How to Create Digital Planner for Goodnotes

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Want to know how to create a digital planner? This step-by-step guide will help you create your own digital planner in the easiest way possible.

I won’t use any fancy paid digital programs, just Google Slides, which are completely free. In other words, if you’ve ever made a presentation before, this will be extremely easy for you to follow.

If you prefer to watch a video instead of reading detailed instructions, feel free to go to the bottom of the article.

What’s a Digital Planner?

A digital planner is basically a paperless journal where you can plan your days, create eye-pleasing pages, share them on social media or just keep your favorite memories. You can use a digital planner as a diary or plan every second of your life. Digital planner is basically all of your paper planners in one spot.

With a realistic planner, you can have the best of both worlds: enjoyable, eye-catching, easy & efficient. You won’t have to worry about the words that you have to cross. And most of all, you’ll be able to type faster and more beautifully.

A digital planner works for every mood. Whether you feel like a slow day start, writing each and every letter. Or you want to be quick and productive and skip the handwriting altogether. Digital planning will let you adjust to your mood and personality.

How to Make a Digital Planner?

Everyone wants a digital planner with hyperlinks. Clickable objects and tabs make it easy for you to access your favorite pages. This is exactly what I am going to tell you about today. Honestly, that’s the biggest difference between just a presentation and a digital planner – the fact that you can easily navigate by clicking all these tabs.

How to Create a Digital Planner with Hyperlinks?

You can create hyperlinks with Keynote, Google Slides, Canva, and Indesign. There’re so many different options. However, this time I’ll show you how to create hyperlinks for your planner with Google Slides. Simply because I feel like that’s the easiest one to learn.

Most people are familiar with PowerPoint. And Google Slides are basically PowerPoint. So without further a due, let’s just get started.

  1. Go to Google Drive and Create Google Slides.
  2. Create a notebook from rectangle shapes.
  3. Add tabs from rounded rectangles.
  4. As soon as you click on the shape, you can add a link. You can find the hyperlink icon at the very top of the page.
  5. You can link different slides so that they create different pages for your planner.

That’s it! That is the most different step from creating a presentation. However, I can also explain how to create a 3D effect to your pages. And also walk through through every single step of digital planner creation.

If this feels a little bit confusing, don’t worry. I’ve create a detailed step-by-step guide on how to create your own digital notebook in Google Slides. Just checkout this video over here, where I explain in detail, how to create a digital planner.

Let’s create a digital planner together:

Thank you for watching and let me know which tutorial you’d like next!

For example,

  • How to create digital stickers?
  • How to create a daily page?
  • How to create a digital planner with Canva?

Let me know in the comments bellow or send me a quick DM on Instagram.


About Vaida

Hi, I'm Vaida, I'm a marketing specialist who focuses on conversions and not just likes and followers. Engagement is great. Followers are great. Hey, even likes are great. But what do all of these metrics mean at the end of the day if you don't get any new sales? I'm always looking for new ways on how to reach your customers and get the best possible ROI. And no, I don't just "boost" a post. When I set up my Facebook campaigns, the visual, copy, and audience goes through extensive testing. My areas of focus: - Digital marketing strategy, - PPC (Google Ads, Facebook & Instagram Ads), - Copywriting, - Lead magnets, - Newsletter campaigns. I don't say I can't, just I'll learn 👏

4 thoughts on “How to Create Digital Planner for Goodnotes

  1. Alya says:

    Hi I’m new here

    1. vaida says:

      Hello, ALya, nice to meet you!

  2. Maggie Walker says:

    Could you please make a tutorial on how to create digital stickers? Thank you in advance.

    1. vaida says:

      Hello, Maggie, I have them here: Also, please let me know if there are different kind of digital stickers you would like to learn how to create:)

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