Best Digital BULLET JOURNAL PLANNER for iPad (Goodnotes template) with an INDEX linked to 100 sections. Each section includes 3 notes pages (lined pages) 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:
The DigiBujo (1 PDF file) with the selected page layout (compact or comfortable line spacing).
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.
LaDana Manhertz (verified owner) –
I cannot begin to say how much I love this journal and moreover how helpful Ralu is! I use this in Noteshelf for client notes and it has made my life 1000% times easier because the clients are organized and clickable. I also just noticed the index link at the top of each page which takes me back to the index without leaving the page I’m on. So happy I bought this and it will be invaluable for note taking in my classes.
Ralu Petrea –
That is fantastic La-Dana! The DigiBujo is really minimal but so useful! Enjoy it the most. And keep in mind that you can use it for more than just client notes. Just download a fresh copy anytime you want to create a new digital notebook. BTW, I love Noteshelf app!
Sonia Miller (verified owner) –
This is a very simple but useful planner with a linked index. Goodnotes should provide such layout by default, but since it does not (or I did not find it) I will use Ralu’s minimal template for a couple of work tasks.
SamanthaM (verified owner) –
Works well, easy to use. Thanks!