Best Goodnotes BULLET JOURNAL PLANNER for iPad (PDF template) with an INDEX linked to 100 sections. Each section includes ONE MATH GRID page that you can duplicate as needed.
Use it for: work notes, projects tracking, bible study notes, recipes, 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 RECEIVE:
You will download the DigiBujo Math as a ZIP file with 4 PDF files. UNZIP it on your computer or iPad and import the needed PDF version in Goodnotes or Noteshelf.
HOW TO USE IT:
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.