A little while ago I came across something on a study Instagram account that had me intrigued. As I looked into it I found there were actually quite a lot of students that use it.
I’m talking about Whitelines Notepaper. Whitelines is designed with special whitelined grid that can be scanned using an app so you can produce a digital photo of the handwritten image.
Below is an example of an original and scanned copy.
I really like how this works. I mean I still have to type up stuff but at least all notes are automatically there for me to reference back too.
The only slight issue is that pastel doesn’t show up well on the scanned copy. Black and dark colours show up really well though.
All in all it’s a really good little tool. The notebooks aren’t too expensive either. The A4 one was £6.50 and A5 was £5.50 both can be found at Amazon and are available with Prime shipping. The app to use in conjunction with the paper is free to download via your app store.
I’d love to know if you use Whitelines and how you find it.
Thanks for reading.