Rocketbook User Suggestions
So the user could easily remove and replace a damaged page.
Users could buy additional pages and attach to either their existing Everlast notebook or place it anywhere and use it as a standalone mini whiteboard.The QR code should be configurable, so the user can either assign a specific page number to be used when the page is scanned and bundled with other pages or can use an entirely different number not to be included in any bundle.
Building on this idea, it would helpful to have a 3 ring binder of the reuseable pages, so that you could use and organize them interchangeably with standard loose leaf pages.
I pledged for the colour notebook on Kickstarter so I can trial it before using it in small groups in the classroom next year (and hopefully whole classes in the future). Detachable pages would be an amazing way to get multiple kids interacting with this product when they are only going to be using a page at a time. Chris Apple's above suggestion of a binder of reusable pages would make this a well-organised and fantastic teaching resource that would be very practical for teachers. Great Idea!
Have you tried a 3-hole puncher a PDF print-out? Blank Rocketbook PDFs are available for download. But I suppose that's only effective for folks like me with nigh-endless office supplies.
If love black sheets which could be inserted in the Levenger Circa notebooks.
Just before reading this, I submitted a suggestion for 3-ring binder holes in the RB Everlast. I would love that option / "loose-leaf" pages (sold in a 5 / 10 pack?) for 3 ring binder use. Maybe this could even be given the option to upload / select alternate symbols? (Of course, the app would need to be updated to support that as well...)
I use Cozi for our family planning. It integrates with several online calendars and sends alerts etc. I am also looking into just creating a disc planner (https://www.levenger.com/CIRCA-326/CIRCA-NOTEBOOKS-339.aspx) perhaps you could have unbound sheets with the "re-use it" feature or perhaps you could partner with levenger. That way people could buy common "pages" and make their own. Come to think of it, if you just offered common planner sizes, people could create their own "magic" planner.
Would love to see at least the detachable sheets. Sometimes I need more space, need to compare multiple notes. This would require to have them side by side.
This is why I came to these pages - I need these kind of detachable sheets (which requires a more professional cover). The PDF pages are interesting but since I can't print on the type of paper my Everlast uses, they don't solve my problem. Thank you for your constant work on improving your product. I am a huge fan and will be a constant supporter as these "upgrades" are made.
The Staples Arc disc binders are much cheaper from what I've seen than the Levenger models. I have a number of Arc disc binders, as a teacher, and I have the hole punch, so I can add my own pages. It would be much easier if a disc binder version of the Everlast were available for purchase because formatting the pages to keep the black frame out of the hole punches is crucial to uploading the pictures to the Rocketbook app.
Alo could have different templates for the detachable pages - plain, coloured, squares, do one for design agencies with pictures of mobiles/tablets and let customers ore order the exact notebook they want - 20 lined, 10 plain and 10 bespoke detachable with these templates built in
Offering loose leaf pages to go into a binder or planner notebook would be great in both A5 and A4 size. I carry a A5 planner around with me and would love to be able to upload notes I make in that. Also. Create planner templates that can be reused weekly.
Regarding detachable pages, what about creating a set of pages that would fit in the Staples arc system, Office Depot Tül Notebook system, Martha Steward Disk bound or Levenger Circa systems: https://www.staples.com/arc+notebooks/directory_arc+notebooksI use a couple of these, and they are made for adding and removing pages, dividers, accessories etc., and all the systems listed above are compatible. That would be a really flexible option!!
Recommend combining this with the other suggestion for "Everlast Loose Leaf Paper".Allowing use of 3 ring or Circa would give the most flexibility.
I love the idea of pages that can be removed and placed somewhere else in a planner or notebook. I love the Rocketbook because I can have the best of both paper note taking and electronic note organization with reusable pages!! However, sometimes I still need a paper version in front of me and want to be able to shuffle those notes around. My fileofax notebook/planner is perfect for this but obviously it fails to allow me to reuse pages and to easily upload to multiple sites.
+1 for Atoma notebooks (similar and 90% compatible to the cheaper Staples ARC). It's a great system and a reusable, scannable dry-erase page would be a perfect ft.
I also use a disc-binding notebook system; Levenger's Circa. I would be nice to have some unbound, polyester-composite pages to punch for that purpose.
Adding my voice to having loose pages for purchase and punching - I have a Franklin Covey Classic binder, and I'd love to be able to have pages in the back for taking notes and then scanning in!!!
I would also like to see magnetic pages. There is a company out there 'Rekonect' that has a magnetic refillable notebook. Connect with them to join products! Many times, I have had to re-write notes or constant flipping back and forth. Having the availability to just relocate pages would be tremendous!
I would also love note pads (or loose pages) made of the reusable material, so I can punch them and put them in my discbound system.
+1 for loose papers, so you can choose any binding system you like (atoma, 3 ring, 2 ring, 4 ring) and choose the cover you want. (Or replace the regular cover that starts curling up after some months...)
This is a great idea. With all of the other suggestions about lined sheets, clear sheets, graphed sheets, calendars and weekly planners, etc etc etc. People could purchase several sheets of each type and customize their notebook to meet their needs and lifestyles.
