HOW TO … plan digitally!
After a whole lot of research, we’ve established that you are EITHER a digital planner OR a paper planner. There is no in-between. AT ALL. 🥵🤣
What do you think?
As our team expands, we need to go online to collaborate better. So, I put it out to our members to find the best digital planners and here’s the shortlist:
1. Trello is great for visual people. You can see all your tasks and where you’re up to on one screen in little to-do lists/boards. You can easily drag your tasks to other lists, create (and assign) subtasks, add links, tags & labels and customise the background and tasks too.
4. OneNote is basically a digital notebook with sections in it so that you can stay organised. You can also add drawings, images and audio clips which is really handy. It’s a microsoft product, so is particularly good for PC users. What would you add to this list.