Yesterday, I posted asking you guys what you suggested using for digital notes: Evernote or OneNote.
After reading your responses and playing around with both apps for a while, I decided OneNote would probably work best for me. I like the hierarchy, modification options and all around aesthetic and functionality of OneNote more.
So, I decided for the next semester, I will use OneNote for my finalised digital lecture & textbook notes. So, I set up a notebook titled “Classes’ and created sections for each class I’m taking this semester. Once the semester begins, each lecture and corresponding chapter(s) will be one page. I feel like this is way more organised than keeping endless folders of word files, so I’m excited to see how it works out. Pictured above are screenshots of how OneNote looks on my 3 primary devices: my laptop, iPad and phone.
All in all, I haven’t actually used OneNote for my notes yet, but from what I’ve seen so far I think it’s definitely worth looking into for anyone who likes to type up their notes.