index page with categories names and pages (so you can easily find what you are looking for). In the digital format, it will be a pain to create an index and then go to those sections by flipping the pages one by one. So that’s why I created the DigiBujo with an index that links to 100 sections.

– You can take notes for 100 meetings through the year: in the index page add meeting dates / goal / people and then click the index numbers to go to their dedicated section and take notes.
– Create a library of recipes – in the Index fields write the recipes names and then click the dedicated index number to start writing them down.
– Create a 90 day journaling notebook (free style)
Hold stickers in up to 100 categories
– Capture repetitive tasks or logs like “Daily checklist and TODOs
… and more.

1 review for DigiBujo Draw

  1. ethan.a.peterson (verified owner)

    I do a lot of brain-dumping for my projects, and I use this to hold my ideas. I rarely review them, but if I need some information on how I started or approached a project, I can always go back to this notebook to check it.

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