It is also available for Android and Apple devices, and it does sync across platforms.
I have spent the last couple of days working with this app and trying to figure out how it would work using the planner. I've used OneNote in the past, and it is a wonderful app for what it was built for.
Janet Storck, an administrator in the Seriously Simple Planning Facebook group, and a member of the Digital Planning, IPlanner and BuJo group, is a big fan of this app for her planner, and is probably the very best resource for information on how to set it up and work with it. She is a reader of this blog and has commented on some entries, so you can contact her through the comments, or better yet, find her in the Facebook group.
My experience in trying to import the planner was pretty frustrating. Since I was used to using OneNote on my PC, I decided to start on that platform. When I imported it into OneNote, the planner pages imported sideways, making it look like this:
After a couple of hours of trying to figure it out, I sought Janet out in the Facebook group and discovered that she used the iPad app to import the planner and that it imported correctly.
I tried that but still had some issues.
Tam Spires, creator of the Seriously Simple planner, sent me a link to her OneNote notebook with the planner set up as it should be, and this is what it looks like.
Then you can begin the fun of decorating.
For me, and I emphasize this is MY opinion regarding MY situation, this is not the optimum setup for the planner. It takes away the simplicity of using the planner in GoodNotes or Metamoji Notes. For me, the time and effort to set it all up is just too much when compared with the simplicity of GoodNotes and Metamoji Notes.
That's not to say it does not have its good points. For Janet and others who use this setup, it offers the ability to do planning on the computer screen and it syncs across platforms. Both GoodNotes and Metamoji Notes also can be used on a PC or Mac, but GoodNotes is only available for Apple devices, and several people have commented that the Mac version is difficult to use.
Since I don't use OneNote for the planner, and had enough difficulty just getting a planner into the app, I don't have any experience using the sticker kits to decorate, but Janet has, and she can give you the 411 on that.
My personal preference for a notes app is GoodNotes. I like the functionality of the tabs, and I love its straightforward interface. All you have to do is import it, and you're ready to go. There is no setup, other than adding any pages you want to have for extra sections, which is simple. The few features it does not have, such as a large selection of fonts, the lack of ability to lower the opacity of an image, and the lack of a library to store commonly used elements, have easy workarounds, some involving third party apps, which I'll show you in future posts.
If you're interested in OneNote, try it out. It's all about what works for you. It just doesn't work that well for me...for THIS purpose.