Loose, Printable Rocketbook Pages / Paper
Loose leaf Rocketbook pages that can be printed on or otherwise customized by the customer, after purchase. Could be 3-hole punched for use in a binder or disk system.
Planned Physical Product Request Suggested by: Ellen Love • Upvoted: 2 days ago • Comments: 49
No, this isn't going to work because the printers are all so different and will likely cause curling and warping.
What we need is to be able to send our templates to rb so they can print our books and prevent any curling or warping.
Hole punch for existing rocketbooks and offer a spine with it. You can get one at Staples, but a click-it design would be better than the screw in spiral from Staples. Also preprinted packets. The panda planner is nice but their "motivation" takes up too much room.
I am so excited by this development!
Iron Heart Pinkney
This is a great idea, with this I could build custom engineering notebooks for my students and myself so that we could have a digital engineering notebook with their own notes and drawings.
Glenn M Brockett
This could work with laser printers. I am going to try it with some RITR paper, but it doesn't seem to erase as well as the RB paper.
I would absolutely love to be able to print my own reusable template onto erasable paper and even better if we had a Rocketbook binder designed for this (easy to change page order and add/replace pages as needed). This is my single biggest frustration when using my Rocketbook. Right now, my only option is to use permanent marker to design a template, and if I mess up or smudge anything, I've ruined a page. If we can print our own templates (or choose from a catalog of replacements) and replace pages easily, we could organize and maintain our Rocketbook as needed (e.g., when one heavily used template starts warping or ghosting).
I have been able to create a reusable page using one of the free copies Rocketbook provides as a "watermark" or "background" in my template document. I mocked up my template inside the boundaries of the watermark/background, then printed and laminated or stuck into a sheet protector.
The lack of ability to "move" pages around to how I function almost made me skip buying a Rocketbook beyond the basic notebook. I bought a Flip - am returning cuz it's too big, but loved it enough I picked up a Fusion & Panda to compare, for a planner/calendar function.
I do NOT like the layout of the Panda, so I am returning it. Similar to Lynn's comment above, the motivation section is too large & without tabs, I'm flipping through too many pages to get to what I NEED to access - calendar, weekly, & blank pages.
I would love to add rocketbook pages to my disk planner!!
I would love to be able to buy packs of existing sheets with 3 holes so I can create my own book. I don't have a need to print on them. Do you suggest starting another suggestion thread? I've waited a long time for this and would be bummed if the hold-up is waiting for the printing technology. Please advise.
I love my disc planner and would love to incorporate the Rocketbook pages into that. It would reduce the number of notebooks I need to do my work. I would also be able to expand on my custom made templates that way without fear of ruining my Rocketbook.
I would also reccomend Pads - I take copious amounts of notes on legal pads and it would be great to be able to upload those notes
My vote for Disc Bound pages such as Arc From Staples, Tul Discbound from OfficeMax, and Circa from Levenger. My specific desire is for dot grid and lined.
Would love to be able to integrate rocketbook pages into a disc style notebook! Either sell the pages loose or create your own disc starter kit.
Include sizes for standard day planners.
Yes to three ring binder compatible pages!!
However, as a hack in the meantime, I used a wire cutter to clip the end of my spiral binding to add and rearrange pages. I combined my regular rocketbook and Panda to make it more useful for my school stuff. I will eventually add a few more Panda week pages to the mix in order to have a full month of weekly pages. Would also be good to have a whole 6 months of month pages too!
Personally if the size and holes of these loose pages is anything else then the existing format I would not buy it. Thats because i just want to add more pages to my existing notebooks, and this would be a lot easier if the loose pages included a spine you can open an close. It would be great to just be able to choose if you want blank, dotted, lined ol. And possibly the option to order packes of pages for like "Dungons and dragons pack" or "project pack" or "academic pack" wich draw on the pages you already have in other notebooks and planners.
