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Without a doubt typing notes into a laptop or tablet is more efficient than writing them down, however there are some who argue that writing down notes or jotting down ideas using pen and paper is more effective. But what if you could have the best of both worlds? That’s something that Moleskine wants to offer to customers. As helpful as online calendars can be, it's hard to give up the satisfying feel of jotting down appointments in an old-school planner. Wouldn't it be nice if you could use a pen and paper while still having all the benefits of the internet era? Moleskine sure thinks so. The company is expanding its connected writing sets with the Smart Planner, which syncs your hand-written schedule entries with Google Calendar and services that tie into it, such as Apple's iCloud and Microsoft Outlook. It combines a Neo Smartpen with sensor-laden paper to send your meetings to the appropriate sections of the calendar - so long as you scribble the time and subject, you can check it later on your phone or PC.
A new way to plan that instantly digitizes appointments written on paper, syncing them to online calendars and devices both on Android and iOS. The Smart Planner by Moleskine is the latest addition to the Smart Writing Set, a system made up of a specially designed Paper Tablet notebook, smart Pen+ and Moleskine Notes companion app that makes it possible to digitally edit and share handwritten notes and drawings made on paper in real-time without taking photos, uploading files, or scanning documents.
The company has recently unveiled their latest Smart Planner notebook. This is a traditional planner in the sense that you will have to write in it, but the kicker is that what you write can actually be synced with various cloud services like iCloud, Google Calendar, and Outlook, and it will also be able to translate your handwriting into a digital copy that can be stored in the cloud as well. This means that not only will you have a hard copy of the text that you can refer to, but there will be digital backups in the cloud so that if you lose your planner, your notes are still safely stored digitally. Of course this will require you to purchase the Smart Planner. Both the planner that comes embedded with sensors that can detect your handwriting, and a Livescribe pen.
The Moleskine Smart Writing Set is made up of a specially designed Paper Tablet (not that kind of tablet) notebook, a smart Pen+, and a Moleskine Notes companion app for the editing and sharing part of your digitally converted notes. The Smart Planner is made up of the same kind of paper as the Paper Tablet and has the popular Moleskine Planner Weekly layout. There is an invisible grid there with the NCode technology embedded in each page. Because of this tech, everything that you write and draw on your Smart Planner is recognized by the app and is synced to it. Those written down on the planner layout are synced to the Google Calendar while the notes and sketches on the right are synced to the Moleskine app. If you want to sync it to other digital calendars (Moleskine Timepage, iCal and Microsoft Outlook), you need to have a Google account.
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Like other Livescribe systems, the Smart Planner as it’s called uses paper embedded with sensors that can read and sync anything written by the Moleskine Pen+. Meetings and appointments written on the planner part of the paper are synced automatically to the user’s Google or Apple account and placed appropriately on their calendar - Moleskine
TechCrunch explained that when users write down meetings and appointments within the planner part of the paper, the notebook and Pen+ intelligently recognize the text as a calendar appointment, and convert it into an entry on the correct date in the user's chosen calendar app. This requires both the planner and Pen+, and Moleskine said it will begin selling a set of the new Smart Planner on September 12. So would you guys add this smart gadget to your daily activities? Do REPLY down.
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