So… You think you can handle the most extreme Rocketbook hacks? The hacks that — if pulled off correctly — could up your productivity game into the stratosphere. The hacks that could propel your evolution from a “pretty organized person” to Supreme Organizer of the Planet Earth (S.O.P.E. — is that an acronym people use?).
Well, we appreciate the confidence. But with each great hack, comes great risk. These Rocketbook hacks are not for the faint of heart. These hacks could (literally) damage your Rocketbook notebooks forever, if not managed with the utmost skill and care.
You’re still interested? Impressive. But proceed with caution:
The Hack: Beacons are our restickable and reusable triangles that safely convert any workplace into a smartboard with just a quick scan. Dare to cut and place orange highlighter tape on the corners of the surface you’re scanning. The risk will pay off, as you’ll have home-made Beacons in minutes (even though ours are still pretty awesome, and restickable).
Check out how Brian Friedlander, a home-made Beacons boss, easily transforms his index cards into scannable study tools:
This hack serves any brave souls who have a surface that needs to be scanned and the courage to try something new. Big or small, as long as it’s flat, your home-made Beacons will capture it.
The Hack: As effective as a damp cloth or our spray bottles can be for erasing a whole page, they’re not as great for erasing small details.Use a waterbrush to wipe away small mistakes. It’s a daring endeavor, but it’s an easier method for taking care of little stumbles in your Rocketbook notebook.
Take a look at Devon Peavler, Rocketbook Pro, using their waterbrush to adjust and update their weekly meeting schedule.
This hack is for those who are a bit more dangerous and a bit more detail oriented. Our perfectionists or our editors. It’s also for those who just need to keep information up to date.
The Hack: Label the different sections of your Rocketbook notebook using stick-on binder tabs so you can sit back and thumb through your notebook with ease. Binder tabs are a classic in the world of organization, but that same status doesn’t hold in the Rocketbook notebook universe. Make worlds collide with this quick tip.
Feast your eyes on Dan Hogue, Rocketbook rebel, shows how he upgrades his organization with binder tabs.
This hack is not for those who want to keep their Rocketbook notebooks in the exact condition they purchased them. Every tab is a risk, and the price paid is a centimeter of Rocketbook notebook page lost. But, for those confident in their notebook set-up, these small tabs can change the game when it comes to finding the right notes at the right time.
The Hack: Simply leave your Rocketbook notebook out, and your pet will do the rest. This hack won’t require much, other than a cat with a good taste in notebooks, a yearning for a nap or bath, and a renegade owner.
Take a look at Molly Jean, Rocketbook’s #1 feline fan, lounging on her favorite Rocketbook notebook.
When most people think of a Rocketbook user they may think of a hard working student in school, or a teacher with class notes to scan, or a young entrepreneur who wouldn’t feel right with just some regular notebook. This hack is not for those people. In fact, it’s not for people at all. It’s for our four-legged and fearless Rocketbook fans.
We hope you and your Rocketbook come out of this blog unscathed, and with luck, a bit more productive. Rocketbook doesn’t offer a line of band-aids, rubbing alcohol or pats-on-the-back for those whose hacks didn’t go as planned, though clean Microfiber towels can double as tissues to dry your tears. These hacks are not for everyone! So proceed with caution and good luck Rocketbook daredevils!
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