Steven Chen Admin
"Printable erasable pages" (suggested by Unchbo on 2021-11-26), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Make available without hole punching the pages so they can be customized by various planner systems.
Linda L Cameron
Im in Australia so cant get my printed pages punched the same so I would love to be able to buy additional pages that I could then get printed here in Oz. Also 2nd for the legal pad type as Im the same
Actually, I experimented with this yesterday.
I grabbed the online image of Cornell Notes (Orbit) and saved it as a *.PNG. I doubled the resolution and took it into PhotoShop for some sharpening. I adjusted the margins to make sure I had black all around and eliminated the lettering at the top of the page.
Printing was fine, but I noticed that with 22 pound paper, it wasn't as flat as I would like for phone scanning -- heavier is needed. Pencil on paper would solve the erasing issue. I have a comb binding punch at home, if I decided to continue on.
Interesting project, and I guess I could copy any image of any RocketBook page with its QR block. Not sure what the financial advantage is to RocketBook.
I would be very excited about the option to use Rocketbook pages in a binder. We are looking for a sustainable way to replace paper note-taking at our company, but since the templates change periodically, the full notebooks aren't a great solution for us. Our staff is currently forced to print and recycle hundreds of pages a week. Being able to use the wipeable Rocketbook pages for templates and just replace single pages to make changes to templates would be a game-changer for us to switch to paperless.
Katherine 🤸♀️ Garrah
For me, loose leaf would allow me to organize my notes by project until I’m ready to upload them to One Note. Currently having to flip back and forth, keep segments of started notes 3/4 of the way through a cleaned up RocketBook adds so much more mental work than just flipping pages in continuity.
If users uploaded every single page when the page was full, there’d be no need to have multiple RocketBooks with multiple pages. Loose leaf would allow a user to better organize in the physical world in preparation for uploading to the digital.
I imagine that the logistics of filling orders for customized notebooks ... where RB has to put it all together, etc,. is a bit more involved than just selling certain pages as "sets" ... or even individually .... for me, I don't have any use for any of the "motivational" and goal-setting pages which keeps me from ordering most of the planners ..... seems as if it would be easier to sell pages "a la carte", as it were, than whole, customized notebooks. Now that I have one in each size, I would just be interested in some specific pages to add to my current books.
I would live customizable pages where if I send in a design I can pay for Rocketbook to print the pages or a whole customizable notebook.
This would definitely be a staple in the Rocketbook arsenal. Rocketbook wouldn't be complete without this one in particular. Rocket book not only has a presence but would also become a presence in other localities. In other organizers, in other custom shaped systems, for home schoolers, artists, inventors, real estate agents, coaches, wedding planers, and so on.
This one will be part of Rocketbook's flagship.
This one needs to happen!
I would purchase extra pages to replace and add more pages to my book to adapt my book more
As a physician my office goes through hundreds of reams of paper only to get tossed in shredder. Information on this could be uploaded to our EMR and reused to save thousands of dollars a year on paper. Unfortunately in health care we still use a ton of fax and this could be great
Steven Chen Admin
"Page Inserts For Custom Layout and Versitility" (suggested by Catie on 2022-02-23), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Steven Chen Admin
"Printable pages for doctor office" (suggested by Cody on 2022-02-22), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Steven Chen Admin
"Ability to purchase separate/refill pages" (suggested by Bethan on 2022-02-21), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
I liked the Panda Planner, but my ADD said "15 pages BEFORE I'm able to write on a calendar or note page?? Pfft what was I going to put down??"
I want to be able to reorganize my RB the same as I can those annual paper planners. Disk or small 3ring, please.
D A Warfield
These woud be FABULOUS for a disk system notebook. I use a disk system and having rocketbook pages would work tremendously.
Thank you for planning such.
