What you need to know
- There's a brand new planner from Rocketbook and Panda Planner.
- It's completely reusable.
- It takes advantage of Rocketbook's excellent cloud connectivity.
Rocketbook is today announcing a brand new reusable planner made in partnership with Panda Planner.
In a press release today the company stated:
As the release notes, Rocketbook's new Planner is designed to help you plan your days, weeks, months and years on the go. The Planner is totally reusable so you never have to buy another or waste paper, and Planner takes advantage of Rocketbook's cloud connectivity. Essentially, you write in your Planner using a traditional pen and paper, use the Rocketbook app to scan your notes, transcribe your handwriting and then upload to any of your favorite online services including DropBox, Evernote, Google Drive, iCloud, Slack or plain old email. Then, you can wipe it clean and start all over again.
Panda Planner CEO Mike Leip said:
The new Planner is available in two sizes, Executive and Letter, and four different colors. Prices start at $35.
Plan, scan, repeat.
All your planning needs in one reusable, cloud-friendly planner.
The Rocketbook Panda Planner takes advantage of all Rocketbook's great online connectivity and transcribing features, meaning you'll never need to buy another planner again.
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