4 Fulfilling Filler Paper Use Cases

July 07, 2022 4 min read

Say goodbye to the coil.

The infamous spiral coil. It’s what keeps the pages of a notebook together, but it can also keep a notebook from reaching its full potential. Enter: Rocketbook Reusable Filler Paper! Packs of loose leaf Rocketbook paper can be ordered any way you want in any 3-ring binder. Gone are the days of uncoiling your Rocketbook and reordering the pages. Life-changing, right?

  

 

What is Filler Paper?

Rocketbook Reusable Filler Paper finally gives you the power to organize notes any way you’d like with the familiar freedom of loose leaf. Unlike regular loose leaf–which hasn’t been updated in decades–our pages are smart enough to digitize your notes (just like all Rocketbook notebooks do). Our erasable and scannable filler paper is compatible with any 3-ring binder, and comes in lined (college and wide ruled), dot-grid, and graph paper.

Choose from our Starter Pack, Variety Pack, or Expansion Pack to get exactly what you need:

  • Starter Pack: 18 sheets of lined paper, in college ruled or wide ruled.
  • Variety Pack: 18 sheets of lined, dot-grid, and graph paper, in college ruled or wide ruled.
  • Expansion Pack: 10 sheets of paper, choose between dot-grid, graph, lined (college), or lined (wide).

 

 

How to Use Filler Paper

Fill any 3-ring binder with 18 sheets (or more) of hole-punched Filler Paper. Then remove, add, or rearrange pages as your note taking heart desires.

To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of use cases for each Filler Paper page type:

  1. Personal Journal
  2. Multi Subject Binder
  3. All-in-One Work Binder
  4. Frankenbook (feat. Filler Paper)

 

 

1. Personal Journal

Create the ultimate personalized journal for yourself using Filler Paper. It can be a planner, a habit tracker, a journal, and a place for to-do lists, all in one spot. The possibilities here are truly infinite (y’know–because they’re erasable).

Lined Pages:

Use the lined pages for a morning journal. Write down how you’re feeling to start the day, along with a few things you’re grateful for.

Graph Paper

Use the graph paper to create your own habit tracking grid, coloring in each box for every day you accomplish the habit. Some daily habits to track are studying, doing random acts of kindness, or writing 100 words of your novel.

Dot-Grid Paper

Use the grid as a guide for creating a custom bujo template for detailed journaling. There are so many possibilities for bullet journaling–try creating a “Future Log” to track future events such as paying bills and going to doctor appointments.

 

 

2. Multi Subject Binder

Filler Paper can be used to create a customized multi-subject binder for school. Keep notes for every class in one binder, in whatever custom order you want.

Lined Pages

Use the lined pages for your history or English classes for writing exercises, class notes, and rough drafts of papers.

Graph Paper

Use the graph paper pages for math class, using the paper as a guide to creating graphs and plots to solve problems.

Dot-Grid Paper

Use the dot-grid pages for an art class or a science class; sketch out art class designs, or sketch diagrams of organisms for science class.

Rocketbook Pro-Tip: Use tabs or sticky notes to separate your notes into sections based on subject.

 

 

3. All-in-One Work Binder

If you prefer to keep track of work notes and calendars by hand, you can do it all in one binder with Filler Paper. Use all three page types to write meeting notes, create a custom planning template, and make a space for project brainstorming.

Lined Pages

Use the lined pages for meeting notes–create your own meeting notes template, or write freehand notes to upload to the cloud and share with coworkers later.

Graph Paper

Use graph paper to create a custom planner for your work week. The graph paper is the perfect guide to making a planning template where you can fill in any to-do’s, meetings, and project deadlines.

Dot-Grid Paper

Use the dot-grid pages as a section for brainstorming–need ideas for an upcoming project or campaign? Create a mind map on the dot-grid pages to get all your thoughts in one place.

 

 

4. Frankenbook (feat. Filler Paper)

Combine lined, dot-grid, and graph filler paper pages with pages removed from other Rocketbook notebooks that you own. Filler Paper + pages from other Rocketbook notebooks = the most versatile Frankenbook yet.

Warning: For Extreme Users Only

Take pages out of other Rocketbook notebooks to add to your Filler Paper Frankenbook. For example, if you enjoy a specific template from your Panda Planner, you can remove some of those pages and add them to your binder along with the rest of your Filler Paper pages.

When it comes to removing pages from your other Rocketbook notebooks, uncoil at your own risk–this isn’t for the faint of heart. 

 

 

Filler Paper Party

We hope our list of use cases fulfilled your expectations. Now is the time to free your notes from the constraints of a binding and make a Rocketbook notebook that’s uniquely yours. Filler Paper not only replaces wasteful single-use paper, but it adds the element of easy digitization (thanks to the free Rocketbook app) to decrease clutter and increase efficiency.

Want to start customizing the way you take and rearrange your notes? Check out Filler Paper here.


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