Yes! Please offer loose, printable BLANK Rocketbook pages or paper! I'm a nurse and use my Rocketbook notebook for my brains to organize my shift. I would love to print separate brains onto BLANK Rocketbook papers. I don't upload the brains to the app because I don't save pt information; therefore, I don't need any of the Rocketbook app logos on the paper. I don't even need the Title header. I want to print a brain onto Rocketbook paper to erase it at the end of the shift without erasing the template. I would love blank Rocketbook paper to print brain templates/forms I can organize and modify from my computer vs. rewriting the templates each shift. Every hospital should consider printing their brains on blank Rocketbook paper vs. the reams and reams of paper they go through to print various brains for each department. Aside from reducing paper usage, they could also reduce the cost of printing AND shredding.
Steven Chen Admin
"Printable Lined Paper with Title and Date Box" (suggested by Erin Watson on 2022-03-29), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
GREAT to see this released! Will you include Blank pages?
Yes! Unpunched or punched for Discbound systems also!!!!!! In Letter and Executive sizes! Would love to incorporate Rocketbook loose leaf into my existing Discbound planners and notebooks!!!!
I want executive size of the lines for binders.
A disc-bound notebook compatible page, with smaller icons, would be awesome. Disc-bound in both 8.5" X 11" and 7" x 9.25" ('happy" planner compatible) would be even better. I use a mix of paper and rocketbook and would love to be able to arrange and carry a single disc-bound notebook for both!
Jackie Dianne Haven
would love to get these loose-leaf pages in the smaller notebook size page (& even mini size—I would do index cards but I think they are only lined on 1 side)—don’t have to have holes punched either because I’m gonna use on a clipboard at work and clip-style picture frame in home office for the mini
I love this idea. I can think of so many different applications in my industry, facilities and property management, that would make a huge difference to obscene amounts of paperwork that are ultimately scanned in and shredded anyway.
I think the real unique selling point would be that it is erasable. I know there are printable templates but they defeat the purpose as they’re on standard paper and really only serve to test out the App and cloud storage functionalities.
I think the best option would be an online Editor or import PDF feature and then Rocketbook can print and ship. I also like an earlier comment about ‘Pro’ options and as this would be primarily business or enterprise, it’s absolutely reasonable to charge that premium for it.
Having said this, I think pricing would need careful consideration to ensure it’s not cost prohibitive, or to ensure that indirect competitor solutions (like Apps/tablets/SaaS/etc.) don’t offer better value.
I know you just released loose leaf binder pages, but I'd like an option for discbound pages and executive size.
I saw that letter size is out! Just need executive size now.
I have cut out a page of my core to test it as I suspected it might warp going through the printer and as long as you do not print twice (I was as I was also trying to work out dimensions!) the first print always came out nicely. I would be VERY keen to have this update with blank pages as I have the panda planner but as many have said above, there is components I do not use and other things I would like in place and to be able to customise notebooks for work etc would take this to the next level of awesome!
I have a TUL disk planner and would LOVE to be able to use my hole punch and be able to put my own rocket paper into my existing system!!!
additional pages for the fusion book would be great! Even if we can mix and match (IE I may want more than one monthly view and maybe 4 weeks vs 2 plus more note pages)
This is exciting. Can we design custom pages? What about estimating pages for contractors?
I read all of the above suggestions and I highly agree with most of them.
Can you ...
1. Let us create our own loose leaf pages to be printed by Rocketbook just like Ayrton said - an online editor or import pdf feature then you can print and ship it to us.
2. Make a5 size refillable loose leaf paper too. I like that you start selling loose leaf refill but it is only in a size similar to A4 and it's too big for me.
3. Allow other sizes too like A5/b5 or A6/b6 or something similar to those sizes I mentioned for loose leaf paper.
4. Make an unpunched loose leaf refill so that users have the flexibility to punch it according to their liking when they received it? Example - there are different sizes of discbound holes depending on brand and there are x # of holes in a binder notebook so the flexibility of having the users punch the sides could be very helpful. I just don't know if it might affect the app when scanning.
Thank you for listening and considering our suggestions.
Possibly this could be done through a print on demand service ?