3-ring with reinforced holes
Definitely want this for the CIRCA disc-bound notebooks. I will make my own if I have to. I think the same people that Geek-out with Pocketbooks do this for CIRCA. And of course, if you use the standard size(s), then there are already loads of covers and accessories.
Recently purchased the Everlast. Definitely agree with template pages for calendars or other popular uses. Used a permanent marker to create my own and also a meal planner page. The three ring design with added pages would be nice as well. Also manipulated Meads 5 stars detachable folder dividers into my Everlast for storing loose paper or handouts. As a teacher, I would like to use it as a acad. planner and a personal planner would like freedom to add/takeout sheets with useful templates.
Removable pages that will fit in the staples ARC binder system would be fantastic.
A5 reusable pages!!! I’m considering hacking my Everlast so I can make exactly what I want in my A5 6-ring binder. The flexibility to move pages around between divider sections would be great.
Loose pages with an extra 1/2 inch in the left margin, outside the black box, would allow users to punch holes for any system they choose. I’m a teacher, and I made my own school planner using the disc-bound system because it lays flat, and I have only the pages I need. This also allows me to insert notes for parent conferences so I’m not lugging multiple files everywhere.
The Blueline Miraclebind notebooks have the best movable-page notebook system that I've found. Maybe Rocketbook could collaborate.
I also use a disc bound system so having loose sheets 7" wide x 9.25" tall (blank or college ruled) sold in packs would be great!
Instead of a 3 ring binder which is heavy, I would prefer a discbound system. It's light and has a notebook feel, but allows you to easily move pages around!
I've been looking at cutting the pages out and putting them into a disc bound system, but it's pricey, so I'm still deciding.
Additional vote for blank pages to use with Levenger Circa notebooks. I have a circa hole punch, and their junior size is similar to rocketbook executive. Thanks in advance!
I did a test to see if it would fit in a Levenger Junior. Not really. You have to cut the border off all three sides and trim a minimal amount of the loose ends off the left side, then manipulate the Levenger punch so the bottom hole is just above the QR. It does scan but picks up the edge of the circles as dark spots (because it spills into the white). Rocketbook should just create a page that has the right dimensions and let us use our Levenger punches (that way they do infringe any patents)
Hey RB, would love to see you create blank pages that have just the right dimensions for us to put into a Levenger notebook. I like to have both options (reusable and paper) along with other things in my notebook. Plus, the cover for the Rocketbook is flimsy and curls up and doesn't look nice. I bet Levenger has IP protections (they want me to buy their paper), but nothing says you can make your reusable pages just the right dimensions and let us punch the holes.
Yes - I would really love to be able to build my own Rocketbook with the kinds of pages that are most relevant to me. I just got a Fusion which I like for the calendar pages, but for my purposes I really need more calendar pages. It would be so wonderful if a user could buy a pack of monthly calendar grids, weekly calendar grids, blank lined pages, etc. and assemble/bind them to suit their own personal needs. I would buy a customizable Rocketbook in an instant!
I think it would be very useful to have pages configured for 3-ring binders, so that the Rocketbook note pages could be inserted in subject-matter/project specific binders and kept with other information related to the same subject.
I WOULD LOVE A BINDER (in executive size) TO MAKE CUSTOMIZABLE AND TO ADD REARRANGE PAGES!!
Loose leaf, disc bound or 3 ring binder pages because I want to put the whole notebook in a scanner with an automatic document feeder that hopefully then integrates with the Rocketbook app! Doing this with Wave book would be awesome.
I would totally support this idea. It would also allow users to customize their notebooks according to their own uses. As an educator, I hope to use this for planning and recording student conference information. I hope Rocketbook goes for it with this.
I pulled my pages out and put them in a levenger disc notebook. I love their covers etc. it just affected the integrity of the side a bit. I would love pages loose leaf or ready for the disc binders.
I think the best option would be just standard loose leaf. There are so many binder/disc options out there that it would be challenging for Rocketbook to manufacture all the different styles, but people who want this option can always but a punch to use on the pages to ensure they will fit. This way, no one will have to settle for a product that doesn't fit properly.
This right here. Detachable pages. This way I could create my own fusion note pad. Add two months and lined pages and two week planners. And get rid of the rest.
I would like to have rocketbook coated pages that I can run through a printer to make customized, reuseable templates. This would be very helpful with clinical session notes, data collection forms, simple contract forms, checklists, etc.
Would love a set for my DayRunner! yes I need to move pages around, yes I need permanent and temporary pages, Yes I need a yearly calendar as I plan things up to six months in advance. Yes I need a weekly calendar 7 day but the request above for a 5 day M-F page would probably work. I am thankful that Rocketbook has given us some PDF pages which help with upload but not the environment. I really hope that Rocketbook looks at a variety of loose "paper" sizes and organization templates.
I use the disc binder system, and I'd like blank pages that I can hole punch and use within existing planners and notebooks.
I just need a couple loose leaf pages to add to my planner! I use a "happy" or "365 creative" disc bound planner but I have the Everlast notebooks in all three sizes and two of the tiny ones and accessories galore. I'm everywhere and combined with a calendar, I'd feel unstoppable! Honestly, I'm young and so is my career in volunteer management, having a nuerological disability is frustrating and the Everlast rocketbook has been a game changer I can't believe I ever lived without!
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