Becoming organized has never been more important especially at this fast paced, multi-tasking life. The overwhelming everyday schedules and the occasional impromptu events seems more manageable, giving you more control on how to handle your time and bringing you closer to your goals. It leads to more productivity, less stress and more time for yourself and your family.
Daily Notes can help you get organized. Here’s how:
Organize Your Life: Categorize
Start by thinking about the different aspects of your life and separating them by “Tabs” in Daily Notes. Tabs are like folders, where you can organize your notes, photos, sketches, PDFs and even audio recordings.
Below are a few examples for Tabs:
Create a Tab for work, where you can place all your meeting notes, project documents and client meeting recordings.
Want to get rid of all those paper cluttering your home and office? We bring you tips & techniques on how to go paperless in your daily life:
Use a note taking app. Do you constantly want to lug around several, heavy notebooks? Just use one, neat compact device, say an iPhone or iPad and use that to create and store all your notebooks via the Ultimate Note Taking Pack. For handwritten notes, you can turn to Noteshelf. For days when you don’t feel like writing, record those lectures or meetings using Daily Notes.
We’ve gone through some of your suggestions in the idea portal and we’ve noticed that some of them are actually available already in Daily Notes. We’ll be making a series of tips and tricks to better navigate your way around our app and we’ll be starting with adding multiple notes in one day.
It’s easy to add multiple notes in one day. There are actually a couple of ways to do it:
From the bottom toolbar, tap the “Add’ icon.
Tap “Add Page” to add an additional page to the current day.
We saw Web Baker’s enthusiastic feedback about Daily Notes, about how he turned it into a great Time Management System app and we just have to ask him his thoughts on life, passions and of course, Daily Notes.
Tell us your background.
Spent three years in the Army and achieved the rank of Sargent.
After leaving the Army, I got a job at Motorola.
At Motorola, I worked in the Printed Wiring Facility, and was promoted to a Process Engineer, in my Senior year at ASU.
I retired from Motorola, after (30) years and went to work for Maricopa County Environmental Services. Started out as a Microsoft Access Programmer, helping one Divisions modify/trouble shoot their databases. From there I went into Enforcement for a few years, ending up retiring from Business Services where I worked for and with the best ever people I have ever had the pleasure to work with. I retired from there after (16) years in October 2014.