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Does Going Paperless Help The Environment?

Have you considered all the great ways going paperless can impact your life?

There are apps for optimizing your workflow, organizing your documents, and even storing your family photos. And the ease of being able to quickly locate what you need, from any device you have access to… wonderful.

Another reason people have for going paperless is to help the environment and save trees.

We get reminders in our emails to consider the environment before printing, and paper bills urging us to Go Green by opting into paperless billing.

These very social ways of urging people to go paperless imply that communicating electronically is greener than using paper.

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GoodNotes 5 What will it look like

GoodNotes1 was developed and released by Steve Chan back in 2011. Fast-forward to Spring 2018, and we have GoodNotes4―the latest version of the handwriting note-taking app. Many people love GoodNotes4 for its stability and great handwriting-to-text conversion capabilities, as well as the awesome PDF Annotation features (as I showed to you in my videos). However, the program has gained a bit of dust over the years, especially if you compare it to Noteshelf2 (click here to compare) which was released end 2017. The UI and document organization of GoodNotes4 is no longer up-to-date. This is causing people to raise their voice in favor of a new up-to-date version.

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App Overwhelm And The Myth of Multitasking

Apps are terrific for creating order in your personal life and in your workflow.

In our quest to go paperless, apps play a vital role by giving us ways to complete our work, store our documents, collaborate with others, and work across multiple devices, all without using paper.

You can find apps to help you preserve family photos, convert documents to PDF, annotate, take notes by hand, convert handwritten notes to text, manage email, create calendars, keep task lists, and so much more!

Why PaperLike is The Best Screen Protector for Your iPad

I tested loads of screen protectors (and tempered glass) on my iPad Air, iPad Pro 12.9 and iPhones. Either, most of them were very bad to put on (could not avoid air bubbles) or they reduced the responsiveness of my, input resulting in bad user experience. But finally….I found two screen protectors that I now, use in combination on my iPad Pro 12.9 and it just works very nice! If you watch the following video, go to 8:05 min where I talk about the PaperLike Screen protector.

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