It would be awesome if you could easily remove the pages and put them back in, but in a different location. It would be very helpful to be able to reorganize the pages without having to rewrite them. There are other books out there that have pages that can be removed and then put back in. I think that this would greatly help people who are constantly erasing pages, but then want to reorganize the book where the pages that are written on are all together.
Under consideration Physical Product Request Suggested by: Kirsten • Upvoted: today • Comments: 36
Watching a Rocketbook Panda Planner review on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeUnlp56haE and at around 5:40 she's talking about needing her 3 months linear for her ADHD. I'm not ADHD and would need my months in order. Who wouldn't? Great point. Came here to suggest something like discbound where you can remove and rearrange and add pages in a very flexible system but I see this suggestion already.
This would also fit with being able to add additional pages.
I would love this, since it these pages already have a sturdy feel to them compared to thin paper, it would be easier to move these around. Also, I would love to be able to purchase different templates that I want to carry with me while keeping some pinned up for reminders (like calendars or goals).
Ditto! I'd love to have removable pages and the ability to add additional templates to customize my book in a ring or other binding.
It would be great to have pages to add to ARC or Levenger systems.
Is this what Axis will bring? Anyway, great idea - especially given the stiffer feel to Rocketbook 'paper'. Would love to be able to rearrange, replace and add to the Fusion product as it has way too many unstructured pages for my use, but I'd like to insert pre-structured lists, and other templates.
I really want to see this as a disc-bound option, whether it's prepunched, a punchable edge, or maybe a stick-on edge (for people who want other options). I have long wanted to include Rocketbook pages with my paper disc-bound notebooks. I often print material from online classes I'm taking and put it in disc-bound notebooks (that's not something that can go on a Rocketbook page) and then want to add my own pages, as well, paper and Rocketbook.
This would also solve the issue of having to carry around a bunch of pages I never use e.g. lined pages.
I would love this, with the paper-packs suggested elsewhere - basically, let me create my planner as I need. The Fusion is ok, but I honestly need more than 1 month's worth to view & plan. Because of the lack of additional months, I have to carry around a Paper planner to track my work functions.
I bought the Panda Rocketbook because of the multiple month & week sheets... But the amount of motivation & gratitude & what-not at the FRONT of the book made it an instant no-go. I didn't even bother trying it out, as I know (also having ADD) that I need to see my month & week easily - via a Tab or at least have the month at the front.
YES, please! I was hoping the Orbit page packs would be the solution to this, but the "rings" are sealed. BOO! I don't want to carry around multiple packs and keep switching them. That doesn't seem to align with the streamlined ethos of Rocketbook fans! I'd love to be able to put 4 weekly planners, several note pages, and some other templates in one pack. I bought the packs, but wish I the rings were more like binder rings that allowed that level of customization.
I love the idea of pages that can be rearranged. However I dislike discbound notebooks. The metal clasps would be great if they could be opened and closed.
Maybe magnets could work; a small sliver of a magnet attached along the spiral of the notebook so you can pull the pages off the magnet sliver and put them on an empty one. Boom, pages reorganized!
Yes! Let me pick my own pages and reorder them in a way that works for me. The orbit magnets would be great if they opened - giving the best of ring binder functionality with the ease and slim footprint of the magnet. Perhaps different sized rings to suit different needs.
Or a magnetic "spine" with pages that have a magnetic material along the edge. What flexibility that would give! Simply pull a magnetic page away from the spine and place it in another position, or hang it, or....?
This would be a great feature, especially if we could scan the pages with an automatic feed scanner instead of taking a picture of each page.
I think the magnet way is one good route to take for this..
In particular I'm thinking at magnetic black borders.. so you can have something as little as the cloud cards but still attacked to something and detached if needed. Decently strong magnets would be required.. If not on all the border, at the 4 corners but I think a less powerful magnet all around would do it.
Not tested, obviously : )
The ultimate customizability! We could choose/buy the layout pages we want and make a truly useful all-in-one planner/notebook/life system that matches our unique needs. Current Rocketbook offerings either include things I don't want or need; or are missing things I do want/need.
EASY solution is to make a ring binder vs. spiral so we can use pages interchangeably.
A lot of these are great ideas and I'm not sure how the spine is created to be honest. I've used discs in the past with no issue and I've used open/close types as well. I will say this - I'm doing it already. I've bought several of the pages and books and taken out the spine and rearranged and put in a new spine and it is soooooooo tedious. To be able to do this quickly and more efficiently, not to mention be able to just buy packets of the pages I want, would make my life so much easier instead of buying new books every time there's a new page set-up I like better. I'd actually probably buy more because it would become more cost efficient.
I came here to suggest just this very thing! I love the planner book, but not all the pages are relevant to me. I'd also love to buy added pages to be able to beef up certain spaces in the book.
Additionally, I tend to not need all notes, but then need to keep some for longer. If I could migrate the "keepers" forward, that'd help a lot.
I already solve the problem of spiral spring binding. I unwound the spring binder spring; took out the separate pages; applied packing tape applied packing tape over the holes/both sides then punched with a levenger eleven hole punch- now I have pages that I can add to my eleven disk note book- I suggest you get with the eleven disk system- Alternative idea: there are already insertable line blank pages that can be added to Spiral spring binders- created by competitor Five Stars
DIY - I’d been using a disk bound system for a while and once I found Rocketbook it was a natural to combine them. Take whatever Rocketbook, use a craft knife & cut along the spiral binding to remove & give you a straight smooth edge. Then use an Arc paper punch to ‘arc punch’ the individual Rocketbook pages. Use assorted sharpie markers to make your own templates. Voilà!
Yes, removable pages, please! Would be great to be able to reorganize the order of pages to suit as needed. Hope you will add this feature soon :)
I would love to have extra lined, dot-grid, or blank pages to snap into my Panda Planner in the appropriate section instead of needing a second notebook or having to flip back and forth between pages. Great for meeting notes, goal ideas, supply lists, etc.
So much this!!! I Bullet Journal, and would LOVE to be able to grab custom templates for things like the start of each day/week and put them in place so I’m not flipping back and forth all the time.
I have some pages that were ruined and i'd like to purchase individual replacement pages since i only purchased my rocketbook about a week ago...
What I would really like is to be able to purchase extra pages for my Rocket book fusion everlast. Unfortunately after a while the pages seems to be more difficult to write on, which is a BIG downside of the price to pay for a book that is not "everlasting" . Having the possibility to purchase new pages would allow me to keep my book longer (which the whole point of everlasting is to not throwing it away right?)
Count me among those w ADD who looked at the Panda Planner (actually got one, then promptly returned unused) and knew that going thru 15 pages of stuff before seeing my calendar or taking notes = forgetting what the heck I was there for.
Reorganizing pages is the one thing I miss about paper planners.
Or buying "packs" like the Orbit pages to build a planner the way the user needs it (don't need lined pages like a PP noted? Cool, the base set has only 2 & if you wanted more you'd buy a lined pack).
I would love to add pages to the rocket book fusion mini.
I LOVE my Panda planner. I use it for everything. I would love to be able to purchase extra monthly or weekly layout pages and notes pages to add to my planner. There are definitely not enough notes pages for me!
I also would love to combine my rocket pages with my Arc disc bound system. Now that there is a refill packet of filler paper available that is 3 hole punched I wonder if the same refill pages could be made without the holes and we could punch them ourselves to fit the disc system we use? The best of all worlds.
I would like to pick and choose my pages… the spiral bound allows me to move pages around by taking it all apart but if I could just order it with the way I want it, tgst would be better. Page packs great idea but need to be able to personalize it.
I really like the new filler pages that can be used in any notebook. It looks like they have Letter size and I'd really like to see filler pages Executive size.
I would very much like such a solution. It is one thing that frequently annoyes me when working with my Rocketbooks (I use them for several years now).
It is very time consuming but I already convert my rocketbook pages to a disc bound notebook system by releasing them from the coil, trimming the coil edge of the page, then placing a 1 inch strip of self-adhesive laminating paper to the trimmed edge and fold the adhesive in half. The result is about a half an inch space where the adhesive film sticks to itself. Then I use my disc bound punch to create the mushroom type holes. It takes forever but when finished the system is pretty bad ass.
Until Rocketbook, Levenger’s circa system was the only notebook system that ever worked for me because I can organize and move pages. I am committed to prioritizing sustainability in my purchases, so all of that paper has troubled me. When I discovered Rocketbook, I was excited about the reusability. But the fixed nature of the pages didn’t work for me. Like others above, I was able to combine the two elements that matter most to me: I unbound my Everyday Planner and used my Levenger punch to create new holes. Hadn’t thought of the packing tape, but will be using that in the future.
Actually I saw someone hacking this - and I did it, too:
You can open up the spiral by gently using a liter. It makes the plastic at the end formable